Okay, okay, wait a minute, I at least gotta share this.
Okay, 90s and 80s generation. You should know this game if you've played it. Pokemon Puzzle League. It was like some Pokemon version of Tetris attack, and it'd be put off as something akin to Bejeweled nowadays. The classic "connect three" of something puzzle game. It was on the Nintendo 64 and probably usually only ended up getting the game if your parents picked it out because you were into Pokemon and wha-la! It had the name on it so it must make you happy.
(Ironically my mom was a very smart person and knew the difference between a good game and a bullshit one. She still got this anyway because we all loved puzzle games, including her.)
You're welcomed with this opening when you pop in the game, and this is the only animated cutscene I can remember that is in the game. Already you can tell that there's the instrumental bloopy version of the Pokemon theme from the show.
Now, the theme playing through the cutscene?
Now think back to when we had all those "pop songs" done for Pokemon on Pikachu's Jukebox.
This game is chock full of instrumental versions of all the songs. And I thought that was kinda neat.
Misty's theme in the game? "Catch Me if you Can" from the Pikachu Short from the First Movie.
Brock's theme in the game? "Viridian City" which you can find on the 2.B.A Master album (I don't mean the actual theme to Viridian City from Red/Blue/Green)
Seriously, look up the themes for these guys from Pokemon Puzzle League and see if you can find out who's theme is what song.
There's even some music from the anime show itself in this game.
That's Giovanni's theme in the game.
So, yeah, guess what I'm trying to say is that this game is packed with a ton of nostalgia other than being on the 64 and being Pokemon. When you get to the harder levels of this game too, it's really challenging. For me anyway. I'm sure there are some people out there who no-lifed this game and could beat it in circles around me.
It's on the Wii's shop (Not Wii U, to be specific, the original Wii's shop.) I'd like to recommend this game to anybody that would like some kind of casual puzzle game like Bejeweled, or something really presenting a challenge.