Original-Gamer: "A new teaser site has popped up showing a new batch of Pokemon games: Pokemon Black and White. We've translated what the Japanese site says and when the game will come out."
new pokemon already? and why black and white? where they listening to Micheal Jackson at during a brain storming session?
I love pokemon games, but man they needed to make this for Nintendo's 3DS and release it as a launch title. I also find that they need to step up their battle system. It's too simple. It was genious back in the '90s but it's still the same. And finaly make the pokemon 3D models! I don't care if the buildings are 3D, this game is about pokemon, so they should've got a 3D overhaul in the first place. Get rid of the low-res sprites with stupid animations! But I guess this is unfortunatly too hard for a system like the DS.
gay ass friend codes will ruin the game, as usual
i think they should release it in 2011 with the 3ds if they want a 1 week million seller. think nintendo plz -_-.
Cant wait. Thanks for translating.
Its an interesting choice of colour, shows that its going back to basics with the colour pallet. It maybe an indication that one game may be focused on Dark types (Black) and one on Good types (White, even though there is no Light type).
That sir...is RACIST! j/k and this is coming from a black guy.
Ahahah "HARD NINTENDO". An obvious Google translation.
i have to go with black, once you go black you cant go back j/k
It's probably a remake of YELLOW version. That's what I'm guessing.
This is really disappointing. Gamefreak has already done what they can with the DS hardware. We KNOW they already have been given dev kits for the 3DS and we KNOW that they've taken an interest in the system, so just push the games back and release them as a launch title.
as a launch title would be huge for the console... then again, if it comes for the ds, the 3ds can wait a whole lot longer in my book.
a 3DS launch would certainly boost sales
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