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FreakyLocz14
July 12th, 2009, 04:19 AM
Red and Blue were remade in Gen 3
Gold and Silver were remade in Gen 4
Are Ruby and Sapphire remakes in store for Gen 5?

What would they be called? I'm thinking BloodRuby and SpiritSapphire.

It would really cool to see the run-ins with Groundon and Kyogre in some super cool Gen 5 graphics we can only imagine what they would look like as of yet.

Robot From Heaven
July 12th, 2009, 04:28 AM
I could see them remaking them in Gen 5 since they have done with every other generation..

maybe MysticSappire & DarkRuby lol

solaris knight
July 12th, 2009, 04:59 AM
I wouldn't care either way, since the Ruby and Saphire themselves aren't all that old. As long as the internal battery in my Emerald still works, I can get enjoyment out of the Hoenn region. And since the battery in my Gold and Crystal have yet to die, and they're both several years older, I guess I'm going to have many years with Emerald.

But if GameFreak continue with this trend, there will probably be a R/S remake sometime in the next five years.

Allure XI
July 12th, 2009, 05:57 AM
It depends on if we can trade our DPPt/HGSS Pokemon to Generation 5.

If we can, I don't care either way if we get a remake. I could still trade my original RSE Pokemon to DPPt, and then transfer them to Gen 5; therefore, I would still have my Hoenn Pokemon and not need a remake. As long as my internal batteries don'e die (do RSE carts have internal batteries? I think so...), I would be perfectly fine without a remake.

The problem with remaking 3rd Gen in Gen 5 is what remake would they have in Gen 6? They would most likely remake RBY again before they remake DP. That's assuming we get to a Generation 6... I'm sort of hoping it ends at 5, and then they create new games in different regions, but with different combinations of Pokemon Gen 1-5.

Xarses
July 12th, 2009, 06:00 AM
It's a nice thought for all those kids that fell in love with Pokemon through those games, but I personally didn't really like either of those. But, if nintendo wants an extra buck, I'm sure they'll do it. Would be nice to see updated graphics for those games; the underwater should look a lot sweeter as well.


Overall, I think, sure why not? It's another Pokemon game that I get to explore.

FreakyLocz14
July 12th, 2009, 06:36 AM
It depends on if we can trade our DPPt/HGSS Pokemon to Generation 5.

If we can, I don't care either way if we get a remake. I could still trade my original RSE Pokemon to DPPt, and then transfer them to Gen 5; therefore, I would still have my Hoenn Pokemon and not need a remake. As long as my internal batteries don'e die (do RSE carts have internal batteries? I think so...), I would be perfectly fine without a remake.

The problem with remaking 3rd Gen in Gen 5 is what remake would they have in Gen 6? They would most likely remake RBY again before they remake DP. That's assuming we get to a Generation 6... I'm sort of hoping it ends at 5, and then they create new games in different regions, but with different combinations of Pokemon Gen 1-5.

Gen 6 will probably have Diamond and Pearl remakes

Eon-Rider
July 12th, 2009, 06:46 AM
I think I've had enough of Ruby and Sapphire. I don't think they'll ever be remade because I believe the reason the first two generations of the game were remade were due to incompatibility. Ruby and Sapphire can still connect to the newer games via Pal Park.

FreakyLocz14
July 12th, 2009, 07:21 AM
I think I've had enough of Ruby and Sapphire. I don't think they'll ever be remade because I believe the reason the first two generations of the game were remade were due to incompatibility. Ruby and Sapphire can still connect to the newer games via Pal Park.

You have a point but 5th Gen may bring up whole new compatibility issues

Leyt
July 12th, 2009, 09:00 AM
I possibly have better memories on Ruby and Sapphire than I do with the older games, actually, so I might like that. I've spent 117+ hours on my current Emerald save, and that doesn't count the numerous restarts I did with my cousin years ago. I'd probably buy the remakes.

Ayselipera
July 12th, 2009, 12:37 PM
Yeah I wouldn't mind them remaking it. A new game is a new game!

Ben.
July 12th, 2009, 01:03 PM
i dont mind really i like r/s but theres on thing about all remakes why dont they do the 3 game eg yellow crystal

Johnny590
July 12th, 2009, 01:14 PM
Yeah I wouldn't mind them remaking it. A new game is a new game!

What she said.

I wouldn't mind, but seriously? 5th Generation when 4th Gen was introduced only 2 years ago?

