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Re: Pokemon Ruby and Saphire remakes announced for November '14
« Reply #15 on: May 07, 2014, 06:24:24 pm »
Personally, I'm excited for this. I fell out of the Pokemon from bad experiences in Gens V and VI. I'm also prepared to finally play in the games from Gen III.
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Re: Pokemon Ruby and Saphire remakes announced for November '14
« Reply #16 on: May 07, 2014, 06:26:09 pm »
Personally, I'm excited for this. I fell out of the Pokemon from bad experiences in Gens V and VI. I'm also prepared to finally play in the games from Gen III.

I actually liked V and VI more than Gen III/IV (with the exception of Platinum and Emerald). I want an Emerald remake more than anything, really.
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Re: Pokemon Ruby and Saphire remakes announced for November '14
« Reply #17 on: May 07, 2014, 06:58:40 pm »
My main issue is having to manage that many Pokemons. I would rather play Topaz which only has 40+ Pokémons.
Lol yeah, they used to have that catch phrase "Gotta catch'em all" when it was about 151 Pokemons, but they don't use it anymore because it would lack credibility I guess :P
It's also annoying when you encounter a Pokemon and you don't know its type. It didn't happen when you knew all Pokemons (when they were not so many) but now, every Pokemon I encounter is unknown to me. Can't tell how to catch it (without killing it or without dying first) nor if it's worth getting in the party or just get in the box. That's another reason why I like remakes, there are less Pokemons than in newer releases.
Not really true actually. :P There are not more than 200 Pokémons you can catch in each game. The 1000 monsters that now exist can only be gotten by exchanging with other versions. ;) Also it's just some getting used to in order to know which ones are good or not. Given the number of times I played Fire Red,  I can tell you that I know almost all the worthy Pokémon.

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Re: Pokemon Ruby and Saphire remakes announced for November '14
« Reply #18 on: May 08, 2014, 03:21:27 am »
My main issue is having to manage that many Pokemons. I would rather play Topaz which only has 40+ Pokémons.
Lol yeah, they used to have that catch phrase "Gotta catch'em all" when it was about 151 Pokemons, but they don't use it anymore because it would lack credibility I guess :P
It's also annoying when you encounter a Pokemon and you don't know its type. It didn't happen when you knew all Pokemons (when they were not so many) but now, every Pokemon I encounter is unknown to me. Can't tell how to catch it (without killing it or without dying first) nor if it's worth getting in the party or just get in the box. That's another reason why I like remakes, there are less Pokemons than in newer releases.
Not really true actually. :P There are not more than 200 Pokémons you can catch in each game. The 1000 monsters that now exist can only be gotten by exchanging with other versions. ;) Also it's just some getting used to in order to know which ones are good or not. Given the number of times I played Fire Red,  I can tell you that I know almost all the worthy Pokémon.
Yeah, but you are talking about an old generation here (Fire Red), but can you tell every worthy and every worthy Pokemon in X and Y ?
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Re: Pokemon Ruby and Saphire remakes announced for November '14
« Reply #19 on: May 08, 2014, 03:28:30 am »
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Re: Pokemon Ruby and Saphire remakes announced for November '14
« Reply #20 on: May 08, 2014, 03:29:55 am »
From a retired point of view : why not? Actually I was expecting this for literally years and now we're faced to it. Sure we will get changes (just look at Groudon and Kyogre, they are surely at Mega state). What I expected I a Hoenn with an extended map/story. Pokon chose to mature over generations (Gen III started it with a *viable* cause, ecosystel) and I truly think they want to have a new story. What I expect too is the classic 8 badges quest coming to background, or almost. In a search of a better game, a simple "fetch the 8 McGuffins" has been overused, but here I'm just shooting at a dead horse.

Let's see. I don't to play 'Mon anymore, but I want to see how far they'll reach, in bad and good ways.

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Re: Pokemon Ruby and Saphire remakes announced for November '14
« Reply #21 on: May 08, 2014, 07:09:20 am »
My main issue is having to manage that many Pokemons. I would rather play Topaz which only has 40+ Pokémons.
Lol yeah, they used to have that catch phrase "Gotta catch'em all" when it was about 151 Pokemons, but they don't use it anymore because it would lack credibility I guess :P
It's also annoying when you encounter a Pokemon and you don't know its type. It didn't happen when you knew all Pokemons (when they were not so many) but now, every Pokemon I encounter is unknown to me. Can't tell how to catch it (without killing it or without dying first) nor if it's worth getting in the party or just get in the box. That's another reason why I like remakes, there are less Pokemons than in newer releases.
Not really true actually. :P There are not more than 200 Pokémons you can catch in each game. The 1000 monsters that now exist can only be gotten by exchanging with other versions. ;) Also it's just some getting used to in order to know which ones are good or not. Given the number of times I played Fire Red,  I can tell you that I know almost all the worthy Pokémon.
Yeah, but you are talking about an old generation here (Fire Red), but can you tell every worthy and every worthy Pokemon in X and Y ?
I never played X/Y so no I can't tell. :P But having played other generations (actually now I remember I beat Diamond too) I can tell the worthy Pokémon in these. ;)

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Re: Pokemon Ruby and Saphire remakes announced for November '14
« Reply #22 on: May 08, 2014, 06:31:08 pm »
* Spenceboy wants remake of Red and Blue, but with X and Y graphics.
Gen 1 will always be the very best, that no one ever was.
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Re: Pokemon Ruby and Saphire remakes announced for November '14
« Reply #23 on: May 09, 2014, 01:02:46 am »
I agree with that ^ with 9001% of my soul.

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Re: Pokemon Ruby and Saphire remakes announced for November '14
« Reply #24 on: May 09, 2014, 08:33:09 am »
My main issue is having to manage that many Pokemons. I would rather play Topaz which only has 40+ Pokémons.
Lol yeah, they used to have that catch phrase "Gotta catch'em all" when it was about 151 Pokemons, but they don't use it anymore because it would lack credibility I guess :P
It's also annoying when you encounter a Pokemon and you don't know its type. It didn't happen when you knew all Pokemons (when they were not so many) but now, every Pokemon I encounter is unknown to me. Can't tell how to catch it (without killing it or without dying first) nor if it's worth getting in the party or just get in the box. That's another reason why I like remakes, there are less Pokemons than in newer releases.
I agree, but it is also fun finding new Pokemon, however, some of the new ones, well, are... uneeded.

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Re: Pokemon Ruby and Saphire remakes announced for November '14
« Reply #25 on: May 09, 2014, 09:23:57 am »
Anyways, I stopped by my local Gamestop today and preordered. Despite knowing nothing but the title. I'm amazing, aren't I?

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Re: Pokemon Ruby and Saphire remakes announced for November '14
« Reply #26 on: May 09, 2014, 09:27:10 am »
* Spenceboy wants remake of Red and Blue, but with X and Y graphics.
Gen 1 will always be the very best, that no one ever was.
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Yep, I agree, all the way.

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Re: Pokemon Ruby and Saphire remakes announced for November '14
« Reply #27 on: May 09, 2014, 11:02:13 am »
Anyways, I stopped by my local Gamestop today and preordered. Despite knowing nothing but the title. I'm amazing, aren't I?
Well that's funny :P
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