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|Game Name:||Pokémon Mystery Dungeon: Explorers of Darkness||Platform:||Nintendo DS|
Following the lead of Nintendo's earlier Mystery Dungeon games, Explorers of Darkness transports DS gamers to a land before humans where, instead of playing as a trainer, they take the first-hand role of a pocket monster. In the beginning of the game, players answer a series of questions to help them decide which Pokémon to play as. The role-playing adventure involves befriending other Pokémon and exploring randomly generated dungeons where enemies and treasure await.
As is tradition for Pokémon handheld games, Pokémon Mystery Dungeon: Explorers of Darkness is released alongside a companion game, Pokémon Mystery Dungeon: Explorers of Time, which features the same basic story and gameplay with slightly different character choices and quests. Two DS Mystery Dungeon Explorers players can team up through a wireless connection, to trade, text chat, and complete rescue missions together.
|eBay Product ID (ePID)||59136005|
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|Number of Players||1-2|
|Game Name||Pokemon Mystery Dungeon: Explorers of Darkness|
|ESRB Descriptor||Mild Cartoon Violence|
|Game Name Special Features||Become a Pokémon and explore randomly generated dungeons Includes more than 490 Pokémon creatures to discover and battle Help friends and send messages via Nintendo Wi-Fi Connection|
|Game Name Series||Pokemon Mystery Dungeon Series|
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Love the game, amazing as the first 2
The game play was just as engaging as the first 2 games, Red Rescue Team and Blue Rescue Team. The graphics are up to par with the ds, and seeing that now every pokemon has their own image when they talk instead of only the important ones makes it easier to get attached to using more pokemon so their expressions can be seen. I'm sad to see the friend areas go from the first 2 games, as it was cute seeing the pokemon in your team in areas special just for them, and seeing how many of them were needed for a collection. However, the addition of eggs and pokemon wanting to join from side missions adds a whole new way to add to the team. The story bonds you with your partner even more tightly than the first, and the ending to the main story... Good lord can whoever writes the stories for the mystery dungeon games bring out emotions.
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Fast and Reliable
Came in a timely fashion. Game had a user's data on it already, but that was easy to fix by erasing the game data. Now I can relive my childhood again
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Pokemon Mystery Dungeon: Explorers of Darkness
The Mystery Dungeon series is a franchise that's been going on since the days of the Super NES – just recently Sega released a remake of one of the original Mystery Dungeon games: Shiren the Wanderer. The latest version in the series is the second one Chunsoft has made for Nintendo, titled Pokemon Mystery Dungeon: Explorers of Time and Pokemon Mystery Dungeon: Explorers of Darkness. The team created two versions of the same game, and more doesn't necessarily mean better. This sequel isn't much of a step up from the first game in the series, which wasn't all that great to begin with. Mystery Dungeon features a distinct gaming style: it's all about randomly generated dungeons in a turn-based, real-time RPG hybrid design. The whole idea of Mystery Dungeon revolves around working your way through a series of multi-level dungeons, with each floor being generated on the fly when you get there. What this means is, potentially, you'll never see the same floor layout twice if you decide to enter the same dungeon multiple times, but since the dungeons are incredibly basic, tiled and angled layouts it's not that huge of a deal. And many times the dungeon generator will create a level that requires no exploration at all – you'll often find yourself placed in a room where you're standing right next to the exit. For the Pokemon Mystery Dungeon series, players enter the world of Pokemon as a Pokemon itself. The story revolves around discovering who turned you into a Pokemon and why. Just like in the original Pokemon Mystery Dungeon, your persona is decided at the start after you answer a series of questions about your personality. Depending on how you answer the questions, you can end up as a Bulbasaur, Skitty, Piplup, or one of a dozen and a half Pokemon in the game. Once you've landed on a mysterious beach it doesn't take long for another Pokemon to show up and join your team – his appearance is to give your character someone to play off of, and to help out in battle. This Pokemon partner is just as important as your own: if you let him perish in the game, it's just as punishing as if you were the one that failed in the dungeon. Just like the original Pokemon Mystery Dungeon, the core gameplay of the sequel revolves around performing jobs that show up on the message board. These jobs are usually rescues or delivery tasks that require players to enter the same dungeon over and over again. As you accomplish more tasks and knock them off the list, you'll drive the story forward and learn more about the mysteries of Time, Darkness, and why there's a team of jerk Pokemon trying to get in your way.
