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The Newbreed
May 6th, 2009, 08:09 PM
Now before you say "NO! We already have Firered and Leafgreen on gameboy.", listen to this.

Now with the possible gold and silver remakes, who is to say that Nintendo would be at an inconveinence to NOT have all the Pokemon games reformatted for DS? All the investment into the DS has more than passed expectations, so why not? Nintendo is making so much money off of DS, I've heard people say "Gameboy Advanced? Whats that?".

Not to mention a Ruby and Saphire remake. There is many features in the AG games that the DS's massive memory could greatly enhance, that I would love to have "Pokemon Rubyred or Saphireblue". Who knows? Its entirely possible.

iPoke
May 6th, 2009, 09:19 PM
Yeah, but is it realistic to think so? Most people already have access to Pokemon from Hoenn and Kanto, (migrating) so this rumored GSC remake is so we can have easier access to Johto Pokemon. Plus, new features just means cheap tiny add-ons to the games, while they still have the same plots, characters, Pokemon etc. Where would the variation be? And would Nintendo actually bother having to do all this..

Sora
May 7th, 2009, 04:28 AM
If it wasn't for the fact that Ruby, Sapphire, Emerald, Fire Red, and Leaf Green can communicate with Diamond and Pearl (in more than just trading, as slipping in a certain game and you can catch a certain Pokemon ), then I would say it would be possible. But they do, and so I highly doubt they're going to remake them.

Like what iPoke said, if it is a Gold/SIlver remake, it'll be because we have no access to the Johto region, and the only ways you can get Totodile, Chikorita, and Cyndaquil is through Colliseum and Action Replay.

Went
May 7th, 2009, 06:14 AM
Since this thread is about non-existing games yet, I think it will suit Handheld games better.

~Moved

Mitchman
May 7th, 2009, 06:50 AM
No but I can bet you it will come along in the 5th gen. Seriously I can see the new console having DS compatility as well.

Barker
May 7th, 2009, 07:03 AM
Echoing Todoroki, I can see Nintendo remaking these games every ten years or so, as long as they remain profitable.

Personally, I'm hoping against a Hoenn region remake. Just because those games are.. not my favorite. And besides, a main reason for the GSDS games is because of the loss of the GBA slot on the DSi, which makes getting the some of the Johto monsters a lot harder to get a hold of.

Mitchman
May 7th, 2009, 07:15 AM
I wouldn't want an rs remake either cause they aren't exactly in the feel of Pokemon but hey they will happen. I can bet you like I said the next handheld to have DS compatibility. Through that if gs does get remade and they remake Hoenn then all the regions will finally become available to play.

The Newbreed
May 7th, 2009, 11:30 AM
If it wasn't for the fact that Ruby, Sapphire, Emerald, Fire Red, and Leaf Green can communicate with Diamond and Pearl (in more than just trading, as slipping in a certain game and you can catch a certain Pokemon ), then I would say it would be possible. But they do, and so I highly doubt they're going to remake them.

Like what iPoke said, if it is a Gold/SIlver remake, it'll be because we have no access to the Johto region, and the only ways you can get Totodile, Chikorita, and Cyndaquil is through Colliseum and Action Replay.


Personally I consider this the best reply yet. Maybe the firered leafgreen remakes would seem too soon; but I still hold high regards towards a Ruby and Saphire remake. After gsc, they are next in line for the remake commision. Of course it also brings to point the issue of a fifth generation. If a new handheld gaming system is realesed, would the DS be compatible with this new device? Or perhaps since Gold and Silver already sort of include a mini red and blue remake as to the Kanto region aspect of those games, why not include the Hoenn region as an extra land alongside unnamed fifth genration continent? (ps thank you to the mod who moved this to the proper forum) and my apologies for the extensive repliy, seeing as this was typed on my iPod touch.

Youji
May 7th, 2009, 01:47 PM
I doubt Nintendo is going this way. I mean why re-remaking a Pokémon Game? FireRed and LeafGreen are just perfect as they are for GBA and I don't know if we really need a remake of R/S/E as (at least for me) were the worst games of all.
I just hope that they won't expand the amount of catchable Pokémon too much. I mean we were happy when we had 251? Weren't we? That's why all want a G/S remake, to get back to the feeling of Gen. II ;)
But well GameFreak / Nintendo is always full of surprises and we never know what comes next.

