Although I miss traveling and battling I really did enjoye this game. Plus I like how this game was geared more for adults and teens who don't like Pokemon insteed of for kids who like Pokemon (Who might get bored of this game very easiely). Plus it's good, clean (No violence), and very fun and challenging! I highly recomend this game to everyone who don't like Pokemon and aren't under 13!
Pros: Unique gameplay of being a photographer Cons: Small percentage of Pokemon are represented in game The Bottom Line: Great Pokemon game allowing you to be a photographer and has a decent amount of gameplay depth. This is one of my favorite video games of all time. I love it mostly just because of the photography aspect, although I did also used to love it for the Pokemon aspect as well. In the game you go through different … more
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"Have you ever wanted to see Pikachu in its natural habitat? With the groundbreaking game Pok?mon Snap, you will capture lots Pok?mon found in the wild -- not with a Poke Ball but with a camera! Some shots are easy, like snapping Pikachu relaxing on the beach, but others are much more difficult, such as taking the picture of Pikachu riding on the back of a rare, flying Pok?mon! In Pok?mon Snap, you're on assignment from Professor Oak, the world-famous Pok?mon professor. He needs lots of photos taken on Pok?mon Island, where you'll cross six fascinating environments in search of all the Pok?mon you can find. Pidgey will soar over your shoulder on the Beach. Diglett will pop up in the Tunnel. A group of Charmander will run by in the Volcano. And that's only in the first three environments!"