Pokémon Black Version 2 is 2012 role-playing video games developed by Game Freak, published by The Pokémon Company and Nintendo for the Nintendo DS. Part of the fifth generation of the Pokémon video game series, the games are direct sequels to Pokémon Black and Pokémon White, being the first sequels in the series.
This is a traditional turn-based RPG. The Trainer will control and order his Pokemon to attack other Pokemon of his opponent. Whoever survives to the end wins the game. This scoring system and gameplay are relatively simple and in which the Trainer orders their Pokemon to attack the opposing Pokemon, and the Trainer with the last standing Pokemon wins. It sounds simple, but it took years for the system to be fully perfected. Pokemon are divided into 17 categories, such as Fire, Water, and Grass, with each having advantages over some of the others and also vulnerable to others. You will have to teach your Pokemon the most significant moves and attacks and be knowledgeable about using these Pokemon in each specific match. This is only possible once your Pokemon are upgraded. All you have to do in this game is to serve the sole goal of increasing your six champions’ efficiency. Almost everything you do in the game serves the purpose of increasing the power and efficiency of your lineup of 6 Pokemon boosters. The most addictive reason for this game is that it can be taught manually by moving steps, breeding, or many different teaching forms that you choose.
The gameplay is quite impressive. If you’re up against a formidable opponent and need to heal your Pokemon mid-match, you’re usually stuck in a healing loop, knocked out to the smallest piece of your health meter, healing. Restore and repeat the process, ad infertility. Therefore, you need to prepare alternatives for your Pokemon. However, it also proved a bit unfair to the opponent. Hopefully, in the next generations to come, we can both hit and heal simultaneously. It will animate the game much more.
Black version 2 graphics and aesthetics have particular sync with previous games. You will experience an authentic 2D / 3D interface and combined with 2D characters. The buildings are also relatively straightforward. The battles still use a 2D sprite, but they all have a high level of activity.