Pokemon: Revolution is a Windows game that has you trying to "catch them all".
Pokémon is a widely popular card game and television show that was created in Japan back in 1996. True to its popular nature, many video and PC games have been created using imagery and back story from the original franchise. Pokemon: Revolution is one of them.
In Pokemon: Revolution, the user plays a Pokémon trainer. Your goal is to collect Pokémon of various shapes, sizes and danger levels so you can train them for battle. Along the way, you might meet other trainers, a Pokémon master who's incredibly adept at training or even foes you need to do battle with. In addition, you can have basic conversations or receive instructions from other NPCs (non-played characters) in the game.
Pokemon: Revolution can be fun to play for a little while, but its graphics are quite basic and blocky. It's easy enough to maneuver your character, but there aren't really any features that make it stand out from other games of its kind.
Diehard fans will likely want to give Pokemon: Revolution a try.