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Evolving Pokemon: How Black 2 and White 2 points to the future of 'catching them all'

Who says Pokemon never changes? Until recently, the franchise's story wasn't much more than an afterthought. Its main virtue was its consistency – you could always count on an evil organization showing up to destroy the world for no real reason at all. With Pokemon Black and White, a sliver of change was added to adjust the formula and pointed the series toward the possibility of more deft storytelling.

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Griffin48711345d ago

The only way to bring older fans back: you gotta make a 3D world online. Nuff said.

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TopDudeMan1345d ago

I think they should add a basic moral choices feature in the game's storyline where you can choose either the good or bad option. Maybe even to the point where your character can say more than "yes" or "no" and you are able to give your character some life.

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RustedMan1345d ago

An open world pokemon would be fantastic.
If they wanted to keep the same relative visual style, they could do a celshaded look, like Okami or Wind Waker.
In this world, it's adapt or die, and it doesn't take a rocket scientist to realize how much potential there would be for a (at the very least) partial re-imagining of the series in a larger context.