Pokemon, corrupting our youth with animal cruelty since 1995. It lives off nostalgia and feeds off our parents wallets. Here are 10 reasons Rant Gaming hates Pokemon.
Great list. It's always good to have a girl with a temper on your side.
One pet peeve I have about Pokemon in video games, the sounds of the Pokemon. Pikachu doesn't say "pika pika".
8-bit Pokemon noises FTW!
Good That's the worst part of the anime
Jigglypuff singing into her sharpie pen. Worst subplot ever.
Except in Pokemon Yellow
Great job on this story man. I totally agree with your reasons.
This is actually a good story from rantgaming good job XD
The 151 argument is pretty weak, there are Gen 1 pokemon that suck (Mr. Mime anyone?) and there are a ton of Gen 2-5 pokemon who are cool.
151 are the true pokemon. I dont understand how they can have 151 with very rare pokemon like mew then all of a sudden wait there are hundreds more !?!?! Lame. Once they started adding new ones i was like thats it im done. Personally i found the show and pokemon stadium and snap more enjoyable than the gameboy game, favorite part of the game was the music. Btw is there anyway to get the original show digitally i tried to look and cant find anything.
That's how real life works though.. not saying pokemon is realistic, but we're constantly discovering new species.. why does a game-world have to be so absolute that there can't be new discoveries? now THAT is lame.
After gold and silver i didn't bother it got out of control
Agreed too much of the same over and over for 15 years, not much innovation to the formula.
People still play these games.....
All i can say is while gen 1 had great pokemon the game it's self was very archaic. Plus All the gen oners would love pokemon like bidoof if it was gen 1 the proof is magikarp. And besides if gen 2 hadn't existed we never get gen3 and if we never got gen 3 Jirachi wouldn't exist PARADOX.
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