Pokemon Ruby; loved by most, hated by few (Those with no taste, of course), is a lovely little game where you start off as a boy / girl with a red headband on their way to a little village, of course they have no clue of what marvellous adventure awaits them, with many exciting twists and turns.
Anyway, Pokemon Ruby; The graphics.
This was a game designed for the Game Boy Advance in 2003, and was a big hit in Japan thanks to Pokemon’s predecessors’. The graphics side of the game was somewhat of a marvel for a game in that time, and also for that console, as it was a relatively small thing for that time. The game graphics were a very slightly cartoon-ish style, but were fairly realistic. You could walk through deserts and rain and know exactly what it was.
Game play: This is a game with very easy controls. D-pad to move, a and b to select and go back . This is very easy to learn and grasp, and if you still struggle to use the controls then you can use the instruction booklet which no one ever reads. Ever. The storyline is very easy to follow, because you’re basically a kid who starts out on an adventure and gets gym badges and stops a team of baddies blah blah blah blah… Like I said, you pick it up fairly quickly, and you can’t get lost, although the storyline does get predictable.
Strategies can be made up at any time in the game, and with any of the little critters we call Pokemon, and can be put to use with devastating effects, although can be undone with some very simple moves, so Pokemon Ruby is a game for all levels of strategists alike.
What would I give the game? Well, as this is Cubed Gamers, I wouldn’t just give it any old 10 star rating, I’d have to take the amount of people currently in the team and then cube it ( 5 people in the team, mathematicians, do the maths) so my rating would be out of 125 stars ( did it for you 😉 ) so I would give this game a total of 123 / 125 because although the game was very very good for the time that it was in, I just don’t like the fact that there weren’t any real twists and turns in the plot for my liking, and it is just too predictable.
Thank you for reading through my long winded review, I promise you my next one will be MUCH shorter.
Thanks a lot and happy gaming
Nick 🙂 *kiss*