My favorite game out of the PKMN franchise! All of the Pokemon, fierce or cute, are morphed into petite, adorable Pokemon wind up toys! After that, you battle different Pokemon at different stages, recruiting some as you go along. This was so fun to play! I really, really hope that the sequel would be as good!
Pokemon Rumble is definitely not a title with a strong appeal. Banal background that leads inexorably to a repetitive gameplay, combined with the simplification or the absence of some key aspects of this genre of games, such as the growth of the Pokemon, makes Pokemon Rumble a disappointing WiiWare.
What it didn't factor into the design is that kleptomaniacs rarely bother collecting items without emotional gravitas, and this oversight becomes immediately obvious when you compare Rumble to its source material. [Jan 2010, p.98]
One of my favorite offshoot pokemon series, pokemon rumble was a great pokemon game overall that kept me entertained for quite a few hours. I had so much fun playing with my sister and going through the different levels. A great game overall.
I have to give it a good score, because it's good. Have you noticed how almost all of the games and movies directed towards kids get bad reviews? That's because ADULTS are writing reviews for KID material, almost all of which does not apply to them or is beneath/behind them. Well, i'm a kid, and i can tell you that this game is awesome. The core gameplay is somewhat simple, and it gets a tiny bit repetitive, but this only helps the game along. At first it seems like the game will be really short. There are six "dungeons" plus a battle royale on each level, and there are four levels. However, within each dungeon, there are four floors, each with around one hundred pokemon on it. However, when you beat the fourth floor, there is also a boss pokemon. There are four levels, or ranks. C,B,A,S. When you beat S you unlock a new gamemode that is exactly the same stages only filed with Sinnoh pokemon as opposed to the prior Kanto. When you beat that, you unlock another gamemode. Figure the third one out when you get the game. $15 isn't very much, and whether this game is worth it or not, you won't really otice that you're $15 short. The controls are great, the graphics are wonderful, the game is fast with no lag, and there is no story. But the lack of a story just helps. basically, this game is fun to all pokemon fans, all fans of collecting, all fans of catching em all, all gauntlet fans, and all 100V1 fans. But that is the specific target audience. You could still like it even if you are not one of these things.
Pokemon Rumble is the second Pokemon spin-off released for WiiWare. The game-play of the game is a big change from previous games. The player control toy Pokemon as they battle other toy Pokemon in a series of linear dungeons and enclosed arenas. The game uses a Wii Remote held sideways. The player starts off with a low-level Pokemon with only one attack at their disposal. By battling wild Pokemon through a number of levels the player collects coins which can be used to buy new attacks or recruit more Pokemon. When the player obtains a high enough level Pokemon, the doors to the Battle Royale room open, where they take on dozens of Pokemon at a time in an enclosed arena. The player must defeat all of the Pokemon in order to rank up, eventually facing much stronger and even Legendary Pokemon. Although it is a nice change to see in a Pokemon game it is not enough to consider it a decent game. The graphics aren't well polished, the game-play is too repetitive and Ambrella was being lazy whilst developing the game. The game does a good enough job to give a decent amount of fun, but ultimately this wasn't one of the great Pokemon games.
Pokémon Rumble is an interesting experience, it looks like a Pokémon Mystery Dungeon but with more focus on action and... that's it. Pokémon Rumble is a very repetitive game. The game is simple: go to a stage, find a Pokémon with power level X and beat 'em up some other Pokémon. The game gets repetitive after a while, since the game re-uses the stages but replaces the enemies. The game is very easy, you can beat it in 1 hour. The game, however, it is fun with a friend or two, or three! Nintendo knows how to make fun games to everyone, but if you are going to play it alone then it gets boring really fast.
Summary[WiiWare] Available exclusively for the WiiWare service, Pokémon Rumble is an action game in which you control Toy Pokémon (referred to as "Pokémon") and take on wave after wave of other Pokémon in a variety of stages. You can befriend some of the defeated Pokémon along the way, which lets you add them to your collection and grants you ...