Pokémon Rumble U is designed to keep you locked in and coming back for more. It’s a harmless diversion with a built in sense of accomplishment that I may not fully endorse (I’m not about to hunt down all 18 of the NFC figurines), but I certainly can appreciate the fun here.
very fun and simple game to play with a bunch of people. a little costly but the core game play stays the same as the others in this series. love the new toy pop mode where you can see how rare the Pokemon toys you got are. one downfall did not have the same exploration mode as past games.
Pokémon Rumble U is extremely simplistic and repetitive, however it manages to be fun for the few hours needed to get to the end. Completists will need lot of patience and luck to get everything; kids will have fun regardless.
Once you get your head around whats going on the busy screen its good fun. It's a little simple in terms of game play, but that's not always a bad thing. Maybe a little pricey in terms of value for money though.
The lack of a shop to sell the Pokemon makes the game incomplete. The worst thing is that it is very repetitive by using only two buttons. It would be better to use at least the 4 buttons for the game to become less boring. The positive thing about this game is that it contains enough levels though they are similar and that this game can enjoy better playing it with friends or family and itit would be better to have an online mode where you can fight against other people. Although it shows that the developers did not put much effort into this game, you can enjoy when you have free time.
A charming game that'll appeal to fans of the series especially the original game. Rumble U centers around arena matches with fixed opponents differing to the usual 'fight through the level' style used previously (although resembling the Battle Royale matches of the original). Rumble U also makes use of the Wii U Pad's NFC features, enabling the player to buy and use the figures in-game. Although I adore having the figures, they tend to be very over-powered (especially the Kyurem figures bundled with the special edition).
Basically, if you enjoyed the Battle Royale of the original, or maybe liked the figures from Skylanders, you'll enjoy this (although it may get repetitive).
If you're looking for some sort of story, turn to the 3DS version.
SummaryPokemon Rumble U is the tale of a great adventure featuring Toy Pokemon, beginning when a delivery of Toy Pokemon is swept down a river and washes up on a strange riverbank. Our bewildered Pokemon heroes set out to find their way back to the Toy Pokemon Shop. Along the way they discover all is not right. Players will learn why some of th...