BakingBluePotatoe
May 7th, 2009, 03:12 PM
There probably won't have RSE reamkes until next generation...

Meh. I don't know if I'll want the reamkes or not... if the next generation isn't compatible with the DS games... then the better make one.

Frankly, I'll be pissed of if I can't have my precious Blaziken... </3

AceOfSpades
May 7th, 2009, 04:12 PM
Let me elaborate on why they made the remakes, before I actually tell you what I think...

As you know, G/S/C games were compatible with the R/B/G games. You could take Pokemon from Kanto and give them to yourself (Lolz) in Johto. This was an intended feature for Ruby/Sapphire/Emerald (To be able to receive Pokemon from G/S/C), however, the new cartridge style for the Gameness Advanced made it impossible to do this. R/S/E players could not receive Pokemon from G/S/C, and in turn, could not receive Pokemon from R/B/G.
So, the games Firered and Leafgreen were created to get all the original Kanto Pokemon, and a few Johto ones too (I think o_O). So, D/P/Plt were coming, and people still could not get all of the Johto Pokemon. People could get Kanto and Hoenn Pokemon, but not all of the Johto ones. Now, Gamefreak decides to remake the G/S/C games (probably) so the D/P/Plt gamers can get:
A. All Kanto Pokemon
B. All Johto Pokemon
C. All Hoenn Pokemon
D. And the native Sinnoh Pokemon
And now, we have a total of three (D/P/Plt) games, along with two or three (G/S/C remakes) supposed remakes which will be able to receive all Pokemon.

Now, to answer this question, let's follow this scenario. A new wacky Nintendo hand held comes out that is an immediate success (not too hard to imagine). It takes a new form of cartridge, maybe it uses disks instead, and the 5th gen Pokemon game releases (Hoo Ray!). The new console may not be able to connect with DS games or GBA games, which means that the new 5th gen Pokemon game would have to get Pokemon from Kanto, Johto, Hoenn, and Sinnoh from where (unless it will have a DS Card slot, then the new Pokemon game could take Pokemon from D/P/Plt, which took Pokemon from the G/S/C remakes, which took Pokemon from FR/LG, which took Pokemon from R/S/E, and then THAT final game could have all Pokemon :P)? You guessed it, remakes :P If Nintendo is open for another 10 years, I think every single Pokemon game from R/B/G to D/P/Plt will be remade twice. Game freak makes these remakes to not only fix on past mistakes, but to allow everyone to get a full pokedex. And since everyone wants a full pokedex, everyone single one of us on this forum will buy every single remake.

For the illiterate, yes. I am 100% positive Ruby and Sapphire will be remade if Nintendo if Nintendo is still around for a long time. Not any time soon though :P

Hiroshi Sotomura
May 7th, 2009, 04:24 PM
At this time, any remake would be pinpointing to Gold and Silver if anything. We don't need anything else; hell, we just lost the ability to get certain Pokémon into Diamond & Pearl because migration and the use of the GBA slot to get certain Pokémon can no longer be done now that the DSi is out and not everyone can get the GBA games now that they're out of stock. (Hell, if they really are making a remake, they only didn't need to when the DSi didn't exist.)

The other running argument would be that the games are the last generation. Pokémon's crossed into full-colour, so what's the use of a remake? It'll only put the games in a more 3D environment plus add Sinnoh Pokémon.

Mumei
May 7th, 2009, 06:06 PM
RSE remakes will be on the DSi, I can almost guarantee it. They won't be for a while.

And Fr/Lg remakes seem highly unlikely. Why would the remake a remake? Well eventually, maybe.

Hiroshi Sotomura
May 7th, 2009, 06:11 PM
They won't. The DSi isn't the "next-generation" upgrade that would bill a full upgrade, like the Game Boy Color was, or the Game Boy Advance to the Game Boy Color was.

