by, 15th November 2012 at 04:03 AM (616 Views)
The postman came with Pokemon for me today - I found a cheap copy of both Pokemon Diamond and Pokemon Pinball Ruby and Sapphire, both games I've never owned. I played a bit of the original Pokemon Pinball when it was a new game and have played through Platinum for my Gen IV fix.
I haven't spent much time playing either game - still playing White 2, trying to complete as much of the Pokedex as I can without trading with my copy of White - just put them in my DS to see if they worked. Took a bit of convincing and blowing to get them working, but they both got there eventually. Pokemon Pinball seemed great from the one game I played, I look forward to playing a bit more of it - I'll be playing through the GameCube probably.
But the more eventful thing was turning on Diamond - and the PC box that awaited me...
I have the ever so slight feeling that the shiny Mew, three Rayquaza (one in the party), around four Latios and shiny Jirachi on the game are probably not the signs of a game which has legitimately caught Pokemon. There's a few other legendaries across the rest of the boxes, and of all things a Paras and a Sudowoodo in the main party, which are obviously the Pokemon you'd choose when you have a box like this.
Nintendo need to fix this - remove all backwards compatibility when the first real 3DS Pokemon title comes out - and come up with a system to verify the legitimacy of Pokemon and patch the game whenever exploits come up.
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