Pokemon Snap

  • Manufactured by: N64 Games, Parts & Service


#n64gm126 - Developed by HAL Laboratory, Inc., Nintendo Co., Ltd. and Published by Nintendo Co., Ltd., "Pokemon Snap" was released for the Nintendo 64 (N64) Entertainment System on March 21, 1999. This is a 1st-Person Perspective photography, action, adventure, rail shooter game centered around the Japanese phenomenon of Pikachu and the Pocket Monsters (or Pokemon for short) gang. Although it's geared more for younger players, Pokémon Snap is good clean fun for Pokemon fans of any age. In this battle-free adventure, You play the game as Todd Snap, an aspiring Pokemon photographer, and with the help of Professor Oak you must travel to many diverse environment from Volcanos and beaches to Jungles, and snap pictures (You can save 60 of them to the game cartridge) of as many Pokemon as you can find in order to earn points. You interact with 63 of the original 151 Pokemon by throwing objects at them, playing songs and such, within seven different levels. At the end of each trip you will get a score from Professor Oak. The score will depend on such things as size, pose, position of the Pokémon, how many in the shot, technique, and whether or not there's more than one of the same Pokémon in the picture. You can take up to 60 pictures during each trip, and you choose the one you think are best to submit to Professor Oak. As you get better in the game, new areas open up, and players are given other items to aid them in their quest. The game also features plenty of hidden characters and secret signs, and you can create your own Pokemon Photo album. The graphics are sound, with bright fully 3D polygonal backdrops and characters and environments. The control is very intuitive and the gameplay smooth. The sound effects and music is what you would expect, nothing spectacular, but not annoying either. What is interesting about this game is that for children, you don't have to be the best or come in 1st. You can simply take a ride on a river or cart through exotic and interesting places and enjoy the sights. My little sister is only 3 years old and yet she has so much fun just feeding the fish. And you don't necessary have to be a fan of Pokemon to truly enjoy this game. Developer HAL has done an good job of creating a cute, fun and often addictive strange game. In Japan Pokemon Snap is known as "Pocket Monsters Snap." Pre-owned - Includes Game Only - Rarity Rating C - Pokémon Snap game review by Prince "NES Gamers."

Product Details

  • UPC: 045496870478
  • Platform: Nintendo 64
  • Region: NTSC (North America)
  • Compatibility: Rumble Pak
  • ESRB Rating: "E" for Everyone
  • Genre: Adventure/Action
  • Condition: Pre-owned

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This product was added to our catalog on Saturday 08 March, 2014.

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