The Newbreed
May 7th, 2009, 08:17 PM
They won't. The DSi isn't the "next-generation" upgrade that would bill a full upgrade, like the Game Boy Color was, or the Game Boy Advance to the Game Boy Color was.

In fact, the DSi is about as important in the "next generation [handheld] console" scheme as say...the exclusive yellow "Simpsons" xBox 360 console. Meaning, that the DSi is more of a time consumer if anything. Merely a gimmick, a distraction perhaps. Like the Simpsons xbox 360 console, it was not an official upgrade to the xBox itself, simply a marketing gimmick that encouraged xBox fans and Simpsons watchers to purchase. The DSi is merely a small side road in the profit of the entire DS "era", if you will.

ZestyCactus
May 8th, 2009, 12:50 PM
If they make remakes of GenIII, well, I don't want them to ;P The games aren't that hard to get and most people have access to an older DS model or a GBA. If they do remake the games, they should probably wait until the successor to the DS. Otherwise that's waaay too soon.

iTzKaizer
May 8th, 2009, 01:41 PM
Since the G/S remakes were confirmed We can do conclusions:
Fire Red/Leaf Green and the G/S remakes(Heart Gold and... I can't remember...) were released aproximately 10 years after the the original games.
So it's possible that we don't get a Ruby/Saphire remake until 2013 or 2012 (end of the world damn.... No, just jocking)

RedJ
May 8th, 2009, 01:49 PM
Well, I doubt we'll get a FR/LG remake. Since they are, after all, remakes themselves. So why remake a remake?(yet. maybe in another few years). But as for the R/S/E remakes, I think that HS/SS will serve for this- simply because I know they have enough memory to add the Hoenn region. But, that's just me. But yeah, I think we'll be getting a remake of them eventually...but not anytime soon. I think its a bit too soon for it, as others have said.

jackowacko876
May 8th, 2009, 01:53 PM
No. I'm no businessman, but why invest in Kanto/ Hoenn remakes when you already have them on your GBA? One way to look at it...they've already created a way to get the Birds/Regis into G4 w/out using a GBA game. They'll probably find ways to keep doing that until every Pokemon is availible on the DS without a GBA, for eople w/ DSi's and no GBA slot.

fireyboy345
May 8th, 2009, 01:56 PM
I think we will get a ruby and sapphire remake with the next handheld nintendo system along with generation five. And if pokemon last long enough we will get a generation six with an even newer system along with diamond and pearl remakes and the cycle will go on and on and on and on and on.......forever.

seeker
May 8th, 2009, 02:00 PM
Well i can see a r/s/e remake down the line but i think there will be a whole new game with a whole new region (who's gonna stop them from creating that!) because like they cant make any more pokemon (apparently) So they could make a new story new charecters maybe new features and possibley old regions! they could still make an orange islands game or more anime based games!

The Newbreed
May 8th, 2009, 04:08 PM
I dont want to get too off topic here but an orange island game could mix with the possible RSE remake since the pure amount of water based areas in that game would promote its replay value as well as other aspects.

invisible-chan
May 11th, 2009, 04:04 PM
I highly doubt it. It'll be a port if anything, just to enable you to play it on DSi.

Second Coming of Jebus
May 12th, 2009, 05:26 AM
I think we will get a ruby and sapphire remake with the next handheld nintendo system along with generation five. And if pokemon last long enough we will get a generation six with an even newer system along with diamond and pearl remakes and the cycle will go on and on and on and on and on.......forever.

QFT. Agree with everything you just said. I'm sure pokemon will last til gen 8 or 9 imo.

Cherrim
May 13th, 2009, 06:33 AM
Echoing Todoroki, I can see Nintendo remaking these games every ten years or so, as long as they remain profitable.

Personally, I'm hoping against a Hoenn region remake. Just because those games are.. not my favorite. And besides, a main reason for the GSDS games is because of the loss of the GBA slot on the DSi, which makes getting the some of the Johto monsters a lot harder to get a hold of.

This this this x a million.

