Pokémon Pinball: Ruby & Sapphire Review


Pokémon Pinball: Ruby & Sapphire Review

Pokémon Pinball: Ruby & Sapphire is fun, but it’s way too easy to hold your attention for terribly long.

Pokemon Pinball & Ruby and Sapphire Review

In 1999, I was given my very first video game, Pokemon Pinball, and lime green Game Boy Color for Christmas. Since then, video games have all but consumed my life, and I owe the start of this lifelong passion all to this one game. Last month, I paid tribute to Pokemon Pinball by giving it this full review, and now it’s up on VidyaGirls.com for you to enjoy! As an added bonus, I also take a look at its sequel, Pokemon Pinball: Ruby & Sapphire.

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Pokemon Pinball | The Completionist

A gen 1 Pokemon game that has animated sprites and even more amazing music? Check our my Pokemon Pinball review on this week’s episode of The Completionist.

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As with every large franchise there’s always a few spin-off games from Hey You Pickachu and the more recent Pokemon Let’s Go. And with Pokemon Pinball, they really hit it out of the park. Not only is this pinball game extensive featuring all 151 generation 1 Pokemon, but they are each animated! The music is a combination of songs from old and unreleased games and pairs well with the exceptional sound effects. The cartridge has a rumble back with a AAA battery to make it feel more like a “pinball machine” while on the game boy color, but to me it just was loud and annoying. In order to complete the Pokemon Pinball gameboy color game, I’m going to have to: catch all 151
pokemon, beat all all the bonus levels, and then get the top high scores on BOTH red and blue boards. Time to activate my pinball wizard skills!

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Pokémon Pinball (GameBoy Color, GameBoy Advance) – Retro Game Review – Tamashii Hiroka

In this video, Tama reviews the two Pokémon Pinball games on Nintendo handhelds, Pokemon Pinball for GameBoy Color, and Pokemon Pinball Ruby & Sapphire for the GameBoy Advance. Pokemon Pinball was actually the very first video game she ever owned or played! So a lot of OG Pokemon fans start with Red or Blue, but Tama started here… with Pinball.

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Pokémon Pinball: Ruby & Sapphire – A Paraspective

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The journey continues. I will be taking a look at EVERY official Pokémon video game release in exact North American order. All 66+ games. Fourteenth is a return to an old friend in Pokémon Pinball, but this time it’s been GEN 3IFIED. Pokémon Pinball: Ruby & Sapphire.

Title sequence, thumbnail, background, Pallet Town remix and “Where’s That Parasect?” by Joshua C. Griffin

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