Pokémon Mystery Dungeon: Explorers of Time is a matched pair of Pokémon games for the Nintendo DS. The two games were released in Japan on September 13, 2007, and were released in North America on April 20, 2008.
The main plot in Sky is similar to the story in Time and Darkness. You are a human that turned into Pokemon, you join an expedition guild with your partner and start an expedition team, you need to save the world from destruction, etc. While this might seem like a bad thing, the game doesn’t have to be since having the same story, like the story in Time and Darkness, was very well done and thought out. However, it still suffers from the same issues as the previous plots, most notably the cutscenes at the end of each day. New for the third entry is optional sub-stories about some of your guild members that unlock as you progress through the story. Out of the five presented, only three of my favorites. Overall, if you’re willing to accept the first half of the game, the story is exceptionally well-written and well done and will leave you happy at the end.
If you’ve played the previous titles, you already know what to expect. This is a mysterious dungeon game. You will move through randomly generated dungeons fighting multiple enemies and defeating bosses at the end of several dungeons. I won’t go into details about what could be found in previous games, but instead, I will focus on additional content for this one. First, one of the first game problems is equipping certain items, such as scarves that increase various stats; You can only provide them in the Dungeon and be asked whenever you leave them. In this game, items will always be fitted and can also be equipped outside the dungeon. The swap store has had a significant improvement over Time and Shadows, where in previous titles, you could only trade sets of items you already had, which was annoying at all. To obtain these set items at random, you can now change a specific number of your items and get a particular item selected from a list, and trade set items that you have purchased. You can also view the list. The things will work for Pokemon in your activity group, making getting lots of perfect items much more comfortable. Overall, the gameplay of this game’s gameplay is excellent, but a few points need improvement.