:/ Just look at Final Fantasy. They've remade the first games how many times now? I'm sure once they get through this iteration of remaking the original games for DS, they'll probably start over making them all pretty on PSP or PS3, even. I assume Nintendo will remake everything in gen 3 next (though FRLG will probably get remade another 10 years down the line at a big PKMN franchise milestone) and so on.

Cloudskye
May 14th, 2009, 08:03 AM
If it wasn't for the fact that Ruby, Sapphire, Emerald, Fire Red, and Leaf Green can communicate with Diamond and Pearl (in more than just trading, as slipping in a certain game and you can catch a certain Pokemon ), then I would say it would be possible. But they do, and so I highly doubt they're going to remake them.

Like what iPoke said, if it is a Gold/SIlver remake, it'll be because we have no access to the Johto region, and the only ways you can get Totodile, Chikorita, and Cyndaquil is through Colliseum and Action Replay.

I agree with this. Access to the Johto region is one of the only reasons that they'll make the remake, correct? Totodile, Chikorita, and Cyndaquil... You can get those in E/R/S I THINK... If you complete the Hoenn Dex. That's what I was told.

gteystre3t
May 15th, 2009, 08:53 AM
they will def remake them. if seems like a trend nintendo has (or gamefreak??) new generation comes out, then a remake. i definitely think it will happen.

AntiVenom
May 15th, 2009, 06:27 PM
No for a Kanto game remake. Its already getting a remake in G/S (If they keep the feature going between Johto and kanto)

I say yes for a Hoenn remake but maybe after 5th gen.

thedgr05
May 18th, 2009, 02:52 PM
I think if they were going for a kanto remake it´s more likely that they remake Yellow version with a travel to the Orange islands and more feartures like:
-any pokemon can follow you
-day/night
-berries (in the Orange Islands?)
-Honnen and johto pokemon in the Orange islands
-Orange Islands gyms and E4
-battle vs Prof. Oak?
-All 150 original pokemon disponible (except maybe raichu?)

and If they were to remake R/S/E they should add a trip to shinno maybe after beating the E4 or completing the pokedex?

Alpha Bass
May 18th, 2009, 07:00 PM
No, no, no, no! R/S/E were the games that started killing the series...D/P/PL just finished the job...I swear...theres to many go modding pokemon...
Groundon- controls all of the land (WHAT?!)
Kyogre- master of everything water (Not as much as a god modder as groundon....)
Dialga- controls time (SERIOUSLY! no! Whos idea was it to make a controller of time?!)
Palkia- controls space (again, not as bad of a god modder....but still, cheap )
Arceus- the pokemon version of god (ok, arent the pokemon after sinnoh suppost to be better than sinnoh? Nice! Lets see how you beat god -_- )

Seriously, R/S/E are games taht should never ever, ever, ever, EVER, have a remake, they were terrible!

balkj06
May 18th, 2009, 10:39 PM
well for every pokemon game (red blue ruby sap...) there is a manga series if they did make a remake they would have to add on the storyline so there can be a manga series for it but... red is 19 years old and if they did have a firered remake you will be playing as a 23 year old red (which I highly doudt)

BHwolfgang
May 19th, 2009, 05:45 PM
Maybe for every decade, there could be a remake of a Generation?

Could this be really be in grasp. From what one is saying is, to have another remake, Pokémon must live for another five or ten more years, but could that really happen?

JollyRoger25
May 19th, 2009, 08:11 PM
I think later down the line thats possiable that R/S/E will be remade, but not on the DS, or DSI, I mean see the trend of New Nintendo Handheld = New/Remade Pokemon Version, and I think there going to continue that trend.
I mean lets break this down...
Gameboy = Red/Blue
Gameboy Pocket = Yellow
Gameboy Color = Gold/Silver/Crystal
Gameboy Advanced = Ruby/Sapphire
Gameboy Advanced SP = Fire Red/Leaf Green
Gameboy Micro = Emerald
DS = Diamond/Pearl/Platinum
DSI = Heart Gold/Soul Silver

