Pokemon Black Version 2
Pokémon Black DS / 3DS Game Emulator
Ever since the first Pokemon games for Game Boy were released, I’ve been hooked. I’ve won each Pokemon with the exception of Green, which is too difficult to hurt. I was so excited when it was first announced that the developer would release the second version of Black and White. I didn’t even have a clue about what was to come, which turned out to be something greater than the first version.
Pokemon Black V2 Game
Pokemon Black Version 2 Gameplay
Like many other Pokemon games, this version also follows the same trend in gameplay. There are three starters and you have to catch a Pokemon, hone your trainer’s skills, beat the eight Gym Leaders, win over the bad guys, and beat the Elite Four. However, I like the reward system that uses medals. It makes the game more fun and motivating.
This is a perfect 10 out of 10 for me. The story is placed two years after the first version. This is why there are considerable changes in the setting, with different towns and new places included in the game. The game also has a great start, unlike what happened with the first Pokemon Black and White games. You wouldn’t encounter Patrat and Lillipup at the start of the game, that’s an assurance. Instead, the starters include the Pokemon picked out from different generations. I won’t reveal much so you will still have a lot to discover with the game. What the first version of the game failed to have, this game has made up for them. You might also totally enjoy Team Plasma.
Pokemon Black Version 2 Graphics
This is another perfect 10 for me. Improving the graphics of every new game that comes out seems to be the trend for Pokemon games. This version has more details added to its graphics plus it already incorporated texture and 3D effects. It’s also nice to watch new moves and improved characters on your device’s screen. You can also explore the cities and take in the scenery and landscapes.
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The developer gave the game a great sound. Every time you hear the music used in this version, you would likely flashback to the times when you played previous Pokemon games. There are also a lot of emotions that the music evokes such as happiness, sadness, fear, excitement, thrill, and more. This is the kind of music that would be hard to forget even after several game generations have passed. If your health deteriorates, the sound also changes with it. The sound effects are pretty amazing too.
The game’s duration is just right. Since you will be rewarded in a medal system, it keeps you motivated and focused on finishing the game. The storyline is quite long and there are more things to the game than just the main plot. There are features that allow you to train a Pokemon, catch every Pokemon in the game, fight in the Pokemon World Tournament, challenge your enemies in the Battle Subway, finish the Black Tower and White Treehollow, participate in the training by Yancy/Curtis, construct Join Avenue, star in a musical, finish a movie, get medals, go to the ruins, and so much more.
Pokemon Black Version 2 Replayability
This is just a 7 for me because despite the storyline being interesting, it might be too much to play the game again once you have used your old Pokemon in this game, finished other activities, and completed your Pokedex. But once you have transferred your old game to a new game later, this Black version 2 might be worth playing again.
Pokemon Black Version 2 Review Conclusion
I love this game! The developer did a good job with their first ever Pokemon sequel. Even if other people might say that we’re only wasting our money, it’s still worth the pleasure of finishing this game. You might have to pay $40 for it but you will also get 200 hours of gameplay from it.