The Most Incredible Fan Art from Twitch Plays Pokemon

Dorkly writes: In the early hours of March 1st, 2014, Twitch Plays Pokemon came to an end. The thousands upon thousands of players had - over the course of nearly 400 hours - completed a single game of Pokemon. In the process, memes and religions and lore were birthed - and from that, fan art. So much fan art. So much incredible, brilliant fan art, all based around one of the weirdest and most compelling pieces of internet phenomena in recent memory (click here for a complete guide to the Generation 1 Twitch Plays Pokemon)

And we would like to remember the brilliant fan art created by sharing some of the best examples with you now. Enjoy!

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Spore_7772185d ago

I've never got into Pokémon. Don't know where to start. Any advice?

WeAreLegion2185d ago

Start out with Fire Red or Leaf Green. They explain a lot of things better than the original versions. I'd go in this order:

Fire Red/Leaf Green
Heart Gold/Soul Silver
Black/White 1 and 2

If you haven't played Pokemon Snap, you're missing out. It's fantastic!

Kavorklestein2185d ago

Yeah, I don't really like the new ones. Fire Red and Leaf Green are the best of the post 2001 versions of the game. Too many types and evolutions. Not fun for me.

Kavorklestein2185d ago

Do yourself a favor, and play pokemon yellow version. You have a little pikachu following you on this version,the character models are more detailed/less simple, and it has 150 types of pokemon, and you'll be less overwhelmed with how many there are to collect, instead of the like 700 types there are now, and you don't have all the ridiculous elementals/types of pokemon to keep track of lol.

Kenshin_BATT0USAI2185d ago

I gotta say, while most of them were pretty amazing. That last one gave me the feels.