Wings Don't Cry
May 19th, 2009, 08:35 PM
No, no, no, no! R/S/E were the games that started killing the series...D/P/PL just finished the job...I swear...theres to many go modding pokemon...
Groundon- controls all of the land (WHAT?!)
Kyogre- master of everything water (Not as much as a god modder as groundon....)
Dialga- controls time (SERIOUSLY! no! Whos idea was it to make a controller of time?!)
Palkia- controls space (again, not as bad of a god modder....but still, cheap )
Arceus- the pokemon version of god (ok, arent the pokemon after sinnoh suppost to be better than sinnoh? Nice! Lets see how you beat god -_- )

Seriously, R/S/E are games taht should never ever, ever, ever, EVER, have a remake, they were terrible!


These two pokemon were completely useless since they had Celebi the time traveling pokemon(which would mean it could manipulate time) and Mew the origin of all pokemon(can learn every move way more of a god than Arceus)

Niprop
May 19th, 2009, 10:53 PM
Sure, R/S/E weren't the best pokémon games ever, but you have to admit it had some pretty cool things:

Diving, which I actually MISS from the game.

Even if 75% of Generation 3 pokémon suck, there were a few highlights (all those Gardevoir and Mudkip fans would agree with me.)

Secret bases, at least they weren't confined to just caves. (I'll miss my tree base.)

Double Battling, self explanatory.

Weather added another layer to battling.

Abilities made pokemon seem more unique (what was the difference between Sunflora and some other random grass type in generation 2?)

Berries were better defined. (PSNcure Berry? Imagine if berries and fruits were named like that in real life.)

Overworld sprites were improved. (I'll cry if I ever see Porygon's overworld spire replaced with Electrode's!)

Some of the events were pretty epic. (the unlocking of the Regis, and the storm caused by Kyogre.)

And we all know that the trick room if nothing more was an interesting thing to go through.

Sophidius
May 22nd, 2009, 04:34 AM
No, no, no, no! R/S/E were the games that started killing the series...D/P/PL just finished the job...I swear...theres to many go modding pokemon...
Groundon- controls all of the land (WHAT?!)
Kyogre- master of everything water (Not as much as a god modder as groundon....)
Dialga- controls time (SERIOUSLY! no! Whos idea was it to make a controller of time?!)
Palkia- controls space (again, not as bad of a god modder....but still, cheap )
Arceus- the pokemon version of god (ok, arent the pokemon after sinnoh suppost to be better than sinnoh? Nice! Lets see how you beat god -_- )

I agree, they should've sticked with legendaries like Lugia and Ho-Oh, who were just powerful. Mewtwo was okay too, but this is just over the limit. How could you possibly top God Pokemon? More powerful God Pokemon of course!
(How'd you beat uberpowerful Goku. With another Goku who has even more muscles! And how'd you beat him? More muscles, more muscles, etc. till you get an incredibly unrealistic monster, who's too strong, so he brings himself down :S).

Sure, R/S/E weren't the best pokémon games ever, but you have to admit it had some pretty cool things:

Diving, which I actually MISS from the game.

Even if 75% of Generation 3 pokémon suck, there were a few highlights (all those Gardevoir and Mudkip fans would agree with me.)

Secret bases, at least they weren't confined to just caves. (I'll miss my tree base.)

Double Battling, self explanatory.

Weather added another layer to battling.

Abilities made pokemon seem more unique (what was the difference between Sunflora and some other random grass type in generation 2?)

Berries were better defined. (PSNcure Berry? Imagine if berries and fruits were named like that in real life.)

Overworld sprites were improved. (I'll cry if I ever see Porygon's overworld spire replaced with Electrode's!)

Some of the events were pretty epic. (the unlocking of the Regis, and the storm caused by Kyogre.)

And we all know that the trick room if nothing more was an interesting thing to go through.

Yeah, Ruby and Sapphire weren't so bad. And DPPt started with God Pokemon, because of the incredibly powerful RSE Pokemon. Like I said above: You get a uberpowerful Goku effect, which causes the Pokemon to become more and more overpowered. It's not Pokemon's fault that they have to come up with something stronger every generation. It's because of the audience who wants to see more and more action.

