History VideoGame / PokemonRumble

22nd Jan '16 12:42:07 PM fenyx4
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* StockSubtitle: ''Pokémon Rumble '''World'''''.
10th Dec '15 11:27:23 PM Rissan
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*** This is likely a reference to Boota who is a [[FridgeBrilliance "pig-mole"]].
11th Nov '15 2:06:23 PM spiritsunami
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* CommonplaceRare: Whimsicott in ''World'', which is only found as the boss arena mook for Shaymin.

* PowerGlows[=/=]LawOfChromaticSuperiority: When getting new Pokémon. If the defeated Pokémon has no special ability, it'll have a bluish-white aura. If it has an ability, the game will slow down ever so slightly and the Pokémon will have a yellow aura before you pick it up. If, in addition to this DramaticPause, the screen zooms in on the defeated Pokémon and it has a glowing red aura, it has ''multiple'' abilities. Subverted with the "Superstar" ability, which puts a ''spotlight'' over the Pokémon but is ultimately a useless if not detrimental ability.
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* PowerGlows[=/=]LawOfChromaticSuperiority: When getting new Pokémon. If the defeated Pokémon has no special ability, it'll have a bluish-white aura. If it has an ability, the game will slow down ever so slightly and the Pokémon will have a yellow aura before you pick it up. If, in addition to this DramaticPause, the screen zooms in on the defeated Pokémon and it has a glowing red aura, it has ''multiple'' abilities. If the aura is [[PurpleIsPowerful purple]] instead of red, it has the "Epic" ability which means that it will have ''six different regular abilities'', usually with a good number of + icons as well. Subverted with the "Superstar" ability, which puts a ''spotlight'' over the Pokémon but is ultimately a useless if not detrimental ability.
29th Oct '15 2:50:38 PM Zoroark69
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* ShoutOut: One of the Area Anchors in ''Rumble U'' is called [[TengenToppaGurrenLagann "You Pierce The Heavens"]], with the Pokémon mainly being ones with drills, and the interesting inclusion of Diglett and Dugtrio (the Kanto moles).
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* ShoutOut: One ShoutOut: **One of the Area Anchors in ''Rumble U'' is called [[TengenToppaGurrenLagann "You Pierce The Heavens"]], with the Pokémon mainly being ones with drills, and the interesting inclusion of Diglett and Dugtrio (the Kanto moles).moles). **There's also a Chill Battle titled ''The Three Little Tepig'' in which the player most protect three Tepig from Houndour, Houndoom, Poochyena, Mightyena, Electrike, Manectric, Zorua, and Zoroark.
23rd Oct '15 11:05:38 PM gloopgloopgloop
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3rd Oct '15 10:05:17 AM flamemario12
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* AntiFrustrationFeature: Instead of forcing players to constantly spend money to get better in ''World'', It sets a max cap of 3,000 Poké Diamonds you can buy, that adds up to $30 which amounts to a full priced game. After you reach said limit, instead of forcing you to wait a couple of days to hopefully get at least one Poké Diamond using the Spot/Street Pass features, the game gives you a mine with an unlimited amount of them that you can obtain 20 from once a day.
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* AntiFrustrationFeature: Instead of forcing players to constantly spend money to get better in ''World'', It sets a max cap of 3,000 Poké Diamonds you can buy, that adds up to $30 which amounts to a full priced game. After you reach said limit, instead of forcing you to wait a couple of days to hopefully get at least one Poké Diamond using the Spot/Street Pass features, the game gives you a mine with an unlimited amount of them that you can obtain 20 40 (20 prior to the update) from once a day.

** The game even has a measure for buying the max 3,000 Poké Diamonds and you somehow end up needing more. Instead of forcing you to wait a few days to hopefully get one Poké Diamond from the Spot/Street Pass features, the game just gives you a mine full of unlimited Poké Diamonds where you can get 20 of them once a day.
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** The game even has a measure for buying the max 3,000 Poké Diamonds and you somehow end up needing more. Instead of forcing you to wait a few days to hopefully get one Poké Diamond from the Spot/Street Pass features, the game just gives you a mine full of unlimited Poké Diamonds where you can get 20 40 of them once a day.
1st Oct '15 1:05:39 PM spiritsunami
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A fourth game, ''Pokémon Rumble World'', was released for the Nintendo3DS, and is free-to-play with a microtransaction system similar to that of ''VideoGame/PokémonShuffle''.
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A fourth game, ''Pokémon Rumble World'', was released for the Nintendo3DS, and is free-to-play with a microtransaction system similar to that of ''VideoGame/PokémonShuffle''.''VideoGame/PokemonShuffle''.
1st Oct '15 1:05:14 PM spiritsunami
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A fourth game, ''Pokémon Rumble World'', was released for the Nintendo3DS, and is free-to-play with a microtransaction system similar to that of ''[[VideoGame/PokemonTrozei Pokémon Shuffle]]''.
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A fourth game, ''Pokémon Rumble World'', was released for the Nintendo3DS, and is free-to-play with a microtransaction system similar to that of ''[[VideoGame/PokemonTrozei Pokémon Shuffle]]''.''VideoGame/PokémonShuffle''.
1st Oct '15 1:03:49 PM spiritsunami
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* PowerGlows[=/=]LawOfChromaticSuperiority: When getting new Pokémon. If the defeated Pokémon has no special ability, it'll have a bluish-white aura. If it has an ability, the game will slow down ever so slightly and the Pokémon will have a yellow aura before you pick it up. If, in addition to this DramaticPause, the screen zooms in on the defeated Pokémon and it has a glowing red aura, it has ''multiple'' abilities. Subverted with the "Superstar" ability, which puts a ''spotlight'' over the Pokémon but is ultimately a useless if not detrimental ability.
1st Oct '15 11:15:22 AM kablammin45
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* In the "Catch The Garden Intruder" mission in ''World'', the King discovers that someone (Mow Rotom) is wrecking the garden and sends you out to stop it. Once you defeat it though, the Princess shows up and tells you to stop as it was just getting her some flowers. Apparently, she didn't feel like telling you beforehand before you went to town on it and the other Pokemon in the garden. (It doesn't help that she's in the courtroom when the King is telling your character about the mess and doesn't make a peep at all.) The King calls her out on this after the mission.
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* ** In the "Catch The Garden Intruder" mission in ''World'', the King discovers that someone (Mow Rotom) is wrecking the garden and sends you out to stop it. Once you defeat it though, the Princess shows up and tells you to stop as it was just getting her some flowers. Apparently, she didn't feel like telling you beforehand before you went to town on it and the other Pokemon in the garden. (It doesn't help that she's in the courtroom when the King is telling your character about the mess and doesn't make a peep at all.) The King calls her out on this after the mission.
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