[gameinfo title=”Game Info” game_name=”Pokemon Mystery Dungeon: Gates To Infinity” developers=”Spike Chunsoft” publishers=”Nintendo” platforms=”3DS” genres=”” release_date=”17/05″ “Version_played=3DS”]
The Mystery Dungeon series is known to have great stories, so how does Gates to Infinity Hold up? While it may not be the deepest or most complex story of all time. Gates to infinity is a feel good adventure about inspiring hope and happiness to cold and cruel Pokemon world.
Everything the story does, is done well. With the exception of the amount of time it takes to kick off. However, it has caused me to Smile, laugh and there was even a few tear jerking moments, which for me is a rarity and the way this is possible is what the Mystery dungeon series does differently from every other Series in the Pokemon Franchise.
It gives the Pokemon personalities. They aren’t just cool monsters. You can actually get emotionally invested in them. They are In depth characters, they grow and change. From the energetic hot headed Emolga, to the timid Dunsparce. All of these Laughs, smiles and tears. Are all brought from all the antics and tribulations of these characters you spend 20 – 30+ hours with, and I couldn’t have enjoyed it more. One thing to be noted though is that there is no voice acting at all in this game, so be prepared to do a lot of reading.