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Anyone else think Pikachu should say it's name?

#11KogaSteelfangPosted 1/10/2013 8:15:06 AM
noname2lazy posted...
javel34 posted...
I want to know how they figured out the Pika language in the trailer.


They asked Meowth.


Actually, he was asking for help to get down. He began signaling help after realized the flying camera recording him wasn't going to come any closer.

They just had the "cute chattering Pikachu" footage playing as they announced the games to the world.
Poor Pikachu, I wonder if he ever got down.
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#12SlimeStackPosted 1/10/2013 8:16:42 AM
If Pikachu was the ONLY one to do that ala Pokémon Yellow, I'd be okay with it.

I'd rather they said their cries otherwise.
#13Pooo869Posted 1/10/2013 9:01:39 AM
AlexxPB posted...
Pika is a term used for the male genitalia in portuguese, so no.


if they do that, there would be alot of people laughing in brazil then
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#14GastroidPosted 1/10/2013 9:07:13 AM
javel34 posted...
I want to know how they figured out the Pika language in the trailer.


We can revive dead Pokemon from fossils and view and manipulate the dreams of Pokemon everywhere. A translator isn't outlandish.
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#15AlexxPBPosted 1/10/2013 9:22:16 AM
Pooo869 posted...
AlexxPB posted...
Pika is a term used for the male genitalia in portuguese, so no.


if they do that, there would be alot of people laughing in brazil then



Yeah I'm from brazil and I think it would be pretty funny watching him entering each battle yelling PIKA.

I think it should be the only pkmn with a voice. I don't really like how the others keep saying their own names, I think it's kinda silly.


*Mewtwo enters the battle"

Mewtwo: mewtwo mew mewtwo mew

Weird.
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