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Please Remake Pokemon First Gen

Being a fan of Pokemon it really upsets me that the announcement made this week by Satoru Iwata (President of Nintendo) was not for a remake of the original Pokemon games. Pokemon Blue, Red, and Yellow were a big part of my childhood, and were the most memorable Pokemon games of our time. Instead of hearing the rumored remake of these games, we got a new look into an extension of the Pokemon world…Pokemon X and Pokemon Y. Sure it’s cool that we’re seeing the creativity of Pokemon become more, but I think it’s time for a remake of the classic games that made Pokemon into what it is today.

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Nitrowolf21721d ago (Edited 1721d ago )

yea I want one, a full 3D adventure on the Wii U. I don't like the new Pokemon's after gen 2, they just seem to run out tof ideas and started mashing random sharp object together.

I think Nintendo could really do good with the classics if they started again. Nothing compares to the original 3 starters. Would love for them to exand on some story to, like Mew and Mew Two and Ditto story. There's plenty of content from the original gen that they could span on with games

TongkatAli1721d ago (Edited 1721d ago )

If there is no Bulbasaur in the new game then i really don't give a F about it.

TongkatAli1721d ago (Edited 1721d ago )

Double post

Irishguy951721d ago

Look, there is no hope of getting anything on a home console. Why would nintendo move one of their main handheld franchises onto their console?

It's been said about the Vita too, they NEED exclusive franchises to make them worthwhile. Like Gravity Rush. Pokemon will not get a perfect version on the WiiU. At best it'll get a Colosseum version again since that wouldn't compete with the handheld RPG's

Root1721d ago (Edited 1721d ago )

Your right they could obviously make up a ton of new content if they remade it for the Wii U

They would add the story of Pokemon Red/Blue but add more stuff after you defeat the Elite Four and then add a ton more side missions. They could even add onto the Kanto map with new locations.

I wouldn't mind if they would reward you with Mew for example after you do so much in the game or if you manage to do a challenge of capturing all the legendaries.

Hell maybe they would reward you with something if you fill the PC slots with all 150 pokemon.

They should remake it though as Pokemon Yellow since we've already had Fire/Blue remakes...FireRed/LeafGreen

Athough with it being a Wii U game they could merge with Pokemon Crystal to make it even bigger. You do go back to the Kanto region in Pokemon Gold/Silver so merging the two games together would be an obvious choice.

I would like to see more Pokemon TV series reference though...Jessie and James would have to be in it :D

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JohnDread1721d ago

I don't know if you noticed, but they already made a remake of Red/Green...

Steadyhndz1721d ago

But they're not a 3DS remake. It was literally a GBA upgrade...that's not what the article discusses.

-Gespenst-1721d ago

FireRed and LeafGreen were upgrades? I don't think so. They were remakes in the same way HeartGold and SoulSilver were.

Maybe they'll remake Red and Blue AGAIN some time in the distant future, but I think they should focus on RedRuby and BlueSapphire (Possible names) for now.

THESHAUNZY1721d ago

GET OVER YOUR NOSTALGIA YOU'LL NEVER GET IT BACK!

PygmelionHunter1721d ago (Edited 1721d ago )

Ok, get this, this guy rants about Nintendo/Gamefreaks running out of ideas just because of the way they named the new games but then he actually asks for a 1st gen remake which would be even more redundant, let alone the fact that THESE GAMES WERE ALREADY REMADE! What a joke... Just let it go, man, that's excessive nostalgia and there's no use denying it...

Oh and what the heck does he mean by "Okay, cool for bringing in new starter Pokemon but the ones they brought in just seem really childish"..... What? Since when have Pokemon not looked childish?

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