Well, 3D looks like some hell complicated RPG and the battles looks like in Pokemon Stadium or Colloseum... Technology is developing more and more. I just hope my RAM will be enough, when I play it on a pirate emulator version on my laptop.
Last edited by Evil3ye; January 08, 2013 at 10:19 AM.
The fights seems interesting, but the rest, I don't know, seems not Pokemon. O_O
Guess that's what innovation is.
I like the trainers' designs. The logo's could be better though (I take it each one represents the legendary of its version).
Gotta see more, but so far looks pretty good. Actually like the whole Paris setting and if the legendaries are really based on Norse myth, then that's gonna be a big plus.
As usually there probably gonna be a third legend, a Z Pokemon too. I wonder if they lunch Pokemon Z or Pokemon X and Y 2 after this one though.
Probably, that's pretty much the standard now. We likely won't learn of it til the games is out.
I kind of wanted to see a Pokémon Grey/Gray though :/
Z is a given.
Really, the graphics put me off. Totally.
And I doubt the new Pokemon designs will be good either...
I think it's good it's finally changing. After so much time, change is good. I, myself, and a lot of other people I know think this is good. The previous generation had a lot of changes and now they are taking it a step further, if it'll be good.. October will show us.
But I'm all in for change in the Pokémon gaming franchise. It would really be appreciated by a lot of people.
Hated by more tho'.
I'm not entirely against change. Several things needed to be changed like say the plot. But the 2D graphics have always belonged to the handhelds. 3D worked on the Gamecube. While the feeling was a little different from how we know Pokemon ( a little more mature and a little steampunkish iirc), it still worked. Don't know how they're going to implement it on the handheld. So far, I'm not impressed. As you said, October will show us.