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You know what time it is? Time to review another Pokemon Trading Card Game package. This time it is Pokemon TCG Call of Legends. Our wonderful friends were kind enough to hook Family Friendly Gaming up with enough cards to review. The first thing that impressed me with Pokemon TCG Call of Legends is the playmat. I love it when the area we play a game on completely explains how to play the game. That way a non-card playing father like myself can actually comprehend how the game is played. I was able to figure out when my kids were making up their own rules, and when they were right on the ball.

The graphical range in Pokemon TCG Call of Legends is wide. Some cards look like they come from the cartoon, whereas others look like they could hang in a museum. Maybe one of those snobbish artsy people would comment on the Ninetails. There are no sounds with Pokemon TCG Call of Legends. I have been debating how to handle this. The words on the cards give ample explanation on what to do. When I played Pokemon TCG Call of Legends with my kids, they chanted the song from the cartoon. I am not a fan of that song - sorry. I do like that Pickachu song on Youtube even if it is a little self serving.

There are over one hundred cards in Pokemon TCG Call of Legends, including eleven Legendary Pokemon. Fans will be on the look out for the shiny versions of Legendary Pokemon as well. The level of replay in Pokemon TCG Call of Legends is very high. Some people just enjoy admiring the art work and others take an interest in collecting.

Pokemon TCG Call of Legends allows for a wide variety of strategies. Recon and Retort will interest gamers who enjoy counter attacking. Building your deck is all up to you, so how good it is, is really up to you. I enjoy watching others play Pokemon TCG Call of Legends because of how creative they get. My own kids know the various sounds, and like to use them while playing with these cards. They get extremely excited over the shiny cards. Card battling has become a social event in many locations that bring people together.
- Paul


Graphics: 73%
Sound: 60%
Replay/Extras: 82%
Gameplay: 78%
Family Friendly Factor: 71%
System: Card Games
Publisher: Nintendo
Rating: 'NR' for Not Rated

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