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Vendeur avec 100.0% d'évaluations positives
Vendeur avec 99.0% d'évaluations positives
Vendeur avec 99.5% d'évaluations positives
Vendeur avec 100.0% d'évaluations positives
Expédition: + 3,90 $C Expédition
|État :||Très bon
Un objet qui a été utilisé, mais qui est en excellent état. Le boîtier ou la couverture ne présente aucun dommage, aucune éraflure, aucune égratignure, aucune fissure ni aucun trou. L'illustration et le texte de pochette sont inclus. Le boîtier des cassettes VHS et des DVD est inclus. Le manuel d'instructions et le boîtier des jeux vidéo sont inclus. Les dents de retenue du disque ne sont pas endommagées. L'extérieur de l'objet présente des traces d'usure minimes. Les CD et les DVD ne sautent pas. L'image des cassettes VHS n'est ni floue ni neigeuse. Afficher toute les définitions d'état (s'ouvre dans une nouvelle fenêtre ou un nouvel onglet)
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The next chapter in Nintendo's blockbuster Pokémon franchise features 156 completely new creatures to battle, capture, tame, and train. Two distinct starting areas are now available, Black City and White Forest, each corresponding to the game's title. Exclusive legendary Pokémon types are also associated with each version of the game, requiring players to trade with owners of the opposite version to "catch 'em all." A new graphics engine incorporates increased 3D elements and changing seasons for the first time in the series.
Seasons aren't for ambiance, either -- certain Pokémon appear more frequently during certain seasons, while parts of the land are inaccessible during winter or summer. As a male or female trainer, you'll begin your career with a choice of three Pokémon, including grass-based Snivy, fire-based Tepig, or water-based Oshawott. You'll then travel across the all-new Unova region looking to pit your skills against rival Pokémon trainers. Battles are once again resolved in turn-based fashion, as you decide which of your Pokémon's skills to activate while attempting to defeat the opposition. New twists to the battle phase are rotation and triple battles. The former utilizes a tag-team format, while the latter is a three-on-three fight.
|eBay Product ID (ePID)||175957867|
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|Number of Players||1-5|
|Game Name||Pokemon White Version|
|Game||Pokemon White Version|
|ESRB Descriptor||Comic Mischief, Mild Cartoon Violence|
|Game Series||Pokemon Series|
|Game Special Features||Capture, train, and battle 156 new Pokémon Explore the new region of Unova Experience the changing seasons along with day-night cycles|
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Better than DPPt; about as good as RSE.
Part of the reason this game gets such a good score out of me is because it's so much better than DPPt and about as good as RSE. It was like RSE in the way that there are an awful lot of derpy-looking Pokemon who look like they belong in another show entirely, but there was at least one good starter to choose from and a decent amount of not-retarded-looking ones to catch. It also didn't have the player doing a lot of level-grinding (although, if you do like me and fight the special monster in the shaking grass until your Pokemon are level 30 after only the second gym, you'll feel the benefits at the Elite 4), and the Gym Leaders were reasonably challenging to face. I don't really care for the graphics revamp; the sprites and the overworld look great, but the battle animations kind of suck, particularly when Pokemon use stat-boosting moves. I did, however, find it cool that the Pokemon change their appearance in battle when afflicted by a status effect (for example, closing their eyes when sleeping, darkening when burned). Your two friends are also a neat addition, as they constantly battle you which gives you more opportunities for experience, and they also give you items rather frequently. You meet up with them often, so it's like having your own Misty and Brock. I found it really entertaining, by the way, that Team Plasma is basically taking a stab at PETA--maybe Nintendo's way of commenting on PETA's relationship with Japan's whaling industries. I'll play any game where I can stick it to PETA. Overall, I enjoyed looking at the faces of new Pokemon (don't get me wrong, I love RBY; but I get really sick of training Pikachus all the damn time) and I love the game's theme and scenery and the little additions too, like the shaking bushes. It's worth at least one playthrough for seasoned Pokemon fans. I personally got my first game, Yellow version, when I was 5 years old. Been a Pokefan ever since.
Great game to fit a great franchise!
The Unova/Isshu region is one unlike any other in the Pokemon world. The big twist is apparent in the beginning, there are no Pokemon native to other regions! All of Unova's Pokemon are native, thus allowing the player to feel like a beginner once more, learning these new Pokemon's strengths and weaknesses. I bought this game because I have been playing since the days of Yellow and haven't stopped yet. Gamefreak and Nintendo have continued making games that adapt with the players and technology. Pokemon White (and it's counterpart Pokemon Black) fully utilize 3D graphics, giving Pokemon a more realistic feeling. With changes to the game's mechanics, including Triple and Rotation Battles, this game is everything a fan could dream. However, with the pros also come a few cons, however the list is short. This game appears to be missing some key parts missed by players. Most noticeable is the lack of Battle Tower/Frontier. There are also no contests, only Musicals. Smaller aspects include no VS. Seeker or Gym Leader Rematches. Overall, the game is a refreshing change from the Sinnoh region and has great potential It is currently a favorite of mine.
10/10 great game, amazing gameplay, and story.
This game is a great first impression for someone who has never played a Pokèmon game. Not only is it a good Pokèmon game, but a really good RPG. As someone who has only played the gen 4, 5, and 6 games this generation of pokemon has the best story of any of the games that I have personally played. So if you're looking for a compelling story, and likable characters, then this game is for you. There is really not much to say in the gameplay, it's fast and engaging, your standard for these games. And, if you haven't given this franchise a try, then this game is a great place to start. I would give it a 10/10, truly an incredible game.
Achat vérifié : Oui | État : d'occasion | Vendu par : tlippi33
Plenty of flaws but overall darn good game.
I have my problems with generation 5, a lot of them really. But I would be lying if I said these were bad Pokemon games. Sun and Moon, LGPE and now almost certainly SWSH are bad games. The good: The difficulty of the games is a refreshing change of pace from most Pokemon games. BW aren't particularily hard, but the npcs do use more stratergy than spam reflect and light-screen and damage moves, so thats a plus. Seasons are very cool ways to remix the region's visuals over time, making the place feel much more alive. Some would say the story is good, frankly it's just fine. Hilbert and Hilda are some of the best (if not the best) looking MCs in core Pokemon Sprites are very good looking and the battle engine is quick, so is map traversal. The bad: Who in their right mind though the new EXP system was a good idea. Seriously, at least there is Audino farming that can be done so it's already better than Sun and Moon which have this exp system but not farming methods. Christ. Most of the new designs are terribad and all the cool mons are late game evolutions or post game content. Too much dialogue, but then again Sun and Moon exist... double Christ. Who again in their right mind thought that not having any previous gen mons for the main campaign was a good idea?! Some of the replacement mons are just worse versions of the older mons. Anyways yeah this is a 7.5/10 game. Buy BW2 instead if you just want a gen 5 game. (I hate Nate's hair so much, god forgive me for I will strike down whoever made that f*ing character design)
Achat vérifié : Oui | État : d'occasion | Vendu par : kamalesh84
Good timing, but a little wonky.
The game came earlier than the listed day! The only gripe I have is that my 3DS doesn't always recognize the game chip, which I'm not sure if it's my end or the game's. I can get it to work, but it takes a few tries to recognize! Other than that I'm pleased!
Achat vérifié : Oui | État : d'occasion | Vendu par : techtradersgroup