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March 24th, 2008, 10:25 AM
Hi everyone. I just bought a Wii a thought that i might want get PBR, but i havent heard very good things about it. Is it worth the money?
March 24th, 2008, 11:56 AM
That depends on many factors like:
-Do you have Wi-Fi
-Do you have the desire to get your hands on the elusive Soul Dew without the Eon Ticket or cheating
-Do you want to get the pinch berries
-Do you want the Enigma Berry
-Do you want a free Magmortar and Electivire
-Do you want the Surf and Volt Tackle Pikachu (comes with a Light Ball)
March 24th, 2008, 12:02 PM
Well its an ok game =/
I mean if thats your first wii game that you are gonna buy I wouldnt recomned it id wait till you have other games to play becuase youll do the same thing I did
That was the first wii game I bought so when I got my wii I only had wii sports and pbr and I got bored very easily and wanted a new game after the first week the colloseums can be hard at times but theres not a storyline in the game to keep you busy =/
But the wi-fi matches are great ^_^
if you like battiling so I guess if you want it then by all means get it but id wait on it ;)
And super smash brothers brawl is out already so id recomend that game instead of pbr ^_^
March 24th, 2008, 12:29 PM
Espreon has pretty much covered the reasons why you should get PBR. If you don't have WiFi or a DS Pokemon game with your own team to upload you'll probably get bored very quickly. Although you can play without uploading your own teams, using rental Pokemon really sucks.
March 25th, 2008, 4:51 PM
i'd play brawl and other games first...than PBR. But if you want to show off your battling skills or test them then go ahead. TO be honest i love beating the snot out of little noobs who have no idea how to play. But then there are the japanese players who have perfect IV's/EV's and out-predict your every move -_-
But something cool about that is you can exchange your *trainer cards*...meaning you can see what pokemon stats/movesets your opponent used in battle...also meaning if you see a cool tactic someone used, you can try it out for yourself and see how it works and what yo can do to counter it. It just gives you better knowledge of the game.