H to the N.

I say remakes for Ruby & Sapphire in 4th gen, not 5th gen.

P.S: This should be a poll.

Parshath
July 12th, 2009, 02:47 PM
Very unlikely, I believe, since it is a game that the somewhat-recent DS systems still can play (DS Phat and DS Lite), but still, not completely impossible.

Nugget
July 12th, 2009, 06:06 PM
I support this hack :D I would love to be one of the first to play it but i wish i could help like with the scripting etc etc..But yet i am no good at anything to do with it....:|

Cant wait for it :D

MLU
July 12th, 2009, 06:07 PM
So every generation is supposedly going to have a remake?

FreakyLocz14
July 12th, 2009, 07:23 PM
So every generation is supposedly going to have a remake?

It depends on how long Pokemon is popular really, as a 5th Gen would probably be a few years away.
If R/S aren't remade I'd expect Diamond and Pearl to be remade due to their popularity.

kkaitlinn94
July 12th, 2009, 07:34 PM
okay so there was original Kanto - R/B/Y (GB)
then there was "new" Kanto - FR/LG (GBA)
and possibly remaking for DS?

original Johto - G/S/C (GBC)
"new" Johto - HG/SS (DS)

original Hoenn - R/S/E (GBA)
new Hoenn? - DS

original Sinnoh - D/P/P (DS)
NEW SINNOH? - ?

I mean, I can understand the remaking Kanto and Johto because those first came out on GB/GBC, which is obviously not around anymore. I guess a new Hoenn and newerKanto would be okay in the future when GBA dies out more. But a new Sinnoh? I hope we don't see that anytime soon. I'm just about Sinnoh-ed out for now, playing both Diamond and Platinum, and I'm not ready for a remake of that unless it has a totally new storyline.

We don't need a remake of each region everytime a new handheld comes out...

Skaterzpenguin
July 12th, 2009, 07:42 PM
I never was into the Hoenn region that much, but I idc if they do make another sequel for gen. 5, although they should make the 4 orange islands video game. Now that would be cool too. ;D

cjs177
July 12th, 2009, 07:44 PM
all new pokemon games ar a good thing so yes.

Eon-Rider
July 12th, 2009, 07:46 PM
I support this hack :D I would love to be one of the first to play it but i wish i could help like with the scripting etc etc..But yet i am no good at anything to do with it....:|

Cant wait for it :D

If you actually bothered to read this thread properly you would realise we're discussing how potential an official Ruby and Sapphire remake would be.

IcyArceusRider
July 12th, 2009, 07:48 PM
Hmm...I really think that it's possible for them to do a Fifth gen remake of Ruby and Sapphire, according to the way they've remade Red and Blue in the third generation, and Gold and Silver in the fourth. But really, since Ruby and Sapphire were advanced generation games, I don't think it would really be necessary to remake them.

Might be pretty cool, though.

derozio
July 12th, 2009, 07:51 PM
You have a point but 5th Gen may bring up whole new compatibility issues
That's a good point there. I believe that R/S/E will be remade in 5th generation.

Sakura Rain
July 12th, 2009, 08:22 PM
Meh. Unless the internal batteries in my R/S/E go out, I really don't care that much for a remake. It'd be cool to see the underwater routes and all that, though.

Norg
July 12th, 2009, 08:33 PM
No didnt they already remake thoes in a game called emerald

if u mean make the 3rd gen pokemon games into a DS cart then ehhh how would u trade using pal park ???

FreakyLocz14
July 12th, 2009, 08:43 PM
No didnt they already remake thoes in a game called emerald

if u mean make the 3rd gen pokemon games into a DS cart then ehhh how would u trade using pal park ???

Emerald was the third version. Red and Blue had Yellow, Gold and Silver had Crystal yet they are being remade, and D/P has Platinum. Those are third versions not remakes.

And no not a DS cart it would be on a future console.

HarrisonH
July 12th, 2009, 08:55 PM
No, I wouldn't. Stop making remakes of games, and release something new.

derozio
July 12th, 2009, 08:59 PM
No, I wouldn't. Stop making remakes of games, and release something new.
Sorry but I don't think remakes are bad. They are always good. FR/LG were good and HG/SS are looking really good upto now. They make wont stop making remakes. R/S will be remade in 5th gen and I am positive about this!

