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What will you remember each Gen for?

#101Whats_Up4444Posted 5/12/2013 10:12:37 AM
Gen 1. First game.
Gen 2 Largest game.
Gen 3. Best pokes.
Gen 4. Worst collection of Pokemon, along with the best.
Gen 5. Dat story.
Gen 6. Yvelta's awesomeness.
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#102Chaos_MissilePosted 5/12/2013 10:20:35 AM
Gen 1: 8-bit Gym Leader Music
Gen 2: Karen and her Houndoom
Gen 3: Loads of Surfing at E4 theme. Also, loads and loads of games.
Gen 4: Underrated. Also Drapion, Empoleon and Garchomp. Also, Cyrus' theme is boss!
Gen 5: Gym Leader music. Also Excadrill.
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#103DarenDFPosted 5/12/2013 10:25:47 AM
Gen 1: Started it all
Gen 2: high point of the series
Gen 3: good game but fell short of 2
Gen 4: Not the best but still good
Gen 5: aside from having a better story fell further than 4
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#104TLONMASTERPosted 5/12/2013 11:37:30 AM
1. Mewtwo. Come on, he's still one of the coolest.

2. Hard to decide - this was my favorite game. It took everything from the first and improved it. This set the tone for games to come. I guess it's also my favorite main character design. I think everything past this one is too outlandish.

3. Graphics upgrade! This was neat because even though the old ones were polished, this brought it to a new level. This is probably the game I spent the most time playing actually since I got interested in breeding/raising stronger teams then.

4. I played it, didn't care for it, quit the game for a few years.

5. What brought me back. Well technically X and Y got me interested again, but this game is pretty solid.
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#105scraadinPosted 5/12/2013 1:15:07 PM
Gen 1. This was the game that didn't just get me hooked on Pokemon or RPGs, it got me hooked on video games. I guess that was half my life ago. So many memories.

Gen 2. The most explorable world in the series. There were secrets waiting everywhere, and you wouldn't find them unless you went back and looked for them.

Gen 3. A solid game completely botched by a lack of almost half the Pokemon. Took quite awhile to fix.

Gen 4. It took me exactly 100 hours to beat the Elite Four, because I just got that sidetracked by digging in the Underground.

Gen 5. Who knew that a tiny tweak to EXP would turn this into the game Pokemon always should have been? Adding new Pokemon to my lineup at will? That's the best.
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