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Started by JrDude, August 12, 2011, 02:19:33 AM

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August 12, 2011, 02:19:33 AM Last Edit: August 12, 2011, 02:20:29 AM by JrDude 益
[youtube]http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=GmLLBp859EE[/youtube]
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Sounds like it may come to be. And you people basically "confirmed" it wasn't gonna exist. Though this technically doesn't confirm it, it basically does.
DIScuss changes that you want to be made, and expectations. DS or 3DS?

Custom

i want it not to suck like black and white
those games were the easiest pokemon games i've ever played
they were very slow paced, go back and play leafgreen or firered, you run faster in those games than the bike in black and white
black and white were big ugly tricks that made you look at all the detail and garbage visuals and cut out the fun rpg parts of the games and made them too easy and had too many ugly pokemon

FIX EVERYTHING
also it better be 3ds only
intercourse  you slow ass ds users

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Hero_of_Darkness

Quote from: Custom on August 12, 2011, 02:24:33 AM
i want it not to suck like black and white
those games were the easiest pokemon games i've ever played
they were very slow paced, go back and play leafgreen or firered, you run faster in those games than the bike in black and white
black and white were big ugly tricks that made you look at all the detail and garbage visuals and cut out the fun rpg parts of the games and made them too easy and had too many ugly pokemon

FIX EVERYTHING
also it better be 3ds only
intercourse  you slow ass ds users

WTF?

Yeah, make it 3DS.

Neerb

I want the first 3DS version to ACTUALLY USE THE TECHNOLOGY and have a fully 3D game instead of sprites.

Grey version needs to somehow be 2-way compatible with Black/White.

I want Grey to be DS just so it isn't more of an insult to Black/White owners. Releasing it on 3DS without being fully modernized would be insulting to 3DS owners, and making it fully modernized would make Black/White nothing more than chunks of plastic and metal in comparison.

DededeCloneChris

Uh, people, Gray isn't happening. Stop fantasizing about there being a third version.

Kayo

Quote from: MooglePlayerChris on August 12, 2011, 08:13:24 AM
Uh, people, Gray isn't happening. Stop fantasizing about there being a third version.
Wow I don't know what the intercourse  is wrong with you.

Red and Green got Blue. And Yellow. Gen I was complicated in Japan.
Gold and Silver got Crystal.
Ruby and Sapphire got Emerald.
Diamond and Pearl got Platinum.

There's enough circumstantial evidence to make the safe assumption that there WILL be a third version (Though it doesn't have to necessarily be called "Gray") and there's NOTHING that offers any sort of hint that there wouldn't be. Give me ONE REASON it wouldn't happen.

Also Jr, I'm not one that "confirmed it wasn't gonna exist". I knew a third version was coming since we first got B/W.

ALSO. 3DS would be really nice, as long as it can still connect to the DS easily somehow. They did this before, remember? Gold and Silver were on the Game Boy while Crystal was only for the Game Boy Color. There's a pretty decent chance of them doing that again, since it's a basic repeat of what they did 2nd gen. In both cases, the first games of the generation were on the same system that the previous generation was on. So it makes perfect sense.
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Custom

Quote from: Hero_of_Darkness on August 12, 2011, 06:50:33 AM
WTF?

Yeah, make it 3DS.


BRO
GO BACK AND PLAY A GAME LIKE LEAFGREEN
Black and white are a bunch of lies. And there is no doubt they are the easiest pokemon games. A lot of my first time friends had no trouble. I never whited out once. They're the easiest in the series.

Quote from: Viewtifulboy on March 11, 2013, 07:28:20 AM
Good job! I, Viewtifulboy, declare you the CHAMPION!

I'm the official winner of the Viewtiful Victory roleplay championship!

Kayo

Quote from: Custom on August 12, 2011, 09:45:31 AM
BRO
GO BACK AND PLAY A GAME LIKE LEAFGREEN
Black and white are a bunch of lies. And there is no doubt they are the easiest pokemon games. A lot of my first time friends had no trouble. I never whited out once. They're the easiest in the series.
Black and White didn't suck. They were fun to play, but there was no challenge. I never once whited out (or blacked out, which it was in 4th gen I think. I haven't seen what the message even is in B/W) or anything, and I took the Elite 4 down and everything after that without grinding. I beat the final boss with only 4 pokemon in my party. The main story was way too easy. Then the levels jumped by 20 when you walked into the post-E4 area but whatever. It was really fun, but I wish I didn't cut through it like butter.
I really hate how I've made more than 12,000 posts here. Thankfully this swaying, moving Chandelure makes it all worth it.
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Hero_of_Darkness

Quote from: Custom on August 12, 2011, 09:45:31 AM
BRO
GO BACK AND PLAY A GAME LIKE LEAFGREEN
Black and white are a bunch of lies. And there is no doubt they are the easiest pokemon games. A lot of my first time friends had no trouble. I never whited out once. They're the easiest in the series.

The entire series is easy as intercourse . As far as difficulty goes, Y > R/B > FR/LG > R/S/E > B/W > G/S/C > HG/SS > D/P/Pt. I can't remember the last time I whited out, and frankly you're doing something wrong if you did in any of the Gen IV games.

