And good lord is it fun. I dunno how coherent it is online, but its good enough. N is such a god damn creeper though. Loved the God Speed reference in the beginning.
Updated 25th December 2012 at 12:28 PM by Contrary
To be clear its obvious the DS is done with. No more shall it offer us a Pokemon game and PMD's jump to the 3DS shows the franchise is moving on. However though, the main games still might be stuck with gen 5, or more importantly Unova based.Why this has to do with Genesect is more obvious then it seems, and that's what this blog is about. No threads have been made, or apparently for me it doesn't seem so, and I would like to flesh out this idea before jumping the shark and making a thread which
Why the hell is Rayquaza being not only in the finals, but being promoted for the final prize alongside the other 2? HUH!? Is there something you want to tell us TPC, and you're just playing coy? HUH?! Seriously though, great to see the Weather Trio,even though it would be more fitting to call them the Sphere Trio both cause of the orbs and cause of the ecosphere's they represent, being put in the spotlight, and hopefully RSEmakes do come out eventually. I need me some Mt Chimney castelia style.
Only on the first rival battle but some notes:
-That rival music is pure ear worm.
-The menus. Good lord the menus. Love the neon bits for the start menu. And what's this, new battle screen? WELL DAMN. Love the big, central fight button.
-My imagination, or is this game faster then BW?
-More menu goodness! The route things are surprisingly fresh. Not gonna ruin it for you guys, but they are quite a surprise.
Updated 23rd June 2012 at 07:10 AM by Mitzman!
Let me make it clear that I'm no conspiracy theorist and I know that it could be anything from a sonic boom to distant thunder. But lord is it scary. Its not just the fact that I heard the rumble, its the feeling you get when you hear it. And this isn't the only strange feeling the planets been giving me lately. A couple of days ago the trees were swaying as if a gust of wind past by, but nothing of that notion passed by. Then the sun was completely visible, with me looking at it for a good whole