"CoroCoro magazine has revealed some great news for all loyal fans of the series. It appears..."
It better, it's the main reason I backed off buying Black/White. Although saying that I now need a 3DS to play on it.....hmmm maybe I should wait untill E3 in June to see if they announce a slim version.
Just wait till the wiiu pokemon game :P
I hope it's true, because I held off buying both version to wait for Grey, and I hope it's not 3DS exclusive although I know there's an 80% chance it is, and if so I hope the 3DS slim comes out by then.
We've been hearing that this game is to be announced "next month/week/tomorrow" for almost a year now (since black/white released) and still nothing. That being said I hope it does get announced. Just picked up a 3DS with the release of Tales of the Abyss so I'd snap up Pokemon as well. Assuming there's enough differences between Grey and Black/White.
It's probably more in relation to Kyurem VS the Sacred Swordsman: Keldeo than a third game. http://bulbapedia.bulbagard...
I've still got my fingers crossed for a 3DS re-boot of the original Pokemon. Please bring us back Charmander, Squirtle, and Bulbasaur. I'd buy that game in a heartbeat.
I played Soulsilver, and it was great, and then I played Black... and I want to send a letter to Gamefreak, It's just that the game's interface were so dumbed down. In SS I got all the menu right there, with a touch I could access my pokemon, my bag, the pokedex... it was a natural step, and it felt a LOT better than Platinum gen. But in pkmn black, I have to press X again to access the menu, I can assign only one Item to the Y button (ok, I know, I can assign a lot, but it felt like a submenu, in SS you can assign two items in the touchscreen), and.. I have to press B to run... it should be able to have it fixed... I have the down screen "busy" with functions I use every 1000 years. Hope the correct use of the touchscreen come back in PKMN Gray or whatever it's called. Give us the option, at least... or a cute watch so I can see what time is it easily.
I still love Pokemon but I don't battle anymore and doubt I'll ever buy a new game unless there is something to wow me again like the first time I turned on Blue on my Gameboy pocket
Nintendo is making it really hard to decide when to buy a new Pokemon game, and which one to go for.
This is why I wait a bit with Pokemon now
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