The presentation in Pokemon SoulSilver Version and its HeartGold co-release isn’t a technical masterpiece, but it works well for the series. The games haven’t evolved too much over the years, but fans will notice subtle changes and visual improvements. This game fits the mold perfectly, and it shines greatly thanks to a vast color palette, detailed character and Pokemon sprites, and overall variety in its design.
Like the before it, HeartGold and SoulSilver will take up a lot of your time. Aside from the lengthy story, there are also a lot of side quests to take on, minigames to play, and over 400 Pokemon to seek out and capture. Add both local and to the mix, and you’ve got a very long-lasting . Due to the fact that there are a handful of exclusive Monsters in both Pokemon HeartGold and Pokemon SoulSilver Version, hardcore Pokemon completists will definitely want to trade with their friends and other gamers to obtain every last creature in the game, adding even more value to this package.