13. Super Pokémon Rumble
The good: All Pokémon from all regions can be obtained, challenging, many battle modes during the story line.
The bad: Mii’s have useless scenario’s, the Pokémon look stupid, concept looks way to simular to the old WiiWare version, only 1 mode on title screen.
Super Pokémon Rumble (or Pokémon Rumble Blast in America, or Super Pokémon Scramble in Japan), can be amusing for people unknown to Pokémon Rumble for Nintendo WiiWare.
But how about the people already known to it, and eventually have beaten it?
These people will know what to do, what to expect, how to play, etc., but new people would see a pattern quite soon as well.
You enter a level, knock down all Pokémon, shoot yourself to the next level through some kind of slingshot, repeat until you get to the boss, beat the boss, get away through the trampoline, and view your collected Pokémon toys.
Well, the beginning is a bit more interesting.
It starts off with you being a Pikachu, giving you some instructions on this game, obtain Tsutaaja, Pokabu, and Mijumaru (the 3 starters from Pokémon Black and White), and finally attempt fighting a Zekrom, which is unbeatable, and you’ll end up falling down to earth.
The other stuff are simple, you only need to visit every town, look at the scenario, eventually heal yourself at the fontain, so to Area’s within Worlds 1-1, 1-2, 1-3, 1-4, 2-1, 2-2, etc., do whatever I told you to do before, and every World ends with a stadium, like Battle Royale, Team Match, or simular stuff like that.
Every major world ends with a Tournament, though.
Something totally new is some kind of Tournament I forgot how it was called.
It’s all about having your existing team with you, and run through the other team, by just bashing the A button as fast as you can.
Warning, smashing one team doesn’t mean you’ve won.
Actually, there are more teams, and this mode was unavailable in the WiiWare, so that’s a good thing.
The game’s concept was original on WiiWare, but the 3DS version is almost the same thing, and that takes away some originality.
Just due to that, we can’t give it a good score, though.
Oh well, just Gonna Catch…uhm…Obtain…no wait…oh yeah…Destroy ‘em All!