Tinhead Bruce
July 12th, 2009, 10:56 PM
You have a point but 5th Gen may bring up whole new compatibility issues

That's not a good point at all. If the 5th Generation is going to have a problem connecting to Hoenn pokémon, then it's going to have to have trouble connecting to D/P/Pt. Nintendo only remakes games once they phase out old games and you are no longer able to get the pokémon from the older Gen. to the new Gen.. The reason they are remaking G/S is that you cannot connect Gen. 1 or Gen. 2 to the newer games. They solved Gen 1's problem with FR/LG, and now they're solving Gen 2's problem with the G/S remakes. You are still able to transfer pokémon from Gen. 3 to Gen. 4. The only time they made it so you couldn't transfer the old pokés to the new Gen. was from Gen. 2 to Gen 3., and that was only because they changed the inner-workings of the game.

If what I just said isn't enough, Gen. 3 was the least-liked game, statistically speaking. Gen. 2 if what you hear everyone talking about as being their favorite games, not Gen. 3. They may be a few outliers, sure, but that's why they're outliers.

Sorry for my rant, and if part of my post was circular logic, but if read correctly it should make sense.

So no, I really don't want to see R/S as remakes. Until I absolutely cannot connect D/P to the newest games (when they come out), there is IMO no reason to make 3rd Gen. remakes. Of course, if I get my way, when they make 3rd Gen. remakes they'll also have to remake D/P. That's a long way off.





And to the poster above: "Good" is relative. It's your opinion that all remakes are good, but I know a lot of people that did not like the Gen. 1 remakes.

R/S will be remade in 5th gen and I am positive about this!Have you snuck into GameFreak recently? No? I didn't think so. Until you see an official announcement, you can speculate all you want, but (this is a fact, not an opinion like yours) you cannot be positive that they will make a remake.

Game, set, match. It's over bro. I 6-0'ed all sets.

derozio
July 13th, 2009, 12:10 AM
That's not a good point at all. If the 5th Generation is going to have a problem connecting to Hoenn pokémon, then it's going to have to have trouble connecting to D/P/Pt. Nintendo only remakes games once they phase out old games and you are no longer able to get the pokémon from the older Gen. to the new Gen.. The reason they are remaking G/S is that you cannot connect Gen. 1 or Gen. 2 to the newer games. They solved Gen 1's problem with FR/LG, and now they're solving Gen 2's problem with the G/S remakes. You are still able to transfer pokémon from Gen. 3 to Gen. 4. The only time they made it so you couldn't transfer the old pokés to the new Gen. was from Gen. 2 to Gen 3., and that was only because they changed the inner-workings of the game.

If what I just said isn't enough, Gen. 3 was the least-liked game, statistically speaking. Gen. 2 if what you hear everyone talking about as being their favorite games, not Gen. 3. They may be a few outliers, sure, but that's why they're outliers.

Sorry for my rant, and if part of my post was circular logic, but if read correctly it should make sense.

So no, I really don't want to see R/S as remakes. Until I absolutely cannot connect D/P to the newest games (when they come out), there is IMO no reason to make 3rd Gen. remakes. Of course, if I get my way, when they make 3rd Gen. remakes they'll also have to remake D/P. That's a long way off.

And to the poster above: "Good" is relative. It's your opinion that all remakes are good, but I know a lot of people that did not like the Gen. 1 remakes.

Have you snuck into GameFreak recently? No? I didn't think so. Until you see an official announcement, you can speculate all you want, but (this is a fact, not an opinion like yours) you cannot be positive that they will make a remake.

Game, set, match. It's over bro. I 6-0'ed all sets.

Ok. Got that.


That's true I guess!

It was totally logical!


You are correct here too! But I just thought that as 1st and second gen recieved remakes, the other gen may also recieve remakes!


I too know a lot of people who liked FR/LG! :P I understand that its different opinions for different people. Its true that FR/LG were not liked by many but you can't call it a bad game. It was good. And thus the use of word 'good' by me.


(What if I am snucked? You really don't know that much about me,do you? What if I am a person from gamefreak trying to get to know public opinion?) Its my just my opinion pal. Maybe I can be wrong. And if there is any rule that says that I can't be positive about a game's remake before it being officially annouced then I'll stop being positive.BTW I have not heard of any rule like that.

No you didn't.


Last but not the least, please don't get too overheated! You sounded far too rude!



Gen. 3 was the least-liked game, statistically speaking.





