Pikkdogs Review and Criticism of Pokemon TCG Online

Wednesday, December 14th, 2011

A  big hello to all you OHKOers out there, this is Pikkdogs here with a review of the Pokemon TCG Online.  My extra-dimensionary sidekick Pedro is also here.

Hey Pikkdogs, hasn’t TAndrewT already done something like this?

Well, yes. And you can read it here.

Wasn’t it a good article?

It was a good article.

So why are you doing it again? 

Well…………….I’m not sure, but I am doing it.

Okay, fair enough. 

Did you know that TAndrewT is a doctor of Chemistry?

Like the guys on the Big Bang Theory?

Yes.  Well kind of.  But those guys are  physicists.

One can only wonder why such an accomplished person can write on such a crappy website.  We usually get dumb people who only have master’s degrees like you.  So, what does Dr. T do?

Well, I looked it up, but I think I need a chemistry degree to understand it.  One of his papers is titled, “Enhanced Stability and Bioconjugation of Photo-Cross-Linked Polystyrene-Shell, Au-Core Nanoparticles.”   I started reading it a while ago, it’s pretty good.  I will be through reading the title in about a week.

Well, if he ever moves in with a physicist, has friends who are engineers

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A Review of Pokemon TCG Online

Sunday, March 27th, 2011

Hey everyone in Omar-Nation.  This is Pikkdogs here with a short review of the new Pokemon TCG Online game.  This is the online TCG simulator that we’ve been hearing about.  It isn’t in its final version yet, its still in Beta testing, but you can still play with some theme decks right now.  You can find it at www.pokemontcg.com.

Right now Pokemon TCG Online doesn’t feel like the online version of the game that we’re all waiting for, it kinda feels like just a cheap Flash game.  But that could all change, in time it could become more comprehensive.

How it Works

The game is fairly simple to play.  They computer automatically deals you a hand of 7 cards, and you pick your starter and bench by clicking on the Pokemon.  After you pick heads or tails, you play out your hand as if it were a card game.  To attach an energy you click on the energy you want to attach, and then click the Pokemon you want to attach it to.  To play a trainer, stadium, or supporter card you just click it and the computer does the effect of the attack for you, unless you need to …

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