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If they can pull off the micro-transactions right I don't care if a game is free to play. Not many games can pull it off, but just because a game is f2p with micro-transactions doesn't mean it's by default a bad game unworthy of playing.
While Nintendo's gems cost more than they're worth...
It isn't actually telling you the best move, it's just telling you a move.
I do wish it could be turned off though, it's really distracting.
I hope they add more puzzles like #149 , which is a puzzle you have to actually think about more what you do.
I haven't been able to beat 150 yet...but...
I think Ghetsis is, just for all the emotional manipulation and abuse. Even if the other two are trying to do something truely reprehensible, Ghetsis is the only one of the three who is straight up malicious, and as a result the only one I'd consider to be a bastard at all.
Probably not, setting aside that I don't own a wiiu. I would want much much more from a game than "like the handhelds but with better graphics" and I also don't really want the common "add more regions/region specific things" because that'd just end with a really bloated grind of a game.
I think it's a pretty fun little distraction, I like that there isn't a time limit on the normal puzzles. I just got it a day ago and am stuck on Meowth, and just been working on catching the pokemon I haven't caught yet, particularly Riolu. I also beat a couple of the EX levels. My main beef...
The Delta episode was boring to me, you run around and then get an info dump, then you fight some pokemon. And Zinnia is kind of meh to me.
I thought Lookers stuff was a bit more engaging.
I would have liked to have learned more about the Sea Mauville myself, that place gave me all kinds of...
I think part of the particular look is because it's moving and not especially solid, I'm wouldn't really consider myself to be a very good maker of fakemons at any rate.
I don't tend to believe that every single cubone literally lost its mother cause I read the original pokedex entries for...
It got me thinking Mega Spiritomb, I imagine it'd be a pretty scary looking monster...Spiritomb is already in concept one of the creepier ones too.
Not technically a mega evo but I did a Ground/Ghost form change for Marowak a long time ago.
So basically you're just being close minded. Almost all these suppositions you've made don't have to be applied to the persons idea at all.
Game 1 Pokedex
This pokemon leaves corroded metal, and acid wherever it goes. It consumes certain types of metal to regenerate acid...
Ever had a battery explode or corrode real bad on you? (it was pretty common with the old TI-83's when I was in highschool, the darn things would just pop all the sudden and get battery acid and junk all over the inside of the calculator)
I'm not a huge fan of object type pokemon but a battery...
No, there is no thematic reason for Kyogre to have electricity tacked on. And there are water types that learn thunder and other electric type attacks without sharing the type.
They gave groudon fire because it makes sense for a large angry volcanic pokemon to have a fire typing.