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Games like arms are meaningless. As I said, if you want to play pokemon it's just fine, you will simply lose the chance of a new type of gameplay. What I like about the switch is that I can lay on my bed, put the console on a support over the bed or on tv and play comfortable with the joycons in my hands.As long as it plays Switch games, who cares? XP
Well, yeah- it's really a matter of affordability and preference, and whether you give a damn about it being the first on a console. I know someone who can't afford a Switch, hates its battery life, and does not give a damn about it being the first game on a console because they prefer a proper handheld. They are looking forward to a Mini Switch.Games like arms are meaningless. As I said, if you want to play pokemon it's just fine, you will simply lose the chance of a new type of gameplay. What I like about the switch is that I can lay on my bed, put the console on a support over the bed or on tv and play comfortable with the joycons in my hands.
A handheld console is a handheld console. The switch is another thing.
But even if people only play pokemon I find it weird that they decide to play the first console pokemon game as an only portable game. It would feel denaturalised somehow...Matter of tastes as I said
I meant more of a breaking tradition for Gamefreak. Replacing gyms with trials, introduction of UB's and taking established traditional (Gen 1) pokemon and changing their design with Regional Variants.Alola’s the most sticking-to-tradition we’ve ever got. To the point that they maintained their traditional rite of passage instead of gyms and a league for such an extra ordinarily long time.
The legendaries are worshipped akin to gods, too.
I would have found it funny if there'd be someone who'd just unleash Z-Powers without the dance and everyone goes "YOU HERETIC! WHAT ARE YOU!?" just for bringing out the power of something they all thought could only be unlocked by a little dance passed on to each other.Alola’s the most sticking-to-tradition we’ve ever got. To the point that they maintained their traditional rite of passage instead of gyms and a league for such an extra ordinarily long time.
The legendaries are worshipped akin to gods, too.
Actually, X/Y used 3D in a few areas. The ones that come to my mind are the Reflection Cave, the Power Plant and the Team Flare HQ if I recall correctly.XY and ORAS never used the 3D effect in the overworld, while SM and USUM didn't use it at all. And double battles were a mess even on the New 3DS as far as the Alola games were concerned.
Lillie and Gladion are stealing Pokemon that the Aether Foundation wants to use for a cause that could be disastrous for their region, it's hardly "just family issues".Lilie and Gladion are just running away from home because they have family issues, N is inside a criminal organisation who secretly wants to control the world. It's not exactly the same.
I think N maybe needed more time to understand cause his situation was not so easy as Lilie and Gladion's and he was manipulated by his father, you know.
No? Lusamine apologizes in USUM, and SuMo can hardly be considered a happy reunited. And N being alone isn't really an act of rebellion-nobody is telling him to be around other people. (And his being without a family is because Ghetsis was arrested, which, again, wasn't done by N)In the end Lilie and Gladion happily reunite with their mother like nothing ever happened, N disappears alone without a family.
But just a few sentences after this, you say that the titles being Sun/Moon indicate light being a theme?You confuse day/night and sun/moon with light. Those are not about light itself
Cresselia, with almost all of its dex entries talking about how its tail shines like the moon, has nothing to do with moonlight?Darkrai and Cresselia are based on the the moon. They have nothing to do with light.
And because it was one of the first cities to use gaslights on a large scale.The only real reference to light in all your points is the Lumiose one because it refers to a real fact, Paris was the heart of a movement that has light in is name. But it was not a reference to light actually. Those people were searching for the "light of reason" against the obscurantism of past centuries.
Agreed that the cover legendaries have strong ties to light, but they're not made of light, and they don't evolve based on it.
- The main legends are made of light and evolve when exposed to light, they also have light forms.
I agree that a prism that gives off light is a clear connection to light. What I don't understand is why you follow this logic for Necrozma, but you see Prism Tower as being totally unrelated.
- One of the legend is a prism, it is the creator of light, the one who gave and stole light from the worlds.
No, Rockruff evolves depending on the time of day. You can evolve it indoors or in a cave, away from the light, and it will still evolve. (It's the same evolution method as Umbreon and Espeon, actually, but you said that didn't count because night and day aren't related to light)
- Rockruff evolutions happen when it is exposed to a certain light.
These are all only in USUM. (and, frankly, are three points about the same thing) Shouldn't the theme of the games be involved in all of them?
- Tha main plot of usum is to preserve the light in Alola.
- There's a squad who tries to restore the light in its world. They are pale cause not exposed to light for a long time.
- Alola light was stolen in the past, before usum, and people had to unite against darkness to bring back light.
Since when is evolving a Rockruff a major plot event? Or the titles and codename of the games?These are all incredibly relevant things in the plots of gen 7.
I'm not saying it has no relevance, I'm saying that it's the theme of the legendaries, but not of the whole game. Most of the points that you make keep coming back to the Light trio-the plot elements of USUM, the legendaries, and the Z-Crystals-with the only exceptions being the Aether Foundation, the evolution of one Pokemon, and the measurements used in Ultra Space.It you want to ignore that light is a theme in gen 7 do it
So the codename (only used in development) being Rainbow is evidence towards light being a theme, but a cover legendary shining in the colors of the rainbow is a stretch? And a time-based evolution that's not part of the game's plot is evidence, but a required plot using the Light Pokemon to power a lighthouse is a stretch?saying that light was a theme in gen 2 because ho-oh feathers shine and an electric type pokemon is used to power a lighthouse is a bit of a stretch.
I can't see them doing that. The Switch is way too popular at this point for them to abandon all of the fans that have already purchased it.If they do make a Switch Mini, I don't want them to make it so that Gen 8 only works on the Switch Mini and can't be played at all on a normal Switch.