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We hope you're enjoying Sword and Shield so far! So that everyone can enjoy it and not be spoiled, please keep the all story spoilers and any images from the games in the appropriate sections or in spoiler tags until January 3rd.
Since spoiler tags are not allowed in signatures, please do not put images from the games in your signature either. You can list the names of new Pokémon if you want to list your team in your signature.
AussieEevee continues his perilous adventures in Johto. Watch his HeartGold Nuzlocke here.
I accidently clicked heart gold when I was meant to click diamond. (silly me!) I haven't even got heart gold yet but i will soon.
Out of all the ones I have played, I prefer diamond as there was so many new things. I LOVED the underground ability. I used to play capture the flag underground nearly every day with my brother and friends, it was AMAZING! I also liked the ability to make a base underground wherever you wanted and decorate it!
When I get heart gold i might change my mind, though.
I enjoyed Diamond and Pearl a lot, but admittedly, there were flaws. Mostly in Pokémon availability. Platinum fixed that, which to me means they paid attention to the problems present in the past titles.
For the most part, everytime they make a new Pokemon game, its better than all the previous ones but... Heart Gold and Soul Silver, remakes of, although good games, being Pokemon titles, easily the most overrated [seriously, that's like my buzz word], instead of improving the titles that had flaws, they tried their best to recreate it as close as they could in the new system. Which made for... bad [pre-E4] gym teams, bad [pre-E4] pokemon availability. I dunno. HG/SS just didn't seem as polished as platinum.
HGSS. They took the format of DPPt, smoothed it out and gave it a sleek interface, added a ton of great new features, and put it over a remake of the games that had previously been considered possibly the best in the series.