Yeah, I've liked the Eeveelutions alot, however if the development team made new ones in Black/White, they wouldn't be as attractive as the ones that are currantly available. I've seen some drawings of some new Eeveelutions made by some fans... however, there are the things that the Eeveelutions need when they're made. The ears, the eyes, the mouth, the legs and sometimes the tail are the main parts when a developer is making one to looking attractive. And ok.
I dont know much fakes but that i have seen i liked so far and its a shame that eevee hasnt get new evos i liked it very much hmm and have so much potianal
you can write me a pm with nice fakes then you are in the mood
I think the fakemon are very creative, it just shows that The Pokémon Company aren't the only ones that can be creative (well, not as much with Black/White though since they were rushed), there are alot of fakemon that I'd prefer more than the generation 5 Pokémon.
I kinda find it odd that Samurott stands out totally different from it's previous evolutions, it's actually part seal, which the seal counterpart came from someone who's seen a seal in an aquarium. In my opinion, I don't think the Pokémon stand out very well from the generation 5 sketches, they could've done better. Prahaps maybe another Wii game for the 4th generation would've been a better idea than starting generation 5 right away? Thing is... from a grass snake having legs to having no legs in it's last evolution... hm... rather odd, this wasn't like that in previous games, and besides... snakes really don't have legs. lol
And as for snakes, just like every animal... they're wonderful.
But then a hacker will use the moemon it needs permission just like fakes and i like destinysfakemon very much and i havent find any other good yet , i wished so long for a fire like lion starter but in the 5th gen again a pig is a starter and on my black i have used snivy as a starter i liked it the best and some test about harry potter says i am a slytherin so snakes hehe
Yeah, the limitations on the 3rd generation can be a problem unless the ROM is expanded and edited in hex to use more slots.
But I'd mainly focus on the 4th and 5th generation hacking, because I already know how to edit an image using Crystal Tile 2 on NDS ROMs. And besides that... I kinda find the hacking a little easier in a way because it stores the files in different folders. Unlike the GBA has everything scattered around in random places and would take time to find the certain data. As with NDS ROMs, you can just find it right away, and then open up the NARC (Nitro Archive file). It's no wonder it's called the "Developers System". xD
And it's alright, like I've said, I never really get nerved. lol
Hmm that sound interesting , but i cant hack so i am not good with it yeah Hail is nice but then it affects your own pokemon it doesnt be soo good , i am a little sad with the moemon that it has only 386 places for the 3rd gen pokemon or moemon , but i have found on a wiki some of the fourth and five gen as sprites akai , sirius and altair japanese too , but i didnt find any other good hacks in the last time and fire emblem is the same , i would like to see an ds version of touhoumon or moemon but its more work with the hacking or i am wrong i havent so much light in that >.<
i hope i dont get ya nerved
It would be quite interesting, and I could try it out too.
Also... if I was good at understanding what the hex values mean and knew how to create programs using Microsoft Visual Studio, then I could attempt to create a better music editor for the GBA games, because Sappy only works with the Pokémon games (or at least I think so). And prahaps create a weather editor for the 3rd generation, so it can edit the weather effects in how they display and all that and what sound is used for it. Like instead of having the volcanic ash to look as if it's snowing, could try to make it more like what it is in generation 4 and having the hail effect in battle.
It's too bad that I lack that information about knowing what the hex values mean and know how to create programs using Microsoft Visual Studio.
Thanks and yeah have only beginnend with these hacks but i like them but to find what i like to have for my team is such yeah searching xd
but i will hope it to get along with it and have seen some one makes a moemon hack here too hmm
i am kind of interested
Dolphin Emulator only works on the newer computers with a decent graphics card. As for Okamiden having a problem with the lower screen becoming shrinked in height from below to the top part is a bug with the emulator itself, along with it's palette not changing on the lower screen when you use the celestial brush. It's also the same thing with Pokémon Black/White's EXP gain problem when skips it, the emulator (and the emulator on some flashcards) is unable to read the coding and ends up skipping it.
And yeah... it would be brillient. I'm not sure if I've played the Touhoumon and Moemon hacks yet.
And it's alright, I don't hardly get nerved anyways. I can understand what you're talking about. :)
I cant get dolphin emu to work and okamiden on the desmume thas a horror for me to paint with the mouse it quite handy with a touchpen of mine
so in the time i have find some new japanese hacks for pokemon named sirius , akai and altair havent beginned yet and dont understand japanese but what i have seen it looks interesting with the mix of fakes and orginals , hopes soon a new beta of destinyjagolds life of guardians will come soon and i hope i will get that touhoumon and moemon to play a little sad i liked to see all moemons of all generations in one hack
but this will be a dream and with touhoumon the same but then i dont be in play mood i look some videos of that or other things
hope i dont nerv ya with my talkings
I haven't finished the first one that has Amaterasu in it, I have been playing the first one on the Dolphin Emulator and I'm up to the part after I've defeated Orochi in the Moon Cave. I hope the sequel of Okamiden has the mix of both Okami and Okamiden, because that would make it much more fantastic. I've actually finished Okamiden on the DeSmuME Emulator, and it's rather sad at the end. Which would kinda remind you of the part in Pokémon Mystery Dungeon: Time/Darkness/Sky versions in the Hidden Land area.
I dont know then i buy a 3ds or such that the games are bit expensiver as the normal games here in europe and i hope they will get along nicely with it much interest on the 3ds is the remake of ocarina of time for me and dream drop distance
speaking of Okami and Okamiden
Okamiden playing i am at the moment and i like it i have kurow in the moment and i like the story very much and the first with Ammy i hadnt the Chance to play
Yeah, the money for the time in development... I'm sure The Pokémon Company had enough to fund GameFreak with renewing their Software Development Kits for the Nintendo DS with DSi functions, because they have tons from the game stores ordering their delivery to the game store, then the consumers buying them, then after a year or two... it becomes discontinued. As from what I've heard, The Pokémon Company had the Nintendo 3DS SDK before even the actual name was announced, it could be likely that the 6th generation could be well underway, hopefully this time they don't get rushed or anything like that, as there was obviously some source where a developer said that they had such a short development time with Pokémon Black and Pokémon White.
But I do think the Nintendo 3DS is much better, because the 3DS games don't have pixelated textures, and this would be because the 3DS is compatible of using alot more colours than what the limitations of the colours on the Nintendo DS. I've been researching the parallax barrier on the Nintendo 3DS, it could come in handy for other purposes such as having a larger parallax barrier on the screen of a laptop or monitor.
I've actually been playing Okamiden, and I'd have to say. Best Nintendo DS game in my opinion, because it has such a wonderful storyline and wonderful graphics that looked just like the first Okami game on the PS2 and Wii. I sure am hoping for a sequel to that game.