What is better, Pokemon Black or White?

  1. I am going to buy one version, but does one have more pokemon to catch or better legendaries?

    User Info: stranger094

    stranger094 - 10 years ago
  2. What about white forest? Aren't there more pokemon to catch there?

    User Info: stranger094

    stranger094 - 10 years ago

Top Voted Answer

  1. Id say Black is more good because you can level your pokemons easly and catch same pokemons on white (via dream world) more downside about white is you need a copy of PKMN Black to fully use the white forest....

    User Info: AEverydayGamer

    AEverydayGamer - 8 years ago 23   5


  1. No,
    The two have the same ammount of pokemon to catch but I will tell you something,what do you like most?
    If you like The pokemon Zekrom and old fashion cities,buy Pokemon White.

    If you like The pokemon Reshiram and technologic cities buy Pokemon Black.
    Hope this help.

    User Info: Fenrir7u

    Fenrir7u - 10 years ago 25   8
  2. Yeah, i have pokemon black, but the fact that you can catch pokemon from older generations in white forest makes me kinda wish i chose white. But i liked reshiram better sooo..... Just follow ur heart man. (that sounded so stupid didnt it?)

    User Info: sillysixpin

    sillysixpin - 8 years ago 10   3
  3. Well... pokemon black is best if you like modern technology and want to quickly train your pokemons and pokemon white is best if you like nature-based life and want to catch a lot of pokemons

    User Info: Mugiloko

    Mugiloko - 8 years ago 7   2
  4. There's really no saying which is better than which.

    Pokemon Black has the white colored Reshiram, while Pokemon White has the black colored Zekrom. Like any games in the series, each version will have Pokemon exclusive to a certain version.
    Also, Pokemon White has White Forest, which includes catching rare pokemon there.

    It's all your taste in color, that's all.

    User Info: ZebuFrenzy

    ZebuFrenzy - 8 years ago 8   4
  5. you chosse for whats best for u dude. but i say white cause Zekrom is awsome.8D

    User Info: MACKIE8

    MACKIE8 - 8 years ago 5   2
  6. While "White Forest" is supposed to have 32 exclusive pokemon, the base differences in the pokemon of the two versions are equal. I believe the others are from the national pokedex. check this->serebii.net/blackwhite/blackcitywhiteforest.shtml<- for details though.

    User Info: Maniac_Fish

    Maniac_Fish - 10 years ago 2   0
  7. Well dude, u should understand something, pokemon black=reshiram, reshiram has a higher sp.attack stat than zekrom, so if u like special attacks more than physical attacks (which i do) choose black. Pokemon white=zekrom, has a higher attack stat than reshiram, so if u like physical attacks more than sp.attacks choose white. Simple.

    User Info: Deimos3000

    Deimos3000 - 8 years ago 6   5
  8. You should get Pokemon Black Version if you like battling trainers.
    You should get Pokemon White Version if you like catching Pokemon.

    User Info: SirEevee

    SirEevee - 8 years ago 6   7
  9. Black has black city , legendary dragon reshiram (dragon fire) , some pokemon which dont appear in pokemon white
    White has white forest, legendary dragon zekrom (dragon electric) , some pokemon which dont appear in pokemon black

    User Info: skillysantos

    skillysantos - 9 years ago 3   5
  10. Black specializes in battles and EXP, while white specializes in catching pokemon(white forest and black city).

    User Info: Rouge_511

    Rouge_511 - 8 years ago 3   5
  11. Well there is opinions but each had different pokes but I would suggest both.

    User Info: Awesomerich2000

    Awesomerich2000 - 8 years ago 2   4
  12. Ok buy if u buy black u get trainers and sidequests if u buy white then u get pokemon and sidequest and u can't catch that many good pokemon in white forest it's ur choose

    User Info: Acdcgamer2605

    Acdcgamer2605 - 8 years ago 1   4
  13. I think you SHOULD if you WANT to buy black for me its better.

    User Info: Suicuned

    Suicuned - 10 years ago 1   8

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