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  1. Hikamaru
    July 13th, 2015 8:37 AM
    Still, it unintentionally hurt a few feelings here and there. So, apparently you were not happy with the huge focus on younger gamers and you think the next President might even up the score and get more mature-targeted games to come out again, but the risky thing is that most recent mature games on Nintendo consoles didn't sell very well so they often played it safe.
  2. Pinkie-Dawn
    July 13th, 2015 6:48 AM
    The thing is though is that I wasn't trying to be disrespectful. This post I found, on the other hand, is:

    Nintendo and Iwata lost me because they specifically target the younger audience on a consistent basis. I respectfully wish him peace but I am excited to see if Nintendo can get back on track and target all audiences, including more mature gamers. Before Iwata took the reigns, many of the best games on NES and SNES had mature themes.

    I feel I've already made a few haters way before this unfortunate event. That's why I don't talk often, fearing that I may offend someone when I wasn't trying to.
  3. Hikamaru
    July 12th, 2015 9:50 PM
    *sees deleted post*

    Better be more careful with your words dude... seeing you be disrespectful does nothing but put you in a bad light, and bad light means you will get haters and that sucks
  4. Pinkie-Dawn
    July 12th, 2015 8:01 PM
    I know it won't be Miyamoto, for he's too busy training the next generation of game developers. Definitely not his old pal, Sakurai, either, because he's a freelance developer.
  5. Hikamaru
    July 12th, 2015 7:58 PM
    It's odd. The big anticipation is seeing who becomes the new President.
  6. Pinkie-Dawn
    July 12th, 2015 7:55 PM
    I dunno, one of the users here admitted he doesn't agree with his decisions yet shared his remorse towards his passing.
  7. Hikamaru
    July 12th, 2015 7:16 PM
    A few years ago, many people online have been wanting Iwata to be fired due to the Wii U underperforming. What they've got instead was his untimely death. Now I wonder how those same people feel after hearing this shocking news as of now.
    I'll likely be imagining the haters as "yay he's gone because we wanted better from the Wii U. anyways good luck to the next president because he needs to fix this mess". I feel like they did get their wish of Iwata to go, but not in the way they expected.
  8. Pinkie-Dawn
    July 3rd, 2015 8:35 PM
    Ech! The way she acts disgusts me.
  9. Hikamaru
    July 3rd, 2015 8:21 PM
    At least Iris was made more tomboyish in nature, with the vine swinging and training those strong Pokemon while having cute ones at the same time. I actually like her design, which makes me feel sad for all the hate she gets.
  10. Pinkie-Dawn
    July 3rd, 2015 8:12 PM
    Isn't that what they've been doing with every character from the games?
  11. Hikamaru
    July 3rd, 2015 7:48 PM
    That would be very funny to witness. I feel like anime Serena's redesign was to make her and game Serena so drastically different from each other.
  12. Pinkie-Dawn
    July 3rd, 2015 7:41 PM
    Let's be glad that game Serena acts nothing like anime Serena, but I do wonder if game Serena will wear a different outfit for the third version like with May and Dawn or the same outfit because of customization.
  13. Hikamaru
    July 3rd, 2015 7:35 PM
    Yeah, it's just so terrible that Serena is only meant to do things that are most associated with females such as being into fashion and the fact Showcases are treated like those performances with Japanese idol girls. Writers are handling her terribly if they are making her a girly-girl stereotype, even when many had a fear the haircut would be turning her into a tomboy.
  14. Pinkie-Dawn
    July 3rd, 2015 7:30 PM
    At least May and Dawn had to battle in their contests, leaving Serena as the most stereotypical one. Heck, even Princess Peach is more of a battler than her.
  15. Hikamaru
    July 3rd, 2015 6:00 PM
    Active girls are probably always going to have some kind of Contest/Performance goal as a sidequest. This anime loves to promote that boys are battlers and girls are princesses. Especially when they put the playable girl in the anime. From May to Dawn to Serena they got more girly and more battle restricted each time to the point Serena is not even allowed to battle and it's really become a male dominate sport to do battles.
    Serebii user Platinum fan. brought this up, and it was worth mentioning it to you. It appears the anime heavily discriminates genders when it comes to main cast by restricting the goals they can persuade. Basically, battling in their universe is a male-only thing leaving the female leads (barring Misty and Iris) to have to pursue Contests or Contest-like goals.

    So yeah, if the playable female character in 7th Gen joins Ash in the next anime saga, she'll get restricted to a non-battling goal that's targeted towards girls again. Anime why you pick on genders so much? It really loves to claim females suck at battling or something.

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