well, whatever replaced the GTS in gen 6. haven't played pokemon in a while, so forgot what the actual name is x.x
*waves arm wildly* MEEEEEEEEEEEEEEEEEEEEEEEEEEEEEEEEEEEEEEEEEEEEEEEEE!!!!!!
I actually did notice it the first time I played...omg you are actually observant what a noob
from where is the right pic ?That's Santalune Forest (AKA this Gen's Viridian Forest).
I wouldn't quite say you'd be running out of ideas if you used the same map as a previous game. I think it was just a nod to the players who would notice saying like "Hey! We remember." Or at least something like that.That's the difference between similar and identical. Identical would be an appeal to nostalgia, whereas similