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Pokémon
#1
I am sure there has to be at least one other Pokémon fan her besides me :Tongue I recently JUST got back into this world and I have to say the addiction is already creeping on me.

What's your favorite Generation?
Favorite Starter?
Favorite Type?


I like the generation with Black and white. Pokémon designs are AMAZING.
It gave me Oshawott but my favorite starter is of course Piplup. As for my favorite type, water followed by psychic.
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#2
I grew up with Pokemon and am still a huge fan. I've played all games except for Platinum. I consider the second generation my favorite, I just love the Johto region. Hard to choose a favorite starter but I really like Totodile, Oshawott, Turtwig and Treeko. My favorite type I suppose is grass.
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#3
I used to play Pokemon in the first two generations. But I just generally drifted away after the GBA games, and haven't felt inspired to play any of the games since then.
Nintendo fan, 3DS owner and admin of both Wario Forums and Gaming Reinvented
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#4
I never played Pokemon past Red and Blue, but at the time these games were addictive. I had Red and my brother had Blue and we made sure we both got all of the Pokemon in the end. Looking at many of the "new" Pokemon (literally meaning any that came after the first 150) I just don't care enough to play.
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#5
I've played them off and on. I never actually beat any of the games, but I have a few as does my mom. I did enjoy them. Sometime want to give em another go.
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#6
I adore pokemon. I played all the way from Blue to White 2. I'd love to play X/Y, but I sadly can't afford a 3DS. My favorite is Gen 2, with SoulSilver. I always prefered grass-type starters, so I'm gonna go with Bulbasaur, since he's the first pokemon I owned. As for types, it's really hard to pick. Some of my favorite pokemon are ghost and/or dark, so I'm gonna go with those 2, although there are a lot of really cool fire-types as well.
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#7
X and Y are good though there literally is nothing to do once you beat the game. I really think the whole mega evolution thing is unnecessary as well, though some of them look cool I admit.
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#8
In the first two games I guess I was big on Psychic types. I've heard they were nerfed like hell though in later games.
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#9
(12-07-2015, 01:14 AM)TheSilentGamer Wrote: I adore pokemon. I played all the way from Blue to White 2. I'd love to play X/Y, but I sadly can't afford a 3DS. My favorite is Gen 2, with SoulSilver. I always prefered grass-type starters, so I'm gonna go with Bulbasaur, since he's the first pokemon I owned. As for types, it's really hard to pick. Some of my favorite pokemon are ghost and/or dark, so I'm gonna go with those 2, although there are a lot of really cool fire-types as well.

That is why the 2DS exist you know Wink I don't think getting a 3DS is really necessary unless you are like super into graphics. I played pokemon X/y o n 2DS and the graphics were still amazing even without all the 3D.

I believe gamestop has them relatively cheap. I believe my brother got his for like $60 last month. Excellent and affordable hardware comparable to the 3DS.
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#10
(01-18-2016, 10:40 PM)Izaya Wrote: That is why the 2DS exist you know Wink I don't think getting a 3DS is really necessary unless you are like super into graphics. I played pokemon X/y o n 2DS and the graphics were still amazing even without all the 3D.

I believe gamestop has them relatively cheap. I believe my brother got his for like $60 last month. Excellent and affordable hardware comparable to the 3DS.

Er, yeah about that... The 2DS and Gamestop don't exist here where I live... The only game store in my country is supposedly going to start selling it (don't know when, if at all) and the cheapest you can get is about $140, give or take. Even if I gather enough money for it, it still seems like a waste to pay that much for a console which I'll use to play maybe 2 or 3 games.
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