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Pokemon: Adventures on the Orange Islands DVD Review

This bundle has all 36 episodes of Ash Ketchum’s Adventures on the Orange Islands. Is it worth grabbing? We review it!
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Pokemon: Adventures on the Orange Islands DVD Review - Reviewed by Kidzworld on May 30, 2008
( Rating: 4 Star Rating)

This bundle has all 36 episodes of Ash Ketchum’s Adventures on the Orange Islands. Is it worth grabbing? We review it!

While on the hunt for a rare and mysterious Pokeball for Professor Oak, Ash Ketchum, Misty and Brock travel to the Orange Islands and end up in a world of Pokemon-battling adventure! Here's our review of what's inside the Pokemon: Adventures on the Orange Islands DVD set.

Fun in the Sand and Sun

This three DVD set puts all 36 episodes of Ash's adventures together to bring you over nine hours of the cartoon Pokemon TV show. It's a massive pile of cartoon fun that's full of cool new Pokemon, Team Rocket's crazy antics and a look at Pokemon 4Ever with a preview video.

Powerful Pokemon

If you like Pokemon, or even just a good adventure story, this DVD set is great! It pulls all the Orange Island adventures together so it's like watching a really, really, really (and then some) long movie. Plus, Team Rocket is a blast and watching a Magikarp try to eat James' head is worth the price of the entire DVD set!

Weak Against...

The biggest bummer with this DVD set is the extras. From the absolutely awful subtitles that miss lines all over the place and can even randomly turn on while you're watching, to "DVD Extras" that aren't worth beans, they're lacking. Even just a few free Pokemon cards would have been an improvement.

DVD-licious?

Loaded with hours and hours of cartoon adventure, Pokemon: Adventures on the Orange Islands DVD set is a worth grabbing. The episodes are fun, Ash and his friends are a hoot and Team Rocket is hilarious. The subtitles suck and the extras are weak, but otherwise it's great.

Rating:4

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