Normally with Pokemon games, Game Freak likes to do an "expansion" version: like with Pokemon Yellow after Pokemon Red/Blue/Green, or Pokemon Platinum after Pokemon Diamond/Pearl. The expansion of Pokemon Black and White was predicted to be Pokemon Gray Version by many people: however, these games got their expansion in the sequels Pokemon Black/White Versions 2. Despite this, however, Game Freak still registered the trademark for Pokemon Grey Version, even though it was a project that was not pursued.
Pokemon Black and White, as with most generation-opening Pokemon games, introduced a number of new Pokemon into the games. To be precise, they introduced 156 new Pokemon. This is more newly-introduced Pokemon than at any prior time in the series: the title previously belonged to Pokemon Red, Blue, and Green Versions on the GameBoy, which introduced 151 Pokemon.
Pokemon Black/White represent a number of aesthetic firsts in the Pokemon series. Among these, you'll find that Pokemon Black/White are the first Pokemon games to have 3D graphics and an animated battle system.
Pokemon Black/White was the first time in which the main regional Pokemon Professor - Professor Juniper - was actually a female. Prior to her, there were Professors Oak, Elm, Birch, and Rowan, all of whom were males.
N: They’re not here. Let’s ride the Ferris wheel and see if we can spot them. I love Ferris wheels... The circular motion... The mechanics... They’re like collections of elegant formulas."
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