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Pokemon: Black Version - Nintendo DS Standard Edition

Platform : Nintendo DS
Rated: Everyone

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Game Information

  • Platform:   Nintendo DS
  • ESRB Rating: Everyone Everyone
  • Media: Video Game
  • Item Quantity: 1

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Pokemon: Black Version - Nintendo DS Standard Edition + Pokemon Black Version 2 - Nintendo DS Standard Edition
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Product Details

  • ASIN: B004EW2PC6
  • Product Dimensions: 13.7 x 11.7 x 1.8 cm
  • Release Date: March 6 2011
  • Average Customer Review: 4.6 out of 5 stars  See all reviews (28 customer reviews)
  • Amazon Bestsellers Rank: #330 in Computer and Video Games (See Top 100 in Computer and Video Games)

Product Description

Pokémon Black Version and Pokémon White Version feature new Pokémon that players can catch, train and battle as they progress through the game, and some Pokémon can only be caught in one version of the game. For example, the Legendary Pokémon Reshiram can only be caught in Pokémon Black Version, while the Legendary Pokémon Zekrom can only be caught in Pokémon White Version. Additionally, the two games feature different areas for the first time in the series, with the game world of Pokémon Black Version featuring a unique metropolitan area called Black City, and a lush, green area named White Forest only found in Pokémon White Version. Pokémon Black Version and Pokémon White Version also mark the first time in a Pokémon video game that the seasons will change in the game world. Certain Pokémon appear more frequently during different seasons, and players can only access some areas during a specific season. Pokémon Black Version and Pokémon White Version let players start with one of three new Starter Pokémon - the Grass-type Snivy, the Fire-type Tepig or the Water-type Oshawott. Until the main story of the game is complete, every Pokémon that players encounter will have never been seen before in previous Pokémon games. The games also feature original boy and girl trainers who set out on an adventure in the new Unova region.


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1 of 1 people found the following review helpful By That-One TOP 1000 REVIEWER on May 4 2011
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It's my first review, so I'm warning it may or may not contain SPOILERS:

I have to say I was seriously impressed with this new Pokemon game. I've been playing them since Gameboy Colour, and the last generation before Black & White just didn't seem to have much in the way of improvements or changes than the generation directly before it...but with Black, there was so many good new changes, improvements, additions, and a really good story that it seemed to bring back a "new-ness" the same way the Advanced generation seemed to. Black still has the same Pokemon-catching/battling system as before, but they've added unique battle modes like Triple Battles, and online battles against people from around the world.

One thing that was a huge improvement in my opinion was the way they revamped the TM/HM system. For all the "collector" types out there that like not just catching and keeping 1 of every Pokemon, but also want to always save a TM just in case you use it and then want/need it later - they've fixed that. Any TM you get, you can use over and over, just like an HM. Now the only difference is that HMs are still permanent, but TMs aren't, so you could (in theory) teach a move to a Pokemon just for a battle, then get rid of it when a new move comes in, and even give it back the same move later....Or teach several Pokemon the same move. Also, when it comes to HMs, it's great that for the most part, for most of the story you no longer have to always keep a couple extra Pokemon with you just to keep some who know a certain HM-move, or use up a slot on one of your main Pokemon's moves with an HM you may not like, because now (from what I've seen in the first 20 hours of the game so far) most of the HMs are used for kind of extra areas to get extra items, etc.
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1 of 1 people found the following review helpful By Amazon Customer on Oct. 28 2011
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I bought Black/White to play with my boyfriend. So far I'm 30 hours in, and still have a decent amount of game left to play! This is definitely giving a lot of content for you buck. It's of course in the typical Pokemon style, where you start out with your Pokemon and beat all the gyms to make it to the elite.

If you like the Pokemon games, and have some time to kill, pick this one up!
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I picked up this game after a couple years of skipping Pokémon purchases, and to my surprise I was impressed by the change. The sprites in this version aren't stagnant and actually move about on the battle field. Sadly, they removed the mechanic from Heart Gold and Soul Silver that enabled your Pokémon to follow you. The story isn't anything special, but is an accepted change. After a good play-through of the game I felt as if something was missing, and surely enough a "part two" was released the year after with a continued story and a slightly different look once again. I would recommend picking this game up solely because it's another installment in the series, but if you don't care about the story then you may as well just pick up Pokémon White/Black 2 and save yourself an adventure.
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I have to say that this is one of the most amazing Pokemon games ever! Why didn't the Pokemon Company think of animated sprites in the first place? When I got both versions, I was completely flabbergasted when every sprite was in motion. This game is so much better than other Pokemon games!

Though, to be honest, there are some Pokemon that don't fit in but are leaving a message. Some Pokemon like Abra, Kadabra and Alakazam are one of them which are magician's words. Ekans in reverse is snake (obviously). One of the creepiest infos that you can find in are in the Ghost-type Pokemon. (Seriously, they're really creepy if ya ask me.)
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By Sam Belley TOP 1000 REVIEWER on Dec 6 2011
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Nice game, simple, better visuals than previous Pokemon but could be prettier/smoother. Doesn't betray classic game play. I will continue to purchase games in the Pokemon series based on the game play from this game.

Game play is sexist and leans to conservative views. A game focused on meeting new people and understanding their points of view also focused on an ideology that the player's superiors/elders are right and everyone else is just a criminal or mistaken in their point of view. This is funny for an adult playing... but also kind of annoying.
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1 of 1 people found the following review helpful By Eugene Martin on Dec 5 2014
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Game arrived as advertised, brand new and sealed, in excellent condition. Arrived quicker than expected. Fantastic! Now to catch 'em all!
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I bought Black/White to play with my boyfriend. So far I'm 30 hours in, and still have a decent amount of game left to play! This is definitely giving a lot of content for you buck. It's of course in the typical Pokemon style, where you start out with your Pokemon and beat all the gyms to make it to the elite.

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Play with someone and its a great experience. My brother and I played these together, I already had white and black 2.
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