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The Power of Pokémon

James Bishop writes in Spoony Bard column for TheGameReviews: "The question, then, is why do Pokémon games of all generations still manage to attract players in the numbers that they do? Nothing truly changes. My Mankey from my original Red save would be mostly the same as a Mankey from FireRed, albeit with a few bells and whistles added on. But it would still just be a Mankey. There's no great plot unraveled through any of the different generations of the game, Team Rocket comes and goes, Professor Oak's grandson is still a douche and your rival constantly steals from whatever professor gives you your first Pokémon."

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cain1412707d ago

People like catching and leveling their pokemon. The story is just a plus...

italianbreadman2707d ago

It boggles my mind. Maybe I should try a few more of them.

scar202706d ago

SINCE I WAS IN 3RD GRADE AND CURRENTLY IM 20 AND DNT HAVE SHAME THAT IM DIZ OLD PLAYING IT IF U GROW UP PLAYING OR WATCHING A SERIES ITS HARD TO LET GO OF DAT ANYONE AGREE?

Torkith2706d ago

You should go and redo grade 3, as you can see, you obviously never learned how to speak proper English. And yes, I still play Pokemon, I don't find it as fun as it used to be, so the remakes offer some nice nostalgia moments.

YoungKingDoran2706d ago

lol read both comments, one after the other... now, how smart does torkith sound in comparison.

Raypture2706d ago

Because I've always been playing pokemon I've always loved it, probably one of the first games I've played, now I constantly give my brother lectures (sometimes quite long ones) about how to train pokemon better. He doesn't listen to my wisdom though