Pokémon has had Wi-Fi for five years now, and we are finally getting our first official Wi-Fi tournament. That should be a cause for celebration shouldn't it? I mean, this is the first time that players outside of Japan or America can enter an official tournament without having to travel somewhere. Well, this isn't a time to be celebrating because of one simple reason - the majority of people cannot accept a loss.
Today marked the
Anyone who knows me will know that I think Sound of the Sky is the best thing since sliced bread (In fact, it's better than sliced bread) so I didn't hesitate in ordering Beez Entertainment's release of the title. It was released last Monday, and I ordered it the following day. Every day it didn't arrive after being dispatched made my hatred for the postal service grow more and more. It finally arrived this morning - hallelujah!
" 'Pokémon' - A Happy Memory Gone Stale?"
In September 2006 "Pokémon Diamond and Pearl Versions" were released on the Nintendo DS. These games contained a new feature that caused a sudden boom in the activity of the Pokémon fandom: Wi-Fi. Now people could trade and battle online; uniting a global community. Almost five years have passed since then, and what do we have?
"Hax" is a word I hear people shout
Updated 9th January 2011 at 07:07 PM by Joshawott
Social Karenism – A Truth Within The Truth? An in-depth view of Conformity within Pokémon.
"Strong Pokémon. Weak Pokémon. That is only the selfish perception of people. Truly skilled Trainers should try to win with the Pokémon they love best. I like your style. You understand what's important. Go on--the Champion is waiting." - Karen, Indigo Plateau (GSC/HGSS)
Perhaps one of the most poignant quotes within the entire Pokémon franchise. Many Pokémon players