Here we are, in another chapter of Tribulations of Great Pokémon! This is the third time Generation 1 Pokémon are covered. The lack of votes from before is disappointing, so I hope today will be better. In this series, I will attempt to find out the troubles involved in raising certain great Pokémon in the games, because I believe that the potential of a Pokémon is similarly balanced by the troubles you need to go through to perfect them, which couldn’t be experienced in simulators. Who did
(Important to Note: This minigame doesn't appear in this game; this picture is here merely
because it's a very eye-catching picture that is a Rhythm Heaven and Pokemon crossover.
Besides, I want to add a picture to make the presentation of this blog more interesting.)
Alright, I am going to end this series, because I dislike leaving an article series unfinished! While I had this typed long ago, I decided to upload it now because
This is something interesting to share: a Hip Hop Mickey Mouse toy! Called Master Moves Mickey (M3), this toy looks pretty sweet. I love a good laugh, so I am glad I seen one in action. Here's the ad of this toy: Here is another video that showcases the toy. Mickey saying "I'm so cool, my ice cream doesn't melt!" made me laugh.
Thanks for reading.
Yesterday, these following people sent me a VM about my birthday:
Recently, I posted an article at PE2K to close the Grass-types review I did there. The time this was published and the last article was long, actually, but I think I did a good job, even if I have to remove a couple of awards because I am not sure how to approach them (manga and TCG). I don't want the BMGF guys to miss out on this, so I will put out around half of the list here since there is a 20 image limit in blogs (that would make it less than 20, but I am sure you could check the original article