Pokémon Ruby and Sapphire were highly anticipated and met with largely positive reception. In Japan, they sold 1.25 million units within the first four days of release and were the best-selling games of the 2002 holiday season;sales totaled around 4.4 million within six weeks of release. They also became the first games to sell 2 million copies in Japan since 2001's Final Fantasy X (http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Final_Fantasy_X) and the first games for a hand-held console to do so since 2000's Yu-Gi-Oh! Duel Monsters 4. In North America, Nintendo moved around 2.2 million units by April 2003 (within one month of the games' North American release) in the region alone. Ruby and Sapphire were the second and third best-selling games, respectively, of 2003.[50] (http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Pok%C3%A9mon_Ruby_and_Sapphire#cite_note-69) The games enjoyed success in Europe as well. They were the second best-selling games of the holiday season in 2002; even before release, European retailers imported cartridges from the United States to meet the high demand for the games.[52] (http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Pok%C3%A9mon_Ruby_and_Sapphire#cite_note-71) With around 13 million units sold worldwide, the games are the best-selling titles ever for the Game Boy Advance. However, analysts noted that with "young kids...gravitating toward Yu-Gi-Oh! (http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Yu-Gi-Oh!)" at the time, Pokémon's popularity was waning.[54] (http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Pok%C3%A9mon_Ruby_and_Sapphire#cite_note-73) This was reflected in the games' sales compared to those of previous generations: Red and Blue (http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Pok%C3%A9mon_Red_and_Blue) sold nearly 17 million units worldwide, and Gold and Silver (http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Pok%C3%A9mon_Gold_and_Silver) sold a little over 14 million units.

As you can see they were not that bad according to statistics.

FreakyLocz14
July 13th, 2009, 01:09 AM
That's not a good point at all. If the 5th Generation is going to have a problem connecting to Hoenn pokémon, then it's going to have to have trouble connecting to D/P/Pt. Nintendo only remakes games once they phase out old games and you are no longer able to get the pokémon from the older Gen. to the new Gen.. The reason they are remaking G/S is that you cannot connect Gen. 1 or Gen. 2 to the newer games. They solved Gen 1's problem with FR/LG, and now they're solving Gen 2's problem with the G/S remakes. You are still able to transfer pokémon from Gen. 3 to Gen. 4. The only time they made it so you couldn't transfer the old pokés to the new Gen. was from Gen. 2 to Gen 3., and that was only because they changed the inner-workings of the game.

If what I just said isn't enough, Gen. 3 was the least-liked game, statistically speaking. Gen. 2 if what you hear everyone talking about as being their favorite games, not Gen. 3. They may be a few outliers, sure, but that's why they're outliers.

Sorry for my rant, and if part of my post was circular logic, but if read correctly it should make sense.

So no, I really don't want to see R/S as remakes. Until I absolutely cannot connect D/P to the newest games (when they come out), there is IMO no reason to make 3rd Gen. remakes. Of course, if I get my way, when they make 3rd Gen. remakes they'll also have to remake D/P. That's a long way off.





And to the poster above: "Good" is relative. It's your opinion that all remakes are good, but I know a lot of people that did not like the Gen. 1 remakes.

Have you snuck into GameFreak recently? No? I didn't think so. Until you see an official announcement, you can speculate all you want, but (this is a fact, not an opinion like yours) you cannot be positive that they will make a remake.

Game, set, match. It's over bro. I 6-0'ed all sets.

Well even in the 4th Gen the new DSi console removed the GBA slot so that's already a compadibility issue for those who traded in their old DS or DS Lite for the DSi luckily I still have my GBA SP and my sis let's me borrow her original DS if I need to use Pal Park.

There shouldn't be any problems with D/P/Plat connecting with any Gen 5 games due to the wireless capibilities. Gen 3 and under lack wireless (except that sorry excuse for wireless that use to come bundled with FR/LG.

Also if all else fails Nintendo may decide to do it just for the profit motive. If D/P has remakes in store that would probably be in the 6th Gen, granted Pokemon lasts that long.