Nnoitra Jiruga
May 22nd, 2009, 07:28 PM
Personally, I don't think it will happen D : It would be cool an' all, but Nintendo would probably focus more on making new games than on remaking them.

Harry Blue5
May 23rd, 2009, 02:26 AM
If there is a Ruby/Saphire remake I presume it would be made a lot later in the DSi's life on perhaps even in the third incarnation of the DS.

Sophidius
May 23rd, 2009, 08:19 AM
If there is a Ruby/Saphire remake I presume it would be made a lot later in the DSi's life on perhaps even in the third incarnation of the DS.

Personally, I think that Nintendo won't make another DS. I actually believe they'll come up with something entirely new, just like the GameBoy series was a predecessor of the DS. I do think they'll put Nintendo in front of it, though. (Maybe the Nintendo VR (Virtual Reality) with motion sensor in the device itself (like a Wii-Mote without Wii and with a touch screen on top of it) with Mario Kart VRoom? :D)
Just a silly thought of mine that seemed cool if it would actually happen :P

Alexithymia~
May 23rd, 2009, 10:27 AM
I wouldn't want a R/S remake.
It's just something that I have no interest in.
I think Nintendo would create a 5th gen instead of remaking a game that's only a few years old and there isn't much demand for.
I think more people would want a 5th gen. Just an opinion.

uhhh6677
May 23rd, 2009, 10:37 AM
People are saying that Nintendo will keep remaking games for a long time. If that happens, and re-remake R/B/Y, do you think they will incorporate Johto? I mean, where was Tohjo Falls in FR/LG? You're used to going through Tohjo Falls to the east on your way to Kanto, but what about to the west on your way to Johto? Ever thought about that?

Alexithymia~
May 23rd, 2009, 11:14 AM
I haven't ever thought about it.
I don't plan to, really.
Not something that interests me, but I'm sure it's a possibility.
Would be interesting to others I'm sure.

Kayahtic
May 23rd, 2009, 12:58 PM
Its too bad they dont have something like this on the wii, play pokemon 3D like. Walk around, etc. I actually thought about them reamking things, and I'm sure one day they'll end up remaking E/S/R.
They already did R/B, now G/S.. so I'm sure in the future it'll be S/R.

POKéMIKE
May 23rd, 2009, 03:25 PM
I was wondering if there'll be a pattern now.

Generation I
Generation II
Generation III
Remake of Generation I
Generation IV
Remake of Generation II
Generation V
Remake of Generation III

...and so on?

I don't like Hoenn at all, so I probably wouldn't buy the remakes if they did make them.

lolwut
May 23rd, 2009, 08:23 PM
i really hope they do; of course if they even end up making another remake which i doubt will happen for a LONG time. I think after HG/SS, its going to be r/s/e but not any time soon

~*!*~Tatsujin Gosuto~*!*~
May 25th, 2009, 07:50 AM
there was really nothing wrong with RSE, so why make a remake


:t354:TG

Rai-Kou
May 29th, 2009, 05:59 PM
I think they wont make a remake of them, since its the last movie they might just make a game with every region and finish the series

Sweet Jasmine
May 31st, 2009, 12:11 AM
Well i hope there would be a remake for DS. Because you can trade your Diamond and Pearl Pokemon after getting the Natinal Dex so it is fun :3.

BHwolfgang
May 31st, 2009, 07:55 AM
I was wondering if there'll be a pattern now.

Generation I
Generation II
Generation III
Remake of Generation I
Generation IV
Remake of Generation II
Generation V
Remake of Generation III

...and so on?

I don't like Hoenn at all, so I probably wouldn't buy the remakes if they did make them. Hoenn could always improve.

Your pattern is possible, but you also left the countless spin-offs and years of the making. It'll be a long time when there would be a remake of Gen. III.

