Analyzing The New Pokémon

When Nintendo first introduced Pokémon in 1996, players were entranced by the creativity of the game's 151 unique species of pocket monsters. 14 years later, the series now boasts roughly one hundred billion Pokémon in its roster, and it appears that Nintendo is really scraping the bottom of the barrel for new character designs.

How do these new contenders stack up against the veterans like Pikachu, Squirtle, and that thing that has a plant growing out of its back? I haven't played a Pokémon game since the original Blue version, but that's not going to stop me from critiquing 31 of the new creatures from Black and White based on the flimsiest of observations.

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Istanbull2782d ago

Pokemon sux nowadays, Pokemons used to look great, but now they look like Digimons or from a mecha anime series.

NiKK_4192781d ago

they're still adding more? it's gotta be up at 1000 by now, right? it was ok back in the day when i was a kid, but even if i was still a kid i woulda gave up on pokemon a long time ago

FACTUAL evidence2781d ago

That thing growing a plant on it's back is bulbasaur, get it straight foo! XD

theafroman2782d ago

i hate them all,especially smugleaf ugh

SkyCrawler2782d ago

The newer ones resemble real life animals all too well...

Platinum2782d ago

i love the original 250 but now they are just making pokemon out of their ass. i don't find none of them creative unlike the old ones well i guess that's the reason i stop playing pokemon games.

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