Obsession
July 13th, 2009, 05:17 AM
I don't really feel that another game is entirely nessicary. I really enjoyed the gen 3 games for what they were. The graphics are survivable and colourful (to be honest those games look even more wonderful on my DS)

All I asked for these past years was gen 2 remade since i never had access to a Gameboy at the point of its release, sure I hold the original games now, but there is no method as far as i know, of transferring GBA Pokemon to GBC games. I think the Gold and Silver remakes were a nessecity, besides the fact that about 90% of the community wanted to see one.

angelsavoir
July 13th, 2009, 07:46 AM
I dont really care if they remake them. Im also not to sure that they would. But who knows! lol

~*!*~Tatsujin Gosuto~*!*~
July 13th, 2009, 10:06 AM
No.
But if they do make a remake, then I guess they make a remake, it depends on the features that they add


:t354:TG

Tinhead Bruce
July 13th, 2009, 10:09 AM
You are correct here too! But I just thought that as 1st and second gen recieved remakes, the other gen may also recieve remakes!Did you not see what I said before? They only received remakes because it was necessary.


I too know a lot of people who liked FR/LG! :P I understand that its different opinions for different people. Its true that FR/LG were not liked by many but you can't call it a bad game. It was good. And thus the use of word 'good' by me. Who are you to tell me I can't call it a bad game? I can call it whatever I want.


(What if I am snucked? You really don't know that much about me,do you? What if I am a person from gamefreak trying to get to know public opinion?) Its my just my opinion pal. Maybe I can be wrong. And if there is any rule that says that I can't be positive about a game's remake before it being officially annouced then I'll stop being positive.BTW I have not heard of any rule like that.You are snucked? I don't understand what you're saying. Well... considering you just said that what you said before are just opinions, I highly doubt you work for GameFreak, otherwise you would know for a fact whether they are or are not remaking R/S, which you don't. There is not officially a rule that says you can't be say that you're positive aobut something that you arent, but you misleading people. When you are starting a rumor, it is appropriate for someone to call you out.

I just noticed this. What do you mean trying to get the public opinion? If you do work for GameFreak, then it absolutely doesn't matter whether the public thinks there is going to be a set of remakes.


No you didn't.


Last but not the least, please don't get too overheated! You sounded far too rude!
Wow... okay. Hahah, that's your opinion.

How do you know what tone I was trying to convey in my post? I have the right to sound rude if I'm trying to clarify a post you made that can confuse people. As I said before, if you say that you are "positive about this (remaking R/S)", and you aren't, then you're spreading rumors and it's perfectly fine for me to sound however rude I need to to get my point across. If you don't like my tone, then down rep. me.


As you can see they were not that bad according to statistics.However, analysts noted that with "young kids...gravitating toward Yu-Gi-Oh!" at the time, Pokémon's popularity was waning. This was reflected in the games' sales compared to those of previous generations: Red and Blue sold nearly 17 million units worldwide, and Gold and Silver sold a little over 14 million units.Didn't you read the whole post? I said statistically speaking Gen. 3 was the least-liked Gen.. First off, that has very little to do with the sales, as someone can buy something and not like it. I do all the time. Second, if we are going by number of games sold, it clearly says that the 1st and 2nd Gens. sold more units than the 3rd Gen, and I don't have the data with me right now, but D/P/Pt has also sold more.



Well even in the 4th Gen the new DSi console removed the GBA slot so that's already a compadibility issue for those who traded in their old DS or DS Lite for the DSi luckily I still have my GBA SP and my sis let's me borrow her original DS if I need to use Pal Park.Yes, but it's still possible to send pokémon from the 3rd Gen. to the 4th Gen.. the 1st and 2nd Gen. were only remade once they could in no way connect to the newer Gens..


There shouldn't be any problems with D/P/Plat connecting with any Gen 5 games due to the wireless capibilities. Gen 3 and under lack wireless (except that sorry excuse for wireless that use to come bundled with FR/LG.Right, so there is no reason to remake the 3rd Gen. Plus, if they were to remake R/S, they'd obviously have to remake FR/LG, as they come from the same generation, thus they have the same problems..... which as of now are none.

Also if all else fails Nintendo may decide to do it just for the profit motive. If D/P has remakes in store that would probably be in the 6th Gen, granted Pokemon lasts that long.But at this point in time, when you can still transfer pokémon from the 3rd Gen. to the 4th Gen., people aren't going to pay a lot of money if they can just as easily get their old pokémon onto the new games with a somewhat small amount of hassle.

sanny the hedgehog
July 13th, 2009, 10:18 AM
nah not really. i didnt really get in to hoenn that much.
but it'd be cool if they remade it.

derozio
July 14th, 2009, 03:16 AM
Did you not see what I said before? They only received remakes because it was necessary.

