Should Pokémon Give Up The Game?

With the recent Western release of Pokemon Black and White Version 2, we decided to look at whether the developers should quit while they’re ahead.

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Sian Bradley

Sian is a co-founder of Cubed Gamers, having been around since 2011. When she isn't helping to manage the site, she's exploring every nook and cranny in games to create guides you didn't know you needed.


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  1. nickron100 24 October, 2012 at 21:55 Reply

    Albeit the stories generally go the same way where you HAVE to stop the evil and it’s repetitive even though they’ve put in even MORE of the little buggers to use in battles, what bothers me is with the fact they’ve had multiple generations of the game to come up with something new, the only thing I can see that’s new is a couple of he engines, the graphics, the pokemon and, in one game, the ability to go to another region, also two more battle modes (rotational and triple battle) although it was nice to see in pokemon gold the rebirth of you’re favorite pokemon (who I assume you put in your first slot) walk around behind you, simple things like that generally add a different aspect of the game. It would also be nice, I admit, to choose your age, but also the fact that you’d be allowed to choose whether you worked for aforementioned evil team and capture a groudon, kyogre etc. and conquer the world!!!
    I do admit that would probably have to be a bigger console game, and while you’re at it Nintendo, make it so we can go to all the regions as well.

    • ItsSian 30 October, 2012 at 18:44 Reply

      I’d love to be able to join the evil side, it’d make multiplayer battles a lot more interesting! I think that if they don’t have many changes to make to the game then they shouldn’t waste their time.

  2. Poe 18 October, 2012 at 18:41 Reply

    money money money money they will never quit

    Although I would like a Pokemon game that allowed you to play as an adult rather than a 10-year-old. At least give me the option. We’re growing up, Nintendo.

  3. Pachein 17 October, 2012 at 11:52 Reply

    I’m on TEAM NO. Pokemon be bitchin. Each wave of newbies comie in and grab the attention of the new youth! Kids these days dont have Gameboys to enjoy Red and Blue on, so they have to have a version to play on the swanky new 3DSs! It’s still fun and if I had a 3DSs i’d pick up the new generation. Still, can’t beat FireRed…

    • ItsSian 30 October, 2012 at 18:46 Reply

      That’s a fair point but it appears that kids are much less interested in the series than we were. But come on, isn’t Ruby the best game available?!

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