1UP reviews Pokemon Diamond/Pearl for the Nintendo DS, which is available now. Video after the break. Here’s the bottom line:

After ten years of Game Boy Pokemon catching and battling, the core game mechanic still holds up as an addictive game design — tons of strategic depth and gameplay that’s incredibly rewarding; it’s one of those games that offers an enormous sense of accomplishment for even the littlest things performed

[via IGN]

1UP reviews Pokemon Diamond/Pearl for the Nintendo DS, which is available now. Video after the break. Here’s the bottom line:

After ten years of Game Boy Pokemon catching and battling, the core game mechanic still holds up as an addictive game design — tons of strategic depth and gameplay that’s incredibly rewarding; it’s one of those games that offers an enormous sense of accomplishment for even the littlest things performed

[via IGN]