Anticipation for Pokemon Conquest game review

Next Monday Pokemon Conquest launches for the Nintendo DS and with this next installment imminent, we have been anticipating some reviews, as the weekend will soon be over and gamers want to get an insight before it comes out. With a few varied perspectives of what’s in store we could get an overall run down of what to expect prior to it June 18th release.

Apparently a whole new role-playing adventure is involved with this title playable on Nintendo 3DS in 2D mode, as it challenges players to encounter battles across multiple environments in the mythical region of Ransei. An informative article on News10 reports on Pokemon Conquest and the chance to take on the role of Warlords recruiting allies to unite the kingdoms of Ransei unleashing the Legendary Pokémon.

The objective here is a first for the franchise and features nearly 200 Pokémon to battle and recruit, including many from the Pokémon Black and White Version games. With the region of Ransei divided into 17 distinct kingdoms for each type of Pokémon and players will get the chance to choose from 36 playable Warlords, and they all contain their own unique story.

America’s executive vice president of Sales & Marketing, Scott Moffitt says that “Pokémon Conquest offers new adventures for fans of any experience level,” and the different battle environments involved can affect the gameplay. IGN divulge more on the untold story in what they regard as “Pokemon’s craziest crossover” in an interview with the game’s director, Hisashi Koinuma. In this, he talks about the collaboration between Pokémon and Nobunaga’s Ambition as he found plenty of enjoyment in both.

He also mentions that for Pokémon fans, this will be a spin-off title unlike the familiar games but it also broadens the appeal of Pokémon, and those who have not experienced these titles will also enjoy this, even though this has still been made with fans in mind. With many fans looking forward to this new approach some would like to see this available for the Wii U and a large amount want to see some reviews. There is also a big call for gameplay videos, as those who don’t own a DS may get one just for Pokemon Conquest.

Including the main story and all of the additional scenarios about 100 hours of gameplay is expected, so with this amount of content involved will Pokemon Conquest be your next DS game? Maybe you are waiting for some reviews on the game first.