Ayselipera
May 31st, 2009, 09:32 AM
I never thought that they would think of remaking
Ruby and Sapphire. Its only because I thought they
remade the first and second generation games
because of how out dated they are from the way
the games are now. Ruby and Sapphire is a mostly
modern pokemon game that has most of the new
features in it. If they do remake it I don't think it will
be with the next generation of pokemon seeing that
it hasn't been out nearly as long as the first and second
generation of pokemon when they were remade.

pokefansam
June 12th, 2009, 12:36 AM
i belive that nintendo would make a new generation of pokemon well before they start investing in remakes of games under 10 years of age

Wings Don't Cry
June 12th, 2009, 12:45 AM
I don't see them remaking fire red and leaf green for a long long time considering they are remakes themselves

The Apprentice™
June 12th, 2009, 12:47 AM
I would say..

No no no no nowy no no.....no

lol

I just don't see it happening but hey who knows.

Lycaeus
June 12th, 2009, 06:11 AM
Well, I think that'd be awesome. A remake of FR and LG would be amazing :D (I could care less about RSE). But if it's gunna take till 2010 for HGSS to come out, I bet there's gunna be a new system too (; and if you get what I'm getting at, those games'll be released under like the DS3D (DS 3D) or something. Just my opinion.

Hiroshi Uwishicarwei
June 13th, 2009, 01:16 PM
I do think that we're forgetting that the Emerald game has an event for the Johto Starters. Can't quite remember how many pokemon you need to get them... But the Ruby, Sapphire remake is probably slim to medium. Like 10% to 40% I would say. But at this rate, it would take a lot more customizations to get Dexoys and Jirachi in the games, not sure if that'll work yet. If they get the rumors leak out of it, We could have a better playing arsenal except the bugs and incompatibility with the Diamond, Pearl, and Platinum game due to the scripts they make the games work for communitcation could be overdue because by the time they're release, I would say the functions would die out. But the FireRed, LeafGreen/Red, Blue, Green remake shouldn't be remade because the other games won't be at its match. Remaking Red/Blue/Green once more for the third time would equal down rates on the money they made becuase the remakes that are being focused on is causing a downfall in the new 5th generation that they want to make, if they want to make 520+ Pokemon, then finish up with the translations and event changes for HG/SS and hurry up with the 5th generation pokemon. All of my words are out of order but try to understand. There is changes of the FR/LG/R/G/B remake possibly being slim to none. If that happens, I would it but, it'll possibly be on the Wii as far as we know it or a new Wii version possibly with upgrades. Nothing else I can say. but thats what I have.

pokemon965
June 17th, 2009, 01:13 AM
all i think is that nintendo/gamefreak should make a pokemon game for ds/dsi and call it whatever want and let you go to kanto Johto and Hoenn and Sinnoh and let you catch all 493 so it will be like pokemon world 493!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!

JoltIce
June 17th, 2009, 05:32 AM
I doubt they'll remake FR/LG because, whoever heard of remaking a remake? And RSE because they're to new.

UraharaSteph
June 17th, 2009, 07:57 AM
Wow, I would love them to remake Red and Green for the DS!
I really want them on the DS, it would be so much fun and it would be better to do that then to make yet another region where they have a whole new bunch of Pokémon, just to make more money on the DS.

Or, at least they can make the Yellow and Blue for the DS, that would be nice.

poke-ranger
June 20th, 2009, 10:06 AM
I think Nintendo want the DS to last for a while, so they might remake it in he future some time! Hopefully :D I wouldn't mind :P

Solyss
June 20th, 2009, 10:23 AM
I want a Ruby/Sapphire remake. .__. I HAD Ruby a long time ago and sold it, and now they don't exist. I can't find one ANYWHERE.

BUT YOU KNOW WHAT I REALLY WANT?
Standard Pokemon game for the WII.
Same concept, you save the professor, you get your choice of a pokemon, you start your journey confronting and catching wild pokemon and fighting at gyms.
But all in 3-D.
BUT I DIGRESS.
/rant

Jweeson
June 20th, 2009, 05:10 PM
I don't see them remaking FRLG or RSE for a while. Probably not for numerous years. Once all the original DS handhelds break, and only the DSi's without GBA slots are left, then they might remake them. But I'm sure enough people will be angry about the DSi not having a GBA slot that they will add one soon.

