Pokémon Diamond Edition is a 2006 role-playing video game developed by Game Freak, published by The Pokémon Company and Nintendo for the Nintendo DS. They are the first in the fourth generation of the Pokémon video game series.
You will have to start with a small, deserted town in a particular area on the map. Specifically, here, you will get yourself the highly appreciated Pokemon of a professor and be instructed to train these Pokemon. Your mission will be to go everywhere to collect yourself Pokemon collection and fight other opponents to steal their mascots. Your mascots will grow more and more when they are allowed to participate in many matches and defeat those opponents. Each one has a category they are in charge of, and you have to beat them and win their special gym badge. After defeating one opponent, you will come to fight opponents in different practice rooms. If you dominate at least eight opponents, you will become the leader and enter Elite 4. If you win a series of 5 consecutive matches, you will be promoted again to enter the higher level area. It is a Pokemon Hall of Fame and has your name recorded in the area’s history. Something few players can do.
Besides a few side games like lottery or roadside entertainment, all your primary task will be to focus on nurturing and participating in as many matches as possible. You can have 1 Pokemon vs 1 Pokemon battle, 2 Pokemon vs 2 Pokemon battle, limited battle, online battle with other trainers, level setting battle.
Sounds between different town themes are different. However, they are always aimed at a fast-paced pace. At some point, Pikachu and some of his companion’s chime. It doesn’t have too many cool things in the way Pokemon Diamond’s sound is made, but nothing to complain about. However, it is quite unfortunate that it does not have any voiceover for the characters. In general, this game’s sound is good enough for you to play comfortably without getting too boring.
This version is a considerable step in how the graphics are done compared to Pokemon Ruby, Sapphire, and Emerald’s games. It has integrated buildings on the world map in extremely vivid 3D. Of course, it makes no difference in significant contexts and essential parts. These battle scenes still include the same things as those in previous Pokemon games. There are two sprite pokemon that, when they attack, a very rudimentary animation will happen between them. The spirits are also much better and much more refined.