Spyspotter presents… Gen VI Pokémon reviews!
by, 22nd August 2013 at 07:29 PM (179 Views)
Generation VI. From what we've heard so far, it's probably going to be the most ambitious generation yet. Fairy type. Mega evolution. I could go on. And then, there's the Pokémon. I noticed a few other users did this, so I will do this as well.
Chespin: It's alright. It has a solid design, and it is probably the most original Gen VI starter.
Fennekin: Argh, I can't stand this one. It's a Vulpix with its awesomeness removed and made "cuter". Why this is a fan favorite I do not know. (I'm probably going to get flamed for this.)
Froakie: Although we have a few frog Pokémon, this guy looks different from them and is at least somewhat original. Not much more to say on this one.
Xerneas: Again, I don't get this one. At least the light effects prevent this from being an irredeemable Pokémon.
Yveltal: Its name is hard to pronounce, but design-wise it's awesome. A little Lugia-esque, maybe, but still!
Sylveon: Ugh. Based on this Pokémon, I don't think the fairy type will be as cool as some people say. I probably could write an essay ranting about this Pokémon, but I won't (mostly because I don't want to be flamed).
Gogoat: Probably my favorite Gen VI Pokémon yet, he's unique and looks awesome. Probably won't be good in battle, but you never know…
Scatterbug: The new Caterpie. Very unoriginal. Why can't every generation release unique regional bugs?
Spewpa and Vivilion: Same thing. Totally unoriginal.
Pancham: He's alright I guess. He's a panda, and that's about it. At least the leaf gives him some personality.
Goronda: The person who designed him, on the other hand, actually was thinking. This Kung Fu Panda looks meaner and stronger than the other sorry excuse for a Dark-Fighting.
Fletchling: The new regional bird. At least its color scheme is unique among them.
Talonflame: I don't like his name, but he is unique among regional bird evolutions. Not much to say about this guy.
Helioptile: I don't see the hype in him, but at least he is original and doesn't have a trashy design. The Normal as a secondary type, though, annoys me.
Skrelp: His design is a bit trashy, and this looks like Horsea and Tentacool's love child. I guess you can't expect a design to be perfect.
More coming soon, kids!
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