The first 3D Pokemon battle is on! Pokemon Rumble Blast lets you release the powers of your Pokemon in fast-paced competition created just for the 3DS. Journey through worlds filled with over 600 Toy Pokemon, including monsters from Pokemon Black, and Pokemon White. Switch between Pokemon easily, depending on which ones you want to send into a battle. You can boost your chances of befriending defeated Pokemon by wirelessly teaming with a friend to explore. In addition to that, you can also collect, and battle together. Their are also challenge other players with StreetPass. You can experience new battles in new Charge Battle and Team Battle Modes, face giant bosses. Lets see if you can be the last Pokemon standing after a Battle Roy ale.
This is a sequel to 2009′s WiiWare title, Rumble Blast shares the basic idea of its predecessor. The game is namely taking toy versions of Pokemon into battle in a miniature adventure/beat ‘am up. You basically wield your army of toy monsters. You get to mash A through level after level of Pokemon-filled areas. You have to defeat all of the areas in a field opens up a Battle Roy ale arena.
Where you must defeat all of the Pokemon present within the time limit to progress. You have to defeat them all to be crowned the Battle Roy ale Champion. That is the main preview about what I said about the game.
The button mashing in the game through each level is really fun than you know. In addition to that there’s just not enough depth to it all. Some Pokemon still have the advantage other others. You going to have to keep a watch on your toys, and switch them out before their health bar drops too low if you don’t want to lose them. But is a very good take you need to keep in mind when playing the the game. The levels that are in the game are far too short. But, you can honestly run right by any attacking Pokemon when you please. The game is very simple, and very fun to give a big try.
But the gorgeous 3D representations showcased in Pokemon 3D, make it look awful. Some people found it hard to swallow a full retail release once again making use of the junky designs first showcased in Pokemon Ranch. But having the ability to capture over 600 over different kinds of Pokemon from all the generations of games is awesome. Some people would have much rather it been limited to fewer monsters that actually looked liked they were supposed to. Some of them are cute, and more than passable. But to add on to that, they don’t come close to reaching the level of excellence I’d like to expect from a Pokemon-branded game. Some things, like the use of Miis and the well implemented 3D effect, which turned out delightful. But as an overall package, Rumble Blast just doesn’t stack up.
The boss fights in the game are particularly inane. For example, almost all of them follow the exact same structure and pattern. You can summon small assistants, charge up for a big attack, and then charge up, and gain momentary invincibility for a really big attack. You can bring down bosses easily by getting out of the way when they charge up, which would allow you to attack from the back. I would prefer that you use a skill with multiple hits. This game does not require fast reflexes, and thinking. The theme fight might not seem like their not interesting. But the game is very fun and exciting when you first play it.
Pokemon Rumble Blast is an excellent game. You don’t need to be a fan of Pokemon to like this game. The 3D graphics were amazing in the game. You can reset the game thereby erasing the former renter’s data. To do so you might want to hold AYBX when starting the game, but when the title has displayed release the buttons, and you will get a message asking if you want to delete your data. Now you are ready to begin your adventure to start the game. If you like Pokemon mystery dungeon you will like this game. I would recommend this game to Pokemon fans out there.