Who are you to tell me I can't call it a bad game? I can call it whatever I want.

You are snucked? I don't understand what you're saying. Well... considering you just said that what you said before are just opinions, I highly doubt you work for GameFreak, otherwise you would know for a fact whether they are or are not remaking R/S, which you don't. There is not officially a rule that says you can't be say that you're positive aobut something that you arent, but you misleading people. When you are starting a rumor, it is appropriate for someone to call you out.

I just noticed this. What do you mean trying to get the public opinion? If you do work for GameFreak, then it absolutely doesn't matter whether the public thinks there is going to be a set of remakes.

Wow... okay. Hahah, that's your opinion.

How do you know what tone I was trying to convey in my post? I have the right to sound rude if I'm trying to clarify a post you made that can confuse people. As I said before, if you say that you are "positive about this (remaking R/S)", and you aren't, then you're spreading rumors and it's perfectly fine for me to sound however rude I need to to get my point across. If you don't like my tone, then down rep. me.

Didn't you read the whole post? I said statistically speaking Gen. 3 was the least-liked Gen.. First off, that has very little to do with the sales, as someone can buy something and not like it. I do all the time. Second, if we are going by number of games sold, it clearly says that the 1st and 2nd Gens. sold more units than the 3rd Gen, and I don't have the data with me right now, but D/P/Pt has also sold more.


Yes, but it's still possible to send pokémon from the 3rd Gen. to the 4th Gen.. the 1st and 2nd Gen. were only remade once they could in no way connect to the newer Gens..

Right, so there is no reason to remake the 3rd Gen. Plus, if they were to remake R/S, they'd obviously have to remake FR/LG, as they come from the same generation, thus they have the same problems..... which as of now are none.

But at this point in time, when you can still transfer pokémon from the 3rd Gen. to the 4th Gen., people aren't going to pay a lot of money if they can just as easily get their old pokémon onto the new games with a somewhat small amount of hassle.

I understand. Thanks for clarifying everything. But I have to admit that I really can't win from you lol XD.

FreakyLocz14
July 14th, 2009, 05:16 AM
But at this point in time, when you can still transfer pokémon from the 3rd Gen. to the 4th Gen., people aren't going to pay a lot of money if they can just as easily get their old pokémon onto the new games with a somewhat small amount of hassle.

Not for DSi owners there is no way to transfer 3rd Gen Pokemon to 4th Gen if you have DSi as opposed to an original DS or a DS Lite

miksy91
July 14th, 2009, 05:42 AM
The only remake that would be cool is pokemon yellow and that's it.
No R/S/E remakes :)

Aro-kun
July 14th, 2009, 05:48 AM
o.O They've already started.....they probably have seperate teams working on it XD
http://img440.imageshack.us/img440/6517/090875698.jpg
If this is the last gen, then it would be best to remake all of the regions on one system.....

Tinhead Bruce
July 14th, 2009, 09:21 AM
Not for DSi owners there is no way to transfer 3rd Gen Pokemon to 4th Gen if you have DSi as opposed to an original DS or a DS Lite

Ugh, it's not worth arguing anymore if everyone is going to be so set in their ways, but I'll just say:

But the DS lite is still on the market. You have to realize that while they may be on their way to phasing out the DS lite, I doubt it will be off of shelves by the time Gen. 5 rolls around. Until DS lites are no longer widely available, there is not a lot of motivation for GameFreak to make R/S remakes.

.Eevee-Chan
July 14th, 2009, 09:57 AM
I guess? Just fix some of the emerald sprites with better colorings and maybe stronger trainers.
I still play Emerald,and it seems fine.But i'm always up for a new Pokemon game.

Musician of Literature
July 14th, 2009, 09:58 AM
Red and Blue were remade in Gen 3
Gold and Silver were remade in Gen 4
Are Ruby and Sapphire remakes in store for Gen 5?

What would they be called? I'm thinking BloodRuby and SpiritSapphire.

It would really cool to see the run-ins with Groundon and Kyogre in some super cool Gen 5 graphics we can only imagine what they would look like as of yet.

That would be pretty cool, but there is really no need for one. It'd be cool to play, if new features were added, but overall, i'm so-so about the idea.

Went
July 15th, 2009, 12:32 PM
There already is a R/S/E remake thread here: http://www.pokecommunity.com/showthread.php?t=183983

Use that one, please.

~Closed