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NintendoWorldReport (Oct 03, 2012)
As a Creatures, Inc. developed application, everything is highly polished and works as it's supposed to. It's not especially fun (though my face-off with each legendary critter was a heart-pounding experience), and the clear purpose of the application is to obtain Pokémon and items to transfer to the upcoming sequels. If you plan to own either Black 2 or White 2, this is a necessity, as it will give you a leg up in the game (as well as some exclusive Pokémon). If you don't plan on getting either game, don’t mistake this title for a neat eShop diversion. There is nothing here for you.
Nintendo Life (Oct 06, 2012)
Pokémon Dream Radar is a fun diversion for Pokémon fans that ties in well with the newly released Black and White 2. Providing a fun way to earn otherwise unobtainable or hard to find Pokémon, combined with a very low price point ($2.99 in North America) make it a super effective purchase for those wrapped up in the series. If catching them all isn't your cup of tea, there's nothing for you here; if you're the type of person with Pikachu bedsheets then you've probably already added funds to your eShop account for this.
3D Juegos (Oct 18, 2012)
Pokémon RAdar cumple su función como aplicación descargable para Nintendo 3DS: expandir, en este caso, la experiencia de Pokémon Edición Blanca / Negra 2 mediante la captura de nuevas criaturas aprovechando la tecnología de realidad aumentada. Su público está limitado a los poseedores del último videojuego de la serie, pero el planteamiento es correcto e ideal para aquellos que sólo esperen obtener alguna especie más, y puede que unos cuantos objetos, a cambio de tres euros.
DarkZero (Oct 25, 2012)
Pokémon Dream Radar is a limited game that mainly appeals to kids or the hardcore Pokémon fan. There are no reason to own this game if you have yet to purchase Pokémon Black Version 2 or White version 2. If you are a parent, then buying this title will no doubt offer fun for your kids, and the asking price of £2.69 is not too much of a pocket burner for getting the exclusive legendaries, hidden abilities and items. I can honestly say that the number below for the review does not mean much when it comes to this game. You already know if you are buying it or not and there are no problems with how the game works; it just feels weird to call it anything other than a mini-game add-on for Pokémon fans. In that regard, it does well.
Pocket Gamer UK (Oct 29, 2012)
Ultimately pointless if you don't own Pokemon Black and White 2, Pokemon Dream Radar is, however, an absolute must-buy for Pokefans
XGN (Oct 24, 2012)
Voor de Pokémon-fans was de vraag of ze de tweede versie van Black en White zouden halen irrelevant. Bezitten zij een 3DS, is het al even nutteloos voor hen om te twijfelen over Dream Radar. Voor 2,99 euro krijg je namelijk Tornadus, Thundurus, en Landorus in een ander uiterlijk en bovendien goede vechtertjes zoals Staryu met een Hidden Ability. Dat is iets wat de doelgroep wil. Kritisch gezien stelt het niet veel voor door de zwakke balans in de upgrades en de kleine uitdaging. Afijn, heb het voor lief. Een zesje lijkt daarom respectabel.
D+PAD Magazine (Nov 14, 2012)
Don’t buy unless you have Pokémon Black 2 or White 2, but if you do, it’s a great addition to your arsenal.
Mag'64 (Dec 02, 2012)
Abwechslung, hemmungsloser Spielspaß und Ideenreichtum – all das hat das „Pokémon Traumradar“ nicht zu bieten. Der Titel ist einzig und allein als Fan-Service zu betrachten, der Pokémon-Fanatikern die Chance gibt, besonders seltene Exemplare auf ihre Titel zu übertragen. Das Spielprinzip des Titels ist sehr eintönig und man spielt das Spiel im Grunde nicht um seiner selbst Willen – sprich: zwecks Spielspaß – sondern lediglich, um endlich auf die legendären Pokémon einzutüten. Verschmerzbar ist indes der günstige Preis von gerade mal 2,99 Euro.
Wii Brasil (2012)
Por seu caráter etéreo, Pokémon Dream Radar é um jogo difícil de recomendar para pessoas que não têm interesse em Black 2 ou White 2. Por si só, ele não oferece nenhum esquema de jogabilidade interessante o suficiente para valer uma compra - mas fãs dos RPGs encontrarão valor nos Pokémon exclusivos e nos itens bônus.
Cubed3 (Oct 21, 2012)
Pokémon Dream Radar seems to be the sort of title that players will come back to at least once a day, just to see what Pokémon and items they can capture each time round. The cheap price of the game is somewhat appealing, but the main attraction is that of capturing the trio of legendary Therian Forme Pokémon on offer, so players will have to decide whether they want to spend £2.69 to get them or not. Unfortunately, there isn't an awful lot else to come back for, but it is proof that augmented reality and motion controls work extremely well together. For those that don't own Pokémon Black Version 2 or Pokémon White Version 2, however, remember to avoid this one.
Vandal Online (Oct 31, 2012)
Ciertamente hemos quedado decepcionados porque esperábamos más de un juego de Pokémon con Realidad Aumentada, sin embargo, en esta ocasión no hay una oferta de verdad, solo un extra para un juego completo y magnífico como es Pokémon Edición Blanca 2 o Pokémon Edición Negra 2. Si tienes este, no es mala idea tener Radar Pokémon, pero solo en ese caso.
Cheat Code Central (Oct 15, 2012)
Although the available Pokémon change as the player goes through the game, the gameplay remains the same, and is always extremely basic. Spin around, find clouds, zap orbs and Pokémon. That's all she wrote. Whether you'll want to plunk down a few bucks for Pokémon Dream Radar depends on how much you really want to obtain the Pokémon it offers—unless you just really enjoy spinning around and pressing the A button.