See what I mean? Violence, bad language, and things along that line now define that word, so that word no longer holds any value, at least to me.
I would hate if they tried something like that. It would be a dive towards the ground in a lot of ways.
By mature, I meant stuff like a bit more violence. I'm sure they won't bring something 15+ unless they're really aiming to market Pokemon to an older audience. I'd like to see them try, though. XD
Yeah, but I've already forgotten how I played through the game. I'd like to play through it again so I can get familiar with the game. And I'll also play through it to get one of the starters which I didn't choose initially.
I don't like the sound of the word mature. It normally brings something bad instead.
You don't really need to play a game more than twice to become totally familiar with it. Specially using new Pokemon is fun, because you have to work for it and train them, and also it lets you know about the new ones more easily and earlier.
I actually liked the Pokemon graphics in D/P. The problem with the graphics in the games were some design issues, which, as you said, were fixed in Platinum and HG/SS.
But I think the graphics were amazing in Pokemon Black and White.
Well I think there will be some changes to the story with the coming of the new Pokemon manga, which is supposed to have a more mature theme than the previous manga and anime. I think what might happen is that, instead of remaking gen3, they'll make two new games in gen5 with a more mature plotline. That would be awesome. :3
Yeah, it does. Since I have both Black and White, I'll trade all my old Pokemon to White, then I'll reset the game and play through it a few times to get familiar with it, like I've done with generations 1, 2 and 3. I never really played through DPPt because...I'm actually not sure why. XD; I'll probably play through them these coming holidays as well.
I understand what you mean. In my opinion though, I hate to see graphics becoming very sharp when a new game comes out. They fix the sharpness later on sometimes, but not always. D/P had that disturbing sharpness, which was fixed to an extent in Pt, and totally in HG/SS. Now BW is the same, which I hope will be fixed to at least an extent in the next version.
Then there are also other factors at which graphics could have been better, like light effects and less blocky designs. It's just that at the beginning of a generation, they focus less on graphics, and then get back to it in the next games.
I expect a story just as good as any other great stories in Pokemon, and they aren't too bad sometimes. But they have a long way to go. They tried to mix in some dark themes and questions on morals and existing ways to create a plot, but it wasn't that good. Heck, the question raised by Plasma is actually true, lol.
Oh. That sucks the fun out of the game. Not using the Pokemon native to a region, and specially using already high level Pokemon from other games really destroys the fun for most people.
The graphics aren't too bad. It's just the pixels when you're battling that are the worst part. Otherwise, they're fine. :3
I never expected a good story, seeing as it was a Pokemon game. They tried to make the story so engaging, but it was just in the way. :/
My team consists of previous-generation Pokemon. I'm still not familiar with the new ones. XD I think I should use the new ones if I'm going to get familiar with them, but I have to read up on them first. :/
Right now, it's Gengar, Suicune, Charizard, Dragonite, Mewtwo and Tyranitar.