As a Pokémon Ranger, you've been dispatched to the Oblivia region along with your partner.Your job is to stop the evil organization known as the Pokémon Pinchers—a nefarious group that has been controlling Pokémon and taking them from their homes! Capture Pokemon with the stylus, play multiplayer missions with your friends, and make friends with a ukelele playing Pichu.
When I initially booted up Pokemon Ranger: Guardian Signs, I was surprised it didn't involve five multiracial teens on a quest to save the world by being able to morph into different Pokemon. I did however find a somewhat enjoyable Pokemon side-story that serves as a nice appetizer for the inevitable Black and White versions heading stateside next year.Guardian Signs stars a silent, yellow scarf- and red goggle-wearing protagonist (boy or girl) and a ukulele-strumming Pichu on a quest to save the world of Oblivia from the humorously named, Pokemon Pinchers, and their evil plans involving legendary Pokemon. It isn't your standard gotta-catch-'em-all affair like you're used to, and I found the narrative to be a nice change of pace from the badge and Pokemon collecting that prevails in the... Read Review