Hands-Free HP is a brand new addition to the Pokemon Game Genuses available on the Nintendo DS and the Nintendo 3DS. The HP Game opens up the touchscreen interface specially designed on the Nintendo 3DS to allow players to interact and play games utilizing their hands. During this review we will take a look at how the game plays, the best games available for the Nintendo 3DS, and most importantly whether the game is anything else than another failed effort.
The game we will be examining is titled “The Tower ofared” and is the eleventh game in the Pokemon Gamety Pants Saga. This fun RPG especially makes its homeland in the form of Nintendo’s handheld console. Within the minion games you will control a variety of Pokemon characters and take them into battle. During battles you collect Pokemon Ribbon rewards which can be earned by winning a certain number of battles. collecting the required number of ribbon rewards is a prelude to unlocking secret characters and the true gaming experience, attempting to discover all the little worthwhile little heroes within the game. To start the game you are tasked with a prologue, an event which inline with the story and leads the player to the main story. During the prologue event you are thrown into a battle with a familiar character, this being the character that you started as in the very first Pokemon game, “TallORED.” Your objective for this particular mission is to watch as your Pokemon partner is attacked by a man name Loke. Loke is actually a villan in training who has himself been Castle warned. What happens after you have beenCastled is that you enter a crystal protected forest. It is at this point in the Prologue that you realize that the games story has been eBook before this latest Prologue. It’s actually a remake of the very first Pokemon game, except that this one is actually three generations deep.
When you arrive outside into the crystal you find that the Pokemon you’re supposed to capture is actually a Growlithe, an evolved form of Snorlax. This is the first sign that the game is actually different, and grows much more interesting. Once the Pokemon is captured and brought back to the portal its considered broken. You are then given the option of taking it to a Pokemon Center, which obviously means you’ll bring it back to your home via the menus, or possibly face to face with a character from the game. Anyways, once you face the character he (or she), you are given a new mission, which is basically to heal the Pokemon you brought along during your earlier adventure.
Once you arrive at the Pokemon Center you’ll be greeted by the option of upgrading a statistic of your Pokemon’s encounter rate, battle rate and party becomes increasingly easy as you proceed. The new Pokemon will attack and cast a spell on the enemies you face, use this ability to turn the tide of battle. For unlimited period of time and at escalating costs of performance this is the best and perhaps safest way to battle. You are given the ability to call upon the power of GIROE to aid you in your task, granted that you succeed in sending it to the location you need.
The tactical battle system is deep and very satisfying, with a good variety of tools and features provided at each turn in the combat vs. Pokemon. When you strike first, the Pokemon follows a specific pattern that allows it to be given buffs and boosts and enter into a battle. As the battle progresses, the Pokemon builds up stat buffs, indicative of its individual type. When it allies or even within its range of attack, GIRGE enhances the combat prowess of the Pokemon, which is also granted at each attack. Generally, the earlier in the battle the better the quality of the attack sent by the Ghost Pokemon. When the Pokemon restores its original total amount of HP, after being hit its status is restored. Additionally, the Pokemon frequently uses the move Probe to recharge its own status bar.
If you’re confronted by the option of fainting in your battles when your Pokemon’s HP is low, you’ll have the option of fainting safe once a certain number of HP has been restored. Additionally, when you defeat a certain number of enemies or friends of a certain value, you’ll gain a level of experience points. When you gain a level, you get a possibility to capture a Pokemon. When you capture a Pokemon, you can keep it anywhere on your side of the field as long as you like. When you capture a Pokemon, a card appears with a data of the Pokemon you have captured. Keep in mind that Pokemon are fickle; meaning they each have a different nature, and may show different performances depending on their tougher or weaker nature.
By leveling up, you gain better chips, and therefore more influence to battle with or with friends.