With a name like that, how could it not rule?
The new product coming out in April merges the companies’ most symbolic products into one just as the two toy makers have fused together.
“Pocket Monster Advance Generation Game of Life” requires players to race toward a goal, collecting Pokemon, forcing them to fight competitors and striving to achieve qualifications such as a Pokemon doctor along the way.
Unlike the regular “The Game of Life,” where players’ pieces are model vehicles, the Pokemon version uses Monster Balls. “Pocket Monster Advance Generation Game of Life” will cost 3,780 yen. A pocket version is due to go on sale in June at a recommended retail price of 892 yen.
I used to love the Game of Life when I was a kid.