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Gameboy Pokemon Trading Card Game

Pokemon Trading Card Game



Developer: Hudson Soft

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said at July 17, 2008 at 3:14 pm:

its alright

said at April 16, 2008 at 9:40 am:

I was and still am addicted to this game. The map isn't really big at all, but the game isn't really about a journey. It's about learning how to play the actual Trading Card Game. After playing this, I got a better understanding of how to play the actual Trading Card Game in person. The rules don't change. At first it might seem complicated, but in the beginning this game goes through a tutorial of sorts and helps you understand what's going on and what to do. I'd definitely reccomend it - heck, I still play it...and this was made for Gameboy Color! There's no need for it to be made for anything else - although now that I think about it, a version for the DS might be a really great idea.

I'd buy it <3

said at April 13, 2008 at 10:27 pm:

Liked this a lot.

The only aspect of cards I could get into.

said at April 8, 2008 at 10:18 pm:

"Safer" and "Cheaper" are far from many of the great features that you will find in the Pokemon Trading Card Game for the Game Boy Color. Using a system featuring the cards around the era of Pokemon Red and Blue, you embark on a journey to beat the Elite Four of cards and compile your own deck. Being able to create multiple decks and switch them out on a whim is a great feature, however, the Pokemon Trading Card Game allowed you to end the game and resume at *any* time! This was one of the greatest features of the game during this time. Even in its dormant state, it would keep your data saved until you came back!

said at April 4, 2008 at 3:46 pm:

Interesting game with an actual storyline somehow. Much safer and cheaper than actual card game.



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