Pokémon Black Version is 2010 role-playing video games developed by Game Freak, published by The Pokémon Company and Nintendo for the Nintendo DS. They are the first installments in the fifth generation of the Pokémon video game series.
You play as a teenager from a quiet and remote suburb on a mission to become the organized pokemon tournament champion. You need to gather a group of 6 pokemon monsters and go to war around the world to confirm that you are the best and only. Lots of creatures will evolve into evolved forms and become thousand times more powerful.
The battles are relatively complex and are heavily strategic. It is turn-based with most role-playing games and has plenty of combat moves for you to learn. You’ll have to learn stabbing and stabbing, and some people have the cards to learn both curse and nasty facial attacks. The move that many gamers love the most in Pokemon-Black Version is Toxic Spikes, which can poison every opponent Pokemon to fight.
Each Pokemon is associated with a specific element. From clean water to the parts in darkness are steel and iron. It is like a large-scale rock-paper-scissors game where there is a convention of Fire beating grass, grass smashing water, and so on. Knocking the ground and water gives the grass moves four times their normal strength when used on him. Most significantly, each Pokemon has its unique moves. For example, Gyarados can dodge opponent’s stormy attacks with zigzag moves or Brellomm with mushroom-like moves, capable of healing poisoned teammates instead of taking. Damage.
Graphic design with relatively beautiful 3D and 2D cork. The gym is probably the most creative thing with a relatively smooth background. The lush forest is much more vivid than the animations that appear in Pokemon Fire Red. Overall, the rendering engineering team did a good job of it.