Pokemon Battle Revolution would have been a solid Wii launch title. This makes sense, since it did hit shelves then in Japan, but the late U.S. release had players expecting a bit more. They didn’t get it.
The previous console iterations, such as the GameCube’s Pokemon Colosseum and Pokemon XD, had loads of extra features, from expansive single-player modes with varied, complex gameplay to minigames and other utilities for the handheld title. With Battle Revolution, the developers scaled back to even less than the original Pokemon Stadium for the N64, leaving only a very simple one-player mode and a few multiplayer battles.
For those looking to check out the game that don’t own a DS or the new games, forget it. PBR does feature A