The PokéCommunity Forums Pokémon: General Discussions Pokémon Gaming Central
What Do You Guys Think of Pokemon Rumble?

Pokémon Gaming Central For topics that aren't necessarily restricted to one game, Pokémon Gaming Central ranges from comparing and contrasting the differences in the gaming generations to discussing the gaming franchise as a whole.
Sort Threads: Spinoff Central | Pokkén

Thread Tools
Old August 12th, 2013 (5:17 AM).
Shizzable's Avatar
Shizzable Shizzable is offline
The Derpiest One Of All
Join Date: Aug 2013
Location: In your closet.
Gender: Male
Nature: Jolly
Posts: 217
I wanted to get some opinions on Pokemon Rumble. I am referring to the original at the moment, but I heard the sequel(s) are somewhat of a step up. Anyways, I really like the game. I realize it is immensely repetitive, but it's sort of a guilty pleasure for me. It's really fun to run around and smack the crap out of other Pokemon with your little wind up toy. It's also cool seeing what new moves you can get, finding new Pokemon, and participating in the Battle Royale, a giant free-for-all.

What are you guys' opinions on the series?
Ermahgerd! I evolved!
My Friend Code: 4742-6506-2434
Reply With Quote

Relevant Advertising!

Old August 12th, 2013 (9:36 AM).
skyluigi2's Avatar
skyluigi2 skyluigi2 is offline
L-let's a-go...!
Join Date: Sep 2009
Location: United Kingdom
Age: 21
Gender: Male
Nature: Jolly
Posts: 964
In my opinion, it's the weakest spin-off. Mystery Dungeon and Ranger are fantastic series, but Rumble just doesn't do anything for me. I've played the first two, but didn't find them particularly enjoyable and have no intention of getting the Wii U version. It doesn't have that spark that both Mystery Dungeon and Ranger have and I feel it's a series that should be left alone.

☆ 3DS FC: 5069-3912-3062
☆ NNID: skyluigi
☆ PSN ID: Jellygamer
☆ Let me know if you've added me!

☆ Next most anticipated game(s): Super Mario Maker, Yo-Kai Watch and Little Battlers eXperience

☆ Currently playing: Mario & Luigi: Dream Team Bros. and Yoshi's Woolly World

☆ I'm known on Twitter as skyluigi2 as well

☆ Paired with Tsutarja

Reply With Quote
Old August 14th, 2013 (3:50 PM).
*Icecold*'s Avatar
*Icecold* *Icecold* is offline
Bow down to Queen Meowstic
Join Date: Aug 2013
Location: A gingerbread house
Gender: Female
Nature: Hasty
Posts: 133
God, this series is a very good example of RAGE QUIT. Especially the 3DS version of it!

Basically, the toy Pokemon trap you agaisnt the walls and spam you to death. You spend the entire game repeatively pressing the B and A buttons until your fingers bleed. The final bosses are overpowered. The toy Pokemon don't even get better, evolve or even learn new moves. You have to go back and forth, back and forth.

And the storyline that they added to the newer 3DS game doesn't help much. It's not very good and very rushed. Hardly even detailed. Don't play unless you want to scream at your Wii/3DS in fury.
This signature has been disabled.
Signature way too large. Try removing some lines or spaces!
Please review and fix the issues by reading the signature rules.

You must edit it to meet the limits set by the rules before you may remove the [sig-reason] code from your signature. Removing this tag will re-enable it.

Do not remove the tag until you fix the issues in your signature. You may be infracted for removing this tag if you do not fix the specified issues. Do not use this tag for decoration purposes.
Reply With Quote
Old August 18th, 2013 (10:52 PM).
Altair's Avatar
Altair Altair is offline
Join Date: Feb 2013
Location: Sydney
Age: 21
Gender: Male
Nature: Quiet
Posts: 579
A majority of people who play the rumble series don't seem to enjoy it, however I find it insanely addictive! From the first stage I was hooked (on the 3DS version by the way), it's simplicity and repetitive nature didn't hinder my experience, some levels are challenging which I definitely enjoyed.
I still haven't befriended them all, but I'll return playing it after I finish my mainstream games, I've beat the story though.
I also am planning to get the Wii U version.
Reply With Quote
Old August 22nd, 2013 (1:29 PM).
Naikado's Avatar
Naikado Naikado is offline
Join Date: Apr 2009
Location: Here
Gender: Male
Nature: Adamant
Posts: 142
I've played some of it with three of my friends, but it felt very repetitive- especially since we were basically a moving wall of destruction that either eviscerated everything in our path or was destroyed instantaneously when none of us were paying attention.

I haven't played too many of the spinoffs, but it's probably far from my favorite.
Reply With Quote
Old August 23rd, 2013 (2:20 PM).
Squirrel's Avatar
Squirrel Squirrel is offline
Join Date: Sep 2011
Location: England
Age: 22
Gender: Male
Nature: Quirky
Posts: 9,473
Quite simply, I adore these games! I think they're a very unique spin on the classic Pokémon game play and the method of collecting new Pokémon/powering up is great - the only problem I have is that you can't use any Pokémon you'd like as quite a few are far too strong or far too weak to be valid candidates as your Pokémon. I preferred the Wii Rumble version as this is a game that really didn't need a story like they gave it in the 3DS version and I also preferred using a Wii controller to play it. It was also kind of annoying that they left out shiny Pokémon from the 3DS version when the Wii version included them, but what can ya do haha.
Reply With Quote
Quick Reply

Sponsored Links
Thread Tools

Posting Rules
You may not post new threads
You may not post replies
You may not post attachments
You may not edit your posts

BB code is On
Smilies are On
[IMG] code is On
HTML code is Off

Forum Jump

All times are GMT -8. The time now is 3:41 AM.