I really liked the trailer, the only cons I’d have with it is the lack of Pokémon of the world and the possible fixed camera.
I really like Scorbunny, so my tradition of starting with the fire starter will continue.
I don’t see how a remake would work in this case. The only exception to the remake sequence was LGPE, which is still a different kind of game (and one I think will open its own sequels of game).
I suppose they can release a LG Johto game, which would still include Kanto, but not a remake in the...
I don’t think they’d.
To be clear, though, I don’t think most hates fire starter’ final stage design. I like/love most of them (with the exception of Emboar), for example. What I disliked was:
1) Three consecutive Fire/Fightning Fire starters in thei final stage (and while Incineroar isn’t...
The concept in itself of having multiple regions in one game is interesting. Same goes for visiting all previous regions in one game.
But I think it’d be really, really difficult to implement them all in a good way, and the cons mentioned above by others are something I fear as well.
Not necessary. He didn’t refute the claim, he just said that last time he tweeted that it was for a coverage of a different game coverage. He might still refer to coverage about something Pokémon related, though as I said in my last post, I’ll stay cautious.
Rhyme City might be a possibility, but I seriously doubt Detective Pikachu will tie with Gen 8 games. They’d have had to share some details about either story, locations or Pokémon with WB. And I don’t think it’s something they’d done.
To be honest, people might’ve been to optimistic before (myself included.)
The truth stays in the middle. Both outcomes are possible, though any hint on one direction or the other lead people to either be optimistic or pessimistic. It’s quite natural.