- Mar 14, 2005
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There is no website, info or videos because those will follow the reveals in Pokemon Sunday and CoroCoro.I realize that, but even so, tracks of light and HGSS had website and info, even videos, almost immediatley. So why is it that this game, which is also being released less than a year, has nothing?
Oh yes I forgot, none of those spin-offs were actually made by GameFreak themselves.Well a Spinoff would be unprecedented in this case, because Game Freak has yet to develop a Pokemon game outside of the main series and its remakes.
Of course they can. They made us wait three years for the remakes just for the anniversary, and they no doubt could have released Platinum in 2007 rather than in 2008. It is only now that they would appear to be in a rush to get things done in a timely manner, even though it is perfectly reasonable to wait until better options become available. If anything, this is the first time when a prolonged wait wouldn't really be stalling for the sake of stalling.TTEchidna said:Game Freak can't put Gen V off until next September when the DS2 is out.
New generations of Pokémon games have always been instrumental in getting more people to purchase new handheld systems. Third versions and remakes can't achieve the same effect.TTEchidna said:Any DS2-exclusive stuff can be handled by Gen V's third version or the remakes of Ruby and Sapphire that HGSS has caused speculation of.
http://kotaku.com/5459349/entirely-new-pokemon-series-coming-this-yearThere hasn't been an entirely new Pokémon series released since Pokémon Diamond and Pearl. Know what that means? Time for a new Pokémon series.
An "entirely new" Pocket Monster series, complete with "new Pokémon" was in the works. The new Pocket Monster series will be heading to the Nintendo DS and feature many new features and play functions.
The Pokémon Company has released an official announcement that it is currently developing an entirely new Pokémon series.
Recent releases like HeartGold/SoulSilver or the Mystery Dungeon Games have either been remakes or installments in long-running titles.
The "entirely new" Pokémon series is scheduled to be released on the Nintendo DS this year in Japan.
quoted for truth, I wouldn't even have a GB if it weren't for Pokemon....New generations of Pokémon games have always been instrumental in getting more people to purchase new handheld systems. Third versions and remakes can't achieve the same effect.
^That, and I don't believe this "one generation per platform" thing was ever officially stated as a business plan for Game Freak anyway, rather being the fans' take on the matter. However, it's quite easy that we have just been looking at it wrong the whole time and what mattered to Game Freak was not the platform, but rather the amount of time between generations. Looking at it that way, and comparing how long the DP generation has lasted compared to the other generations, it would make sense for the next generation to be released about now if that's the case.So, maybe these will be labelled as DSi?