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Pokémon Gaming Central For topics that aren't necessarily restricted to one game, Pokémon Gaming Central ranges from comparing and contrasting the differences in the gaming generations to discussing the gaming franchise as a whole.



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Old February 1st, 2013 (03:05 PM).
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Now, I dunno bout you guys, but I was a kid when I played my first Pokemon game. Were you so emotionally attached you'd do specific things?
When I was a kid, if I was getting ready to go to school or something, I'd have my character in a restaurant (i.e. olivine or celadon) and pretend they were eating lunch with their pokemon! I actually ended up doing that in soul silver while I was getting ready for class. Ah, nostalgia.
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Old February 2nd, 2013 (09:55 AM).
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Yeah, I did, actually.

The Nidorina in my avatar/sig (the sprited one) is essentially the same one I had in Pokemon Silver back in the stone age. The reason she has her hair, or rather quills or bristles or whatever the heck non royal Nidos have that stands on end styled that way is because I would keep taking her to the hair stylist. It, to me, was probably the funnest part of the entire game. I like to be more imaginative about the games when I can. I also gave her a pink bow in Silver, which was part of her design up until 2009-2010 or something, and now she only wears it as a relic to past references.

I'd give a lot of my favorite Pokemon extra special treatments in game, and then I'd draw what it would look like on paper. It's also why I love the idea of Pokemon contests. It's like the imaginative person's dream fantasy. It's a glorified way to play dress up with Pokemon in game, yes, but it's also a good way to sort of flesh out the Pokemon in your team's personalities. Come on, that's got to be way more fun to at least think about than just going through the motions with monsters who are only known by their dex number or something.
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Old February 2nd, 2013 (01:40 PM).
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Sometimes I imagine them talking. With me, each other, whatever.
Never anything in relation to real life, but hey, each to their own. Games are more enjoyable the more you get sucked into their world, anyway.
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Old February 3rd, 2013 (10:00 AM).
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My routine was pretty similar. When I was younger, I'd usually take my Pokemon Sapphire character to the Pokemon Trainer's School in Rustboro City with only Raichu in their party. From thereon I'd leave the game in that stage until I got back from school myself. I believed the connection between my trainer and Raichu were that alike to Pikachu and Ash, which was no surprise considering I'd often turn my Pokemon adventures into an 'imaginary anime' sometimes.
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