Why Pokémon Games Always Come In Pairs

The mainline Pokémon games always come in pairs of two. The reason why is thanks to creator Satoshi Tajiri's frustration with a different video game.

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Knushwood Butt74d ago

So if the game had super rare drops, that could be traded, wouldn't that be even more appealing?

Didn't realize Nintendo sold two versions to deliver magic gaming experiences.

Give me a break!

Zhipp74d ago

I'll take two versions over super rare drops, actually. It's not that hard to find someone who's had the other version of the game.

Nakiro74d ago (Edited 74d ago )

I like that train of thought. What if instead of making something rare, we just make it so you can't get it at all until you find someone who has a similar game.

What if we made people trade their one of a kind Pokémon and then they have to play through the game again to get another one.

Solving simple problems with obtuse methods has always been the Nintendo way.

RedDevils74d ago

because they can charge you twice.

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