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yes, im a teenage guy that likes cats. get over it. i also am infatuated with Homestuck, pokemon, the zodiac, etc
oh, and i like heavy metal/post hardcore music
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08 October 2012 - 01:20 AMThis is probably my favorite topic of the forum thus far, cause i am the biggest pokemon noob i know.
Personally I prefer the third generation the best. The first is most certainly the most nostalgic whilst the latest is.... a piece of shit to say the best. Hoenn brought together both the johto and kanto regions perfectly while even adding in some newer pokemon into the mix. Granted the gym leaders didnt have as much character as those of the Kanto region, but the storyline was indeed much better. Instead of being "Ash"(also named Red), you were simply a boy or girl from an unnamed town with a chance to explore the world.
So to me third wins in story and the coming together of generations, but it does not win when it comes to the best new pokemon.
The generation to get that award would most likely be the second, even though almost none of my own favorites are from there.
Second gen was more of an add-on to the series, yet its design of pokemon was the best because of that. They were simply evolutions of the previous gen, and that was perfectly fine by me.
And Zubat is the best pokemon ever. period the-end.
24 September 2012 - 02:01 AMi guess im the late one to the welcome party here, but hope you have fun here coyote X3
24 September 2012 - 01:59 AMim not going to make a long reply like some of these, im just going to say an idea i had just thought of.
one of my favorite things in a game is achievements. If a game doesnt have achievements, it seriously depreciates its playtime for me. I absolutely love the feeling of completing a challenge and then getting a reward to show of because of it
19 September 2012 - 02:24 AMI found the airport scene to be fairly moronic when i played it. The only point i felt it got across was that "this is how this character dies" and that was about it. It could have been easily omitted from the game but in order to have higher play through times, they kept it using the excuse of "character development"
Sometimes even the cheap knockoffs of games are entertaining as well. I have currently found myself constantly playing Super Smash Flash 2, which is a veeeery cheap knockoff of SSBB. Its pixelated and somewhat choppy, but its entertaining because it has the ability to play with multiple people on the same computer. People in my computer programming class have mini-tournies in that game because of that. Others like some pokemon/yugioh knockoffs are also fun sometimes. They were a couple on Facebook and have even been some that havecome out on handheld. Just because they are not the "namebrand" game doesnt always take away from their enjoyability and playability. I dont know, maybe its just me though
18 September 2012 - 12:46 AMJapan is definitely somewhere id like to visit, but based on these descriptions, im perfectly comfortable living in 'murica