Today I have another game review. This game is part of a spin-off series that I absolutely love.
Title: Pokemon Super Mystery Dungeon
How I got the game: I bought it
I love all the Pokemon Mystery Dungeon games. The newer ones just keep getting better and better.
The story, just like the other Mystery Dungeon games, revolve around you, a human, who has been turned into a Pokemon and transported to the Pokemon world.
You don’t know why this happened or how, but you roll with it because… Well, what else can you do about it?
The graphics don’t look that much different than the last Mystery Dungeon game for the 3DS, but I do have to give them credit for trying to make the Pokemon look more like their size.
With this kind of game you can have a Caterpie following around a Tyranitar and they would look exactly the same size. I know they can’t make them look exactly to scale, but they did do a better job of making it look more realistic in that sense this time around.
I don’t know why, but the music reminds me a lot of Paper Mario and I absolutely love that music.
I felt like the music for each dungeon fit the setting, whether if it was a snowy area, a desert, or a forest. The music for the different towns are light-hearted and fun while the dungeon music has a different twist on danger depending on where you are.
The controls haven’t changed from the previous game. It’s pretty easy to navigate and play. The game does well when it comes to using just about every button that’s given on the 3DS, but it’s not confusing.
Just like any other Pokemon game, the story is a bit sappy. I don’t want to say too much about it in case of spoilers, but I felt as though this was one of the better stories out of all the Mystery Dungeon games. The characters were developed more so by the end you actually have feels for some of the characters; especially when the biggest mystery of all is revealed.