Unlimited 150 review.
Yet another card that completely rewrites the text of an
old card, at least this time the older version wasn't
really used at all. Still, it’s annoying as it merely
causes confusion when the old version is used when they
could easily have just given the card a new name.
Anyway, onto the actual card… even though it is better
than the old Max Revive, it’s still not a very good
card. With a draw engine Pokémon like Claydol (Great
Encounters) or Uxie LV.X on your bench this becomes a
much better card, allowing you to retrieve a crucial
Pokémon, more important in a singleton format than when
you can just run four of a card!
However, there are many cards that do the same job but
so much better, especially as they don’t require
additional draw support. There’s Pokémon Rescue that
does exactly the same but puts it straight into your
hand (for neutral card advantage) or the same again with
Pokémon Retriever which, although it can’t get LV.X or
LEGEND cards it also comes with the option of shuffling
3 Pokémon back into your deck instead.
2 (Not dreadful in its own right but outclassed by
several older cards.)