- Aug 29, 2016
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So far fan been speculating that we'll get DP remake in 2019, because of the pattern of each remake and new game system, I believe DP remake won't happen in 2019, as for Pokemon Star, we still don't anything about it so far, we don't if it's third version game or a codenamed for sun and moon. For all we know if GF do a pokemon game in 2017, we might be surprise on what it is, it's either a DP remake, Pokemon Star rumour, a sequel, or a break year with just a spin-off. We might see what happen next year
I agree, I don't think Gen 7 is Gen 5 again, if it was Gen 5 all over again, we probably get only alolan pokemon instead of bring back old one, like they did in Gen 5. Plus like Arceus the Dragon says if they want to do DP remake in Gen 7, we're not going to stop them, plus like he says they break the pattern, so I don't think they'll follow that pattern and wait till 2019 to release DP remakeJust because gen 5 had none, it doesn't mean gen 7 would be the same. GF is breaking patterns and surprising us. DP remakes could happen.
Yeah that's true, we likely to get DP remake at some point, just because the fan don't want it, Doesn't mean it's going toe happen, people didn't want Gen 3 Remake, but look we got Omega Ruby and Alpha Sapphire in 2014. The only thing GF cares about making "Money", they make money off these games, I don't think GF would following the fan's request on not doing a remake, that's GF decisionI think in general, there's still more demand for DP remakes than there is... anti-demand? It just hasn't been long enough for that demand to grow very loud like it did for the Hoenn games, where the hype didn't really become focused until 2011/2012, and grew even louder in 2013, and then out the remakes popped in 2014. Granted, I don't think that the Sinnoh Confirmed "meme" will go as far as the Hoenn Confirmed one did. But another thing to keep in mind is that the rate of technical advancement within the series has been steadily accelerating. You know, there's more of a gap between what the GBA was able to do and what the 3DS was able to do. There's considerably less of a gap between the DS and the 3DS. So even though it's been roughly the same number of years since DPP as there were between RSE and ORAS, the Sinnoh games are still more "recent." Or, to put it another way, DPP may not be more chronologically recent, but they are more technologically recent.
Also, a remake could take steps to address peoples' issues with the originals, much in the way that ORAS made an effort to cut down on the prominence of Hoenn's frustrating, repetitive water routes. I think it'd be unreasonable for Game Freak to dismiss this potential of remakes out-of-hand. When you're looking back at an older game that is distanced by several successive releases, it's easier to see what worked and what didn't, and how you could have gone about it in a way that perhaps could have been better, if only you'd had the capabilities and the awareness that you have now.