Well were getting a pokemon game in 3d!

#11Cave_LionPosted 7/19/2011 10:50:15 AM
Are you getting it?

No.
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#12TerotrousPosted 7/19/2011 10:55:28 AM
Serebii actually has a fair bit more information about the game here:

http://www.serebii.net/rumble2/modes.shtml

It seems that it is indeed a retail release, so I'll probably end up getting it.


Co-op sounds cool, but it's kind of lame that it's limited to local wireless.
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#13panama_chiefPosted 7/19/2011 11:01:19 AM(edited)
andodel posted...

What's with online play these day's? At first it was just a nice add on, but now developers are focusing too much on it and screwing the single player. Nintendos probably one of the few company's that has yet to do this, and I'd like to keep it that way.


Please. This games single player is exactly the same as it's multiplayer. Your argument is pointless. If a game has a multiplayer component it would be nice to not have to be relegated to meeting up just to get some playtime in with a friend.

pokemon, Mario kart DS, and SF 4 all have online. Don't see anyone crying foul about being shafted on the single player components.....Because they weren't messed with. They rarely are.

I'd like to know about these games that got hampered by the inclusion of online. You're going to say call of duty aren't you?
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#14TerotrousPosted 7/19/2011 11:04:15 AM
He's obviously referring to either the removal of splitscreen modes, or the single player mode receiving comparatively lesser focus. However, this mostly applies to console games. For a handheld game which obviously cannot have splitscreen, there's virtually no difference between local multi and online, except that local severely limits the amount of people you can play with.
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#15panama_chiefPosted 7/19/2011 12:09:19 PM
Gnik posted...
For a handheld game which obviously cannot have splitscreen, there's virtually no difference between local multi and online, except that local severely limits the amount of people you can play with.

That's exactly the point; there is no difference. More could be gained with online. If the system wasn't struggling for content I'm not even sure I'd pick this up. My 3DS is way too dusty.
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