It’s a monumental task, to balance a lengthy dip into a death-trap dungeon while keeping the vibrant spirit of Pokémon alive. But on that front, Pokémon Super Mystery Dungeon is a deviously difficult winner.
The original Pokémon games almost never got finished. That’s according to Pokémon’s Junichi Masada, who revealed how bad PCs almost killed the franchise.
Getting your hands on a legendary Pokémon is equal parts time-consuming and difficult. They’re rare for a reason, with only a select few available in each generation. But 2016 will be filled with chances to catch ’em all.
When you look back at the purest of Pokémon games, they look downright savage in comparison to the 3D spectacles that we have today. The core gameplay is still the same, as the first games introduced the formula of hyper-quick battles with an RPG system. Classic, fantastic stuff. And now the originals are coming home to the 3DS.
Oh Japan, you make everything seem more fun somehow. A real Pokemon Gym? Only in the land of the rising sun.
Pokémon has always been a hyper-quick RPG where battles can be fought quickly and on the go. And that’s a formula which should work on mobile devices when you think about it. Well clearly, Nintendo has been thinking about it, as they just announced Pokémon GO, a pocket monster game that will force players to expose themselves to fresh air and natural sunlight
So what’s next for the Pokemon series? Apparently, botany, once a new game is finally revealed and the current hiatus between generations is over.
Buckle your asses up kids, because it’s time to hit the rumour mill! 2015 marks a first for the Pokémon franchise. Namely, the first break in many a year for the Pokémon franchise, after annual releases in the core franchise. Let the speculation commence!
Isn’t it awfully nice to have a Pokemon? Isn’t it frightfully good to have a Dewdong? It’s swell to have a Stunky, it’s divine to own a Ditto, from the tiniest little Timburr to the world’s biggest Pinsir! So three cheers for your Wingull or Jigglypuff, hooray for your one eyed Toxicroak!
FINALLY! One of the rarest Pokemon around will finally be made available again in the 2014 Pokemon games. And not just for the US of A this time.
There aren’t that many mothers in gaming, but I think that I found the best one.