Far Exceeds Red/Blue By Leaps & Bounds
It's been about a year and a half since the release of PMD Red and Blue, a pair of games that took Pokemon into a whole new direction, from a full-on RPG, to a turn-based strategy/RPG cross, and one that definitely thrilled a good bit of people, including myself. Many people held the new pair of games Darkness and Time in high anticipation, and at long last, it is out. (Well, at least in the one language I can read.) GRAPHICS: Best unrated. I'm never one to give a crap about graphics. (No wonder the PS3 isn't held so high in my mind.) Basically, as long as they aren't complete crap, I'll play anything with good gameplay. SOUND: 10/10 Sounds are quite detailed all around. And, unlike last game, each dungeon has its own music. (Or at least as far as I can tell...a good 20-25 dungeons in) No music is reused. STORY: 10/10 You can barely remember a thing. You wake up on the beach, with no memory. The only thing you're sure of is that you are human. [Partner] is the first to Pokemon to find you, lying on the beach as if recovering from passing out. To your massive disbelief, he points out that you are a Pokemon. You look at yourself, and...you ARE a Pokemon! A Koffing and a Zubat come along and mug [partner]'s most precious treasure, his Relic Fragment, a little stone with a peculiar drawing on it. He doesn't know what it does, or where it came from, but it is his personal treasure, and begs your help in getting it back. You give chase through Beach Cave, and from there... I think I'll stop there. If you want to know more, buy the game. Trust me you do. The story, unbelievably, can actually be (this has gotta be a first for the video gaming world) unpredictable! It's a wonderful story for a video game. At times, I can actually FEEL the story. This is actually the very first game (out of at least a good 100-150 with a story) I've bought in which I created a word document of all the questions I felt would be answered as the story unfolded. I made a few predictions, and all of them were wrong. WI-FI INTEGRATION: 6/10 Yes, this game has Wi-Fi. No this game does not have multiplayer. The main purpose Wi-Fi serves is player rescues. As in Red and Blue, players can rescue other players who die in dungeons. But, last time, the only ways were by password and by wireless comm./link cable/dual slot. Passwords were used for random rescues, but it was very hard to successfully post them in multiple places. Wi-Fi, however, gets your rescue out to all Wi-Fi using rescuers, and also allows to rescuer to send a helper Pokemon and item! Passwords do not allow helpers. They could still be sent through wireless comm. etc. in Red and Blue, but only for the gamers with RL friends. (Few and far between) With Wi-Fi, if you die, you can send out your SOS to Wi-Fi, go watch a little TV, and come back to hopefully see your team rescued. Regrettably, the game is still missing multiplayer features that it could benefit from so much. Having a second player over Wi-Fi or even Wireless play your partner would make the game so much better. OVERALL: 10/10 (Not an average) The release of this wonderful sequel came quite quickly, as only 19 months ago PMD Red and Blue was released. In this abnormally small time, PMD has seen some serious improvement, and feels a lot better. They didn't go out of control with changes. They improved what they needed to, and kept what they did right the first time. Between awesome gameplay, wonderful story, and...well...awesome!
I played my friend's copy of this game a few years ago and even now I still think this is one of my favorite games. Compelling story (though sometimes the in-game text gets a bit long and distracting) but overall a really good game that you can sit down and binge. If you have never played a mystery dungeon game (or are a seasoned player) I would recommend you buy this one! My favorite so far!
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