B/W only felt a bit easier due to the fact that you level up super fast, so you never needed to grind until you beat the game, and even then the level spike meant that you level up even faster. Perhaps a large part of it is simply that you got better?

JrDude

I haven't "whited out" in any Pokémon game in so intercourse ing long. And I'm not counting the after story battles with the secret ultra trainer.
Though, I did white out in the final part of the Plasma battle my first time. (I kept killing the legendary by accident, he weakened me, beat what's his face, then the second what's his face got killed and I killed myself with recoil, and it counted as losing)
I think Custom just sucked at Pokémon and is finally getting good?

Kayo

Only reason I know that it says "blacked out" is because of my sister sucking at Pearl (She still hasn't beaten it).

Last time I whited out was in Sapphire, and that was intentional. Actually, scratch that. A few times I've intentionally whited out in the Elite Four because I only went in there to do something like train a Pokemon to evolve (a high level evolution like 40+) and then I'd often get bored with the E4 once it evolved. And whiting out is hard to do if one of your pokemon doesn't have any non-damaging moves. I think I only managed to do an intentional white-out once.

BTW the intentional white out in Sapphire was because I was in New Mauville and the 8 year old me couldn't find the stairs out. D:
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Custom

Quote from: Hero_of_Darkness on August 12, 2011, 10:55:39 AM
The entire series is easy as intercourse . As far as difficulty goes, Y > R/B > FR/LG > R/S/E > B/W > G/S/C > HG/SS > D/P/Pt. I can't remember the last time I whited out, and frankly you're doing something wrong if you did in any of the Gen IV games.

B/W only felt a bit easier due to the fact that you level up super fast, so you never needed to grind until you beat the game, and even then the level spike meant that you level up even faster. Perhaps a large part of it is simply that you got better?


4th gen was really easy too, i hardly played those though. I spent a lot of time on black and white. they're nogood
also, pretty sure gold/silver are harder than b/w bro
it's way too slow paced to be fun. everything takes forever and the quality of the graphics aren't good enough to have a 3 minute final fantasy 13 cutscene for everything
for example, every time you fought a member of the elite four you had to watch that stupid intercourse ing poop where the stage changes or whatever and you have to climb something
i've been ev training since like r/s, so i don't think it's that i got better. they just feel bulky and lame
i still play 3rd and 1st gen games all the time

Quote from: Viewtifulboy on March 11, 2013, 07:28:20 AM
Good job! I, Viewtifulboy, declare you the CHAMPION!

I'm the official winner of the Viewtiful Victory roleplay championship!

Hero_of_Darkness

August 12, 2011, 03:40:07 PM #12 Last Edit: August 12, 2011, 03:58:37 PM by Hero_of_Darkness
Quote from: Custom on August 12, 2011, 03:05:19 PM
4th gen was really easy too, i hardly played those though. I spent a lot of time on black and white. they're nogood
also, pretty sure gold/silver are harder than b/w bro
it's way too slow paced to be fun. everything takes forever and the quality of the graphics aren't good enough to have a 3 minute final fantasy 13 cutscene for everything
for example, every time you fought a member of the elite four you had to watch that stupid intercourse ing poop where the stage changes or whatever and you have to climb something
i've been ev training since like r/s, so i don't think it's that i got better. they just feel bulky and lame
i still play 3rd and 1st gen games all the time

Other than that Miltank and the few opportunities to grind, GSC was a walk in the park. Honestly, I would have put them ahead of BW if it weren't for the fact that Red is so pathetic. Though, I might be biased because the faster leveling made me fall in love with BW post-game. (Speaking of which, you're probably going to find every Pokemon game from this point forward as easy as BW unless they revert back to the old leveling sytem or make it easier to avoid trainers.)

Honestly, though, if you're playing Pokemon for a challenge, you should just stick to Gen I.

Custom

Quote from: Hero_of_Darkness on August 12, 2011, 03:40:07 PM
Other than that Miltank and the few opportunities to grind, GSC was a walk in the park. Honestly, I would have put them ahead of BW if it weren't for the fact that Red is so pathetic. Though, I might be biased because the faster leveling made me fall in love with BW post-game. (Speaking of which, you're probably going to find every Pokemon game from this point forward as easy as BW unless they revert back to the old leveling sytem or make it easier to avoid trainers.)

Honestly, though, if you're playing Pokemon for a challenge, you should just stick to Gen I.

i enjoy pokemon just like I enjoy kirby
however some of the get a little too easy, see black and white and epic yarn

Quote from: Viewtifulboy on March 11, 2013, 07:28:20 AM
Good job! I, Viewtifulboy, declare you the CHAMPION!

I'm the official winner of the Viewtiful Victory roleplay championship!

Nayrman

Well, it better be for 3DS and be a major upgrade visually. As far as graphics and sound quality have gone, the series has been beyond stagnant. Considering they're dealing with a much more powerful system, they should try to take advantage of it by using full 3D models and let you move diagonally, etc. While I enjoy pokemon some of it just feels archaic these days.

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