Pokémon X & Y Postmortem Interview With Producer Junichi Masuda

Game Informer asks Pokémon producer Junichi Masuda questions like, "What did Espurr see?" and "How did Klefki make the cut?"

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Geekman983d ago

I've only played 4 Pokemon games: Ruby, Plaitnum, Heart Gold, and White. I STILL haven't gotten into X or Y. I still have an interest in Pokemon, but not enough to spend money on it when I still have AC4 and Donkey Kong Country to play.

LKHGFDSA982d ago (Edited 982d ago )

the game is good, but not great.
storyline sucks, there are barely any new pokemon, features from past games are missing, it's really easy, it's very buggy with constant black screen load times & lots of slow downs, graphically it's weak, music isn't as good as older games IMO, overworld parts of the game are in 2D (only battles are 3D and the 3D is weak)
Might be better to pass on this game, but who knows if the newer titles will be any better.
Some good parts of the game: Seeing the pokemon in 3D, the environments, touch screen controls are intuitive, rollerblades are fun, has homage to red/blue, other things I'm forgetting.

Visiblemarc982d ago

X was my first Pokemon.

As a novice my opinion might hold less weight. That's fair.

I found it to be a pleasant, reasonably long diversion.

The graphics won't blow any minds, but to me the game looks good.

The story keeps getting panned, but it's alright. File it under " cute."

Overall, the game is super easy and offers very little challenge. Like it is nearly without challenge...

I also found it irritating that as a collection focused game, that multiplayer/multiple copies of the game are required. It's sort of a completionist's nightmare.

So yeah. Was pleasant. Glad I finally tried a Pokemon title, but not eagerly waiting for the next one.

LKHGFDSA983d ago

should ask him why the game allows hacked pokemon to be transferred from old games.