In response to "Pokemon is announced, RIP Vita"

#11DilliciousPosted 1/8/2013 7:14:43 AM
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#12djmaster1994Posted 1/8/2013 7:15:54 AM
monkeyspoon posted...
If it was a metal gear or gta then I'd be surprised. Mind you both would run awfully on the 3DS.

But Nintendo milk their IPs to death. It was obvious a Pokemon would be announced eventually.


Learn something
Pokemon Diamond and Pearl release on DS 2 years after it launches.
Pokemon X and Y release on 3DS 2 years after it launches

The game was in development in 2010.
Pokemon Fans new it was coming either it would be Ruby and Sapphire Remake or 6th Generation.

We Nintendo Fans knows when the next installment coming because Nintendo knows best.
Unlike Sony they have yall waiting on the edge of the seat.
Yall hype up their games to be the best yet yall don't even buy em.
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#13Crayonmuffin(Topic Creator)Posted 1/8/2013 7:53:55 AM
djmaster1994 posted...
Nintendo knows best.


>Continuously makes Pokemon games that have the same gameplay with each version and rely on that to keep their product alive.

Okay.

Without Pokemon, Nintendo handhelds are nothing. So yes, they have to milk it for all it's worth. Even if that means making birthday cake Pokemon and slapping it into a new gen.
#14kakashik99992Posted 1/8/2013 8:01:41 AM
Crayonmuffin posted...
djmaster1994 posted...
Nintendo knows best.


>Continuously makes Pokemon games that have the same gameplay with each version and rely on that to keep their product alive.

Okay.

Without Pokemon, Nintendo handhelds are nothing. So yes, they have to milk it for all it's worth. Even if that means making birthday cake Pokemon and slapping it into a new gen.


You are talking about the last year most sold game in Japan that sold more than 5 million copies worldwide the formula works and just get more profitable each time

Pikachu is coming and he will eat the Vita and spew in the trash can

http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=4bIrWryFc7A
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#15Spiffy247Posted 1/8/2013 8:06:51 AM
Without Pokemon, Nintendo handhelds are nothing.
The DS begs to differ.
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#16Nightmare637Posted 1/8/2013 8:07:12 AM
kakashik99992 posted...
Crayonmuffin posted...
djmaster1994 posted...
Nintendo knows best.


>Continuously makes Pokemon games that have the same gameplay with each version and rely on that to keep their product alive.

Okay.

Without Pokemon, Nintendo handhelds are nothing. So yes, they have to milk it for all it's worth. Even if that means making birthday cake Pokemon and slapping it into a new gen.


You are talking about the last year most sold game in Japan that sold more than 5 million copies worldwide the formula works and just get more profitable each time

Pikachu is coming and he will eat the Vita and spew in the trash can

http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=4bIrWryFc7A


your aware you diden't disprove anything in his post right?
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#17ZendaikPosted 1/8/2013 8:21:04 AM
Crayonmuffin posted...
Nintendo: "Hey we're making another Pokemon game that will have very minor differences than the last 20 versions but this time it'll be on 3DS." *Sells millions*

Logic.


This is one of the most radically different Pokemon games so far...

For one it's not 2D anymore.
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#18GloryChaosPosted 1/8/2013 12:11:28 PM
Aside from the fact that it isn't 2d anymore, we know nothing about the games.
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#19Natureboy99Posted 1/8/2013 12:14:35 PM
Also, did anyone really think pokemon wasn't coming to 3DS? I don't see why everyone is acting like this is big news. It actually took longer than I was expecting. Just saw the trailer BTW. Graphics were very last gen, and the tone of the ad felt like it was aimed at 12 year olds. If I was 12, I would be so hyped. But I'm not.
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#20HungoverHero777Posted 1/8/2013 12:18:50 PM
Natureboy99 posted...
and the tone of the ad felt like it was aimed at 12 year olds.


Isn't every Pokemon game? Yet it manages to reach age groups way beyond that as well, possibly even more so.
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