Pokémon Brilliant Diamond

released on Nov 18, 2021

Revisit the Sinnoh region and the story of the Pokémon Diamond Version game
Experience the nostalgic story from the Pokémon Diamond Version game in a reimagined adventure, Pokémon™ Brilliant Diamond, now on the Nintendo Switch™ system! Adventures in the Pokémon Brilliant Diamond game will take place in the familiar Sinnoh region. Rich in nature and with mighty Mount Coronet at its heart, Sinnoh is a land of many myths passed down through the ages. You’ll choose either Turtwig, Chimchar, or Piplup to be your first partner Pokémon and then set off on your journey to become the Champion of the Pokémon League. Along the way, you’ll be able to encounter the Legendary Pokémon Dialga.

Adventure together with the Pokémon that appeared in the Pokémon Diamond Version game. Players of the original games can revisit familiar places and relive familiar scenes, while first time players can enjoy plenty of fun encounters and surprises that the Sinnoh region has to offer. The original story and the scale of the Sinnoh region’s towns and routes have been faithfully reproduced. This remake has also been revitalized with some of the player-friendly features of modern Pokémon games and up-close-and-personal Pokémon battle scenes.

Whether you played Pokémon Diamond Version or Pokémon Pearl Version back in the day or you’re encountering these games for the first time, there’s something for everyone to enjoy.

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terrible, calco 1:1 del original sin aportar nada y unos gráficos que me aterran

i forgot this game existed lol but i still fully played the game and had fun
i like walking around with my pokebuddies

Gamefreak makes "worst remake ever," asked to leave the game industry

After around 160 hours played, I finished almost everything I wanted to do with this game. Now I will only enter sometimes when I want some pokes to beat the Sinnoh league to get the Sinnoh Champion League Ribbon. Oh, and still have to complete the Pokédex in this game (I'm missing around 50 monsters) but so so many Pokémon games at the same time, I guess I will save that for another time.
Overall it was a lot of fun, there are tons of extra features like the Grand Underground or the Ramanas Park that makes it worth. It's not perfect and certainly not the best remake of a main series Pokémon game (so far nothing beats SoulSIlver/HeartGold), but I guess I understand as they were focus in the rest. Will Black/White remakes become the peak of remakes in the future? I hope so.

I was really hoping for an ORAS style remake for D/P/P, this is really boring in comparison. It's literally just exactly the same thing

why should i play this game when Platinum exists?