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It is cool how they used the 3D effects in the wild pokemon appearance.

#1TaticalWarriorPosted 1/8/2013 4:27:29 PM
It must be interesting to see the camera entering the grass and finding the poke there, right in your front. Finding shinies this way must be incredible...

Of course, I can't see 3D, neither I have the luck to find shinies... T.T
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#2mondrae205Posted 1/8/2013 4:28:10 PM
Which is why I hack, oh wait...
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#3Hirokey123Posted 1/8/2013 4:29:55 PM
Hey Tactical wassup! :D

Anyway yeah that's a really neat touch with how they transition to the wild pokemon you find. I gotta wonder though if these pokemon will be scaled to size or not. I mean seems odd to encounter a Wailord the size of my Espeon. Maybe not exact scale but at least a model size that is fairly large.
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#4TaticalWarrior(Topic Creator)Posted 1/8/2013 4:41:57 PM
Hirokey123 posted...
Hey Tactical wassup! :D

Anyway yeah that's a really neat touch with how they transition to the wild pokemon you find. I gotta wonder though if these pokemon will be scaled to size or not. I mean seems odd to encounter a Wailord the size of my Espeon. Maybe not exact scale but at least a model size that is fairly large.


;D
And don't worry, now that the screen has plenty of space and 3D camera, I am sure that Wailords can be just as big as the ones in Battle Revolution for example :)
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