Well, E3 and CoroCoro have come and gone and we definitely got some new info on ORAS. So we finally have some concrete information on the games now and have a feel for what they're going to be like. And while the game does look nice in some ways, there's one thing that really bothers me about the general direction of these games.
They seem more willing to recreate this game as accurately as they can as opposed to going back and improving on the originals' flaws to make it feel more
E3 has come and gone, and we've been treated to a flood of new game info. And now that the E3 coverage is over (Nintendo really stretched out their announcements this year), I thought I'd offer my two cents on the new reveals.
So first there was Microsoft. Now, this year, Microsoft had a change in leadership: Phil Spencer had taken over this year as the head of the Xbox division of Microsoft. And he brought with him a change in direction, leading up to E3 he mentioned that Microsoft
We've hit a lull in between game releases. XY are already starting to fade into memory, and there seems to be no solid direction and seemingly endless possibilities for the series to take nowadays. It seems like there's no easy answers for what's next. So today, I'm going to offer my 2 cents on what I think may happen in general for the rest of 6th gen.
First of all, we have to establish a timeline for the rest of this generation that inform us of how much time we have left in 6th
April Ruby and Fools Sapphire
I'm trying to make sure I transfer over everything I need into X in the short term before my Bank subscription runs out, and I have just about everything I need, except for a few Hidden Ability Pokemon that I want to keep on hand for trades. The problem is that I don't have a complete grasp on which ones are valuable. So here's the ones that I'm unsure about: