I finished the main story last Friday. I took my sweet time, yep, but it was worth every moment. I have to say this is, if not the best, at the very least one of the best Pokémon games in the entire series. Wall of text ahead, you know.
The main factor that made Pokémon White an incredible experience was the plot and the characters. By and far, the best in the entire franchise. No ifs or buts. They truly blew everything they had done before out of the water. I mean it. We had an
Updated 22nd March 2011 at 10:57 AM by Orion-Sama
Well, this is the final week before the worldwide release of Pokémon Black and White. As I've done before elsewhere, I feel like looking back to the Generation we're leaving behind.
I have to say, the fourth Generation of Pokémon was similar to a three-course meal. It had a very tasty soup, but it wasn't that good as you kept sipping on it, and the flavor lost its initial thunder really quickly. Then we were presented with a familiar main course, which, even though already known,
So RS Remakes talk is banned until there's more "proof"... lol. Yet the GS Remake thread went on since the 3rd Gen days and was never stopped.
Gotta love the bias around here huh? But perhaps I shouldn't criticize higher-ups decisions here, either. Fun or divergent opinions are not allowed, after all.
Oh well. Just felt like pointing this out for the lulz. Incoming warning? You bet. 8D
Updated 30th January 2011 at 08:49 PM by Orion-Sama
Apparently, losing the Poison Type and becoming prettier (Even though your "opposite" was already pretty enough) turns you into a Purity Sue.
Apparently, having passion for something such as Pokémon Battles, where you end up crying after you lose, means you're dumb. By extension, emotions are dumb. Clearly, people should learn what words actually mean before uttering stupid statements like these.
Updated 30th January 2011 at 08:55 PM by Orion-Sama
Originally Posted by Momohime It always seemed like projecting to me. I mean, from the player's standpoint, you are facing yourself in the future when you're considered the strongest trainer in the region, and you're so strong you separate yourself from the rest of the world. That's bound to give people some illusion of badass on this kid.
I don't know about others, but I always viewed Red as an easter egg battle, not proof that he's the Pokemon world's Kenshiro. The fanart that shows him as a badass bothers me
Updated 30th January 2011 at 08:54 PM by Orion-Sama