so yeah... i gave up on the anniversery bash as it came and went.
anyway... i decided to do another coloum about why pokemon DOES matter to the world
part 1 is about the game and it's influences
part 2 is about the tcg and the toys
part 3 is about the anime and the movies
part 4 is about the fandom
part 5 is about the cultural impact other than fandom and the media.
part 6 is about the cultural impact in the media.
yeah, i finally got back into the forum. this is because i really don't like forums as much as i first did, which explains my constant disappearances on most of my current forums
anyway... the reason why parts 3 and 4 of my pokemon anniversary bash have been taking so long is because i just lost interest in my blog as pretty much no one ever reads it. but i getting to it again.
by the way... is this annoying?
Updated 21st August 2012 at 04:46 PM by returnofmastercrazyhand
with no wi-fi! the stupid hotel my mom chose costs EIGHT DOLLARS A DAY for wi-fi! so yeah. i'll be gone sfor the most part starting 12:00 U.S. central time ( @Water Max you do know where Chicago is right? because that's the main city in my time zone)
Updated 21st August 2012 at 04:47 PM by returnofmastercrazyhand
okay so the golden age of pokemon made everyone fear making a rival as digimon faded into obscurity. then came yu-gi-oh, which gained so much popularity that it made pokemon have worse sales in gen 3 than in any previous generation. then pokemon somehow bounced back after the release of emerald. why? 2 reasons. 1: yu-gi-oh was slowly dying during the GX era and many fans must've reverted back to pokemon. 2: nintendo just introduced the DS and the fact that it was touch enabled AND had 2 screens
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