At least, for these first few episodes. I might have a change of opinion once Serena joins the group, but so far this series has been outstanding.
-I love how varied the teams are for the characters (even Eureka gets to have a Pokémon!) with each Kalos starter belonging to a main character a la AG instead of Satoshi getting all three.
-It's really cool that Satoshi, Serena, Eureka, and Citron are around the same age and height. It makes their relationships more unique
Updated 9th November 2013 at 03:03 AM by MizuTaipu
All those Youtube comments on XY anime videos are really annoying. I can see the complaints that Satoshi is the star of the series again or that the Rocket gang still stalk Satoshi and co. (although their attempts to catch Pikachu became somewhat infrequent recently), at least those are legitimate complains, IMO. But comments like "Shouldn't Ash be, like, 27 by now?" just really irritate me.
If those people had a modicum of common sense, they would internalize the fact that
Flying Press- the dual type move.
Pretty much called it.
I think, with Gen 6 pretty much here and everything, we should take a look at what the Gen 5 main series games gave to the franchise and the Pokémon fandom. I'll try to keep it brief and condensed. I'm not much for writing my thoughts down extemporaneously so bear with me.
-Gen 5 helped solidify the small boom of popularity the franchise received in the late 2000's/early 2010's with nostalgic 20 year-olds that began with the English release of HG/SS. Of course, it also strengthened
I ordered Pokémon X from Amazon last month and I just remembered that it won't be delivered to my house until the 16th. I'm not sure if I have the willpower to avoid fansites for 4 days until it comes.