Satoshi Ookami
June 20th, 2009, 11:47 PM
I don't think remakes of FR/LG or R/S will be on DS platform since all remakes were on the platforms 2 generations after first release

Inferno1
June 21st, 2009, 12:48 AM
i personally think they should quickly make every game n ds it would be awesome havng everything i ds i would prefer it than having to migrate

.Wolfie-kun.
June 22nd, 2009, 01:22 PM
On the basis that R/S/E and FR/LG can communicate with D/P/P anyways currently (And most likely HG/SS as well), I see no need for one at this time.

But taking DSi into consideration, maybe they may CONSIDER it when the original DS and DS Lite go out of production. And you can always hope they may have some sort of remake or port when FR/LG or R/S/E reach their 10th anniversary.

The point I'll leave on is that I'm currently happy that Gold and Silver are being remade (No doubt some Crystal features will be incorporated), and that they should just get on with that and make it the best Pokemon remakes ever and maybe THEN focus on other remakes when the dust has settled on HG/SS.

s0nido
June 22nd, 2009, 04:17 PM
Now before you say "NO! We already have Firered and Leafgreen on gameboy.", listen to this.

Now with the possible gold and silver remakes, who is to say that Nintendo would be at an inconveinence to NOT have all the Pokemon games reformatted for DS? All the investment into the DS has more than passed expectations, so why not? Nintendo is making so much money off of DS, I've heard people say "Gameboy Advanced? Whats that?".

Not to mention a Ruby and Saphire remake. There is many features in the AG games that the DS's massive memory could greatly enhance, that I would love to have "Pokemon Rubyred or Saphireblue". Who knows? Its entirely possible.

They'll probably remake R/S/E when they release the 5th gen games. As for Fr/Lg, they'll never have to remake that because they're already remakes and remaking remakes is a waste of time and money. Maybe they'll remake them after, like, 10 years.

Bigdog
July 19th, 2009, 11:36 AM
I agree, they should've sticked with legendaries like Lugia and Ho-Oh, who were just powerful. Mewtwo was okay too, but this is just over the limit. How could you possibly top God Pokemon? More powerful God Pokemon of course!
(How'd you beat uberpowerful Goku. With another Goku who has even more muscles! And how'd you beat him? More muscles, more muscles, etc. till you get an incredibly unrealistic monster, who's too strong, so he brings himself down :S).



Yeah, Ruby and Sapphire weren't so bad. And DPPt started with God Pokemon, because of the incredibly powerful RSE Pokemon. Like I said above: You get a uberpowerful Goku effect, which causes the Pokemon to become more and more overpowered. It's not Pokemon's fault that they have to come up with something stronger every generation. It's because of the audience who wants to see more and more action.

At first , my hatred of not being able to bring my older pokemon form GSC clouded my judgment of Ruby when I played it the first time, but I have to admit that I like Torchic and Mudkip .

Charmandew
July 19th, 2009, 12:27 PM
I have many thoughts on this peculiar subject.

On the canonical side of thing, I think these generation sets (RSEFrLg and DPPlHgSs) fit, since RSE and Fr/Lg happen around the same time, and DPPlHgSs all happen at a similar time, 3 years after Gen 3.

On the more technical side of things, I think FireRed and LeafGreen primarily existed to not only make possible the contact between first and third gen possible, but also to update R/B to the battle and stat engine reforme that RSE brought about. HgSs will surely be there for similar reasons. Wow, mu argument sure does sound stupid.

But on the marketing side of things, I think Nintendo just want to bring back the fans they lost when RSE came about.

Also, I definitely don't advice making a remake of a remake.

Collen
July 19th, 2009, 01:07 PM
probbally not they are remakes themself you know.

giancarloparimango11
July 19th, 2009, 01:49 PM
During The 5th Gen Of Pokemon They Will Remake Pokemon Ruby/Sapphire. It Will Be In Approximately 4 Years.

toastx2009
July 19th, 2009, 02:19 PM
They should call the R/S remake MagmaRuby and AquaSapphire. It will come probably on 2013. I would seriously buy the R/S remake since it was my first Pokemon Game. =D