[Nintendo DS] Pokemon – HeartGold Version

Pokemon – HeartGold Version
Full name4787 - Pokemon - HeartGold Version
File size38.7MB
Genre Role Playing
Region USA USA
Console Nintendo DS (Download Emulator)

Pokémon HeartGold Version is 2009 enhanced remakes of the 1999 role-playing video games Pokémon Gold and Silver, including Pokémon Crystal features.


Pokemon has a story. It is vague and relatively unimportant and can forever assert that the lack of specific and well-thought-out information will not affect these games, not made for play. story from the very beginning. However, if you want to know the story, what happens is you walk around eight gyms around the Johto region of the Pokemon world to pick up a badge so you can become home. Champion of the Pokemon Alliance. Along the way, there will be some Team Rocket interference that is causing trouble, trying to rebrand itself after disbanding three years ago, but that’s the problem. The gist of it is you’re trying to be a Pokemon master. It’s not meant to be a good story (but still could be better than the words of some games. Dark Cloud 2), but the story element is too unimportant for a Pokemon game, the lack of information. Kindness tends not to really hurt the game as much.


Pokemon has always been a fun game to play. It’s turn-based, but the characters are little creatures that you go out and catch on your own, making it the most accessible group game to customize any RPG on the market. Heart Gold and Soul Silver always stay true to this tried and true recipe, upgrading the game mechanics of Gold and Silver to match those of Diamond, Pearl, and Platinum.

The main difference the upgrade makes is that it makes the game a bit harder than the original due to Pokemon abilities. There are a ton of Pokemon with Static and Poison Points, and you should be able to feel like you’re continually curing status effects while barely remembering how much you needed to do this in the first place. The game is still pretty easy. You should have absolutely no trouble defeating anyone in the game, except for the Elite Four Champion, who is using Pokemon higher than Pokemon on your team. Ten levels and “final boss.” So the difficulty is irritatingly tricky, and an excellent game to play usually. GameFreak has added a few things to keep longtime players entertained. Namely gym leadership rematches and second match through Elite Four, where the chieftains and Elite Four members will use upgraded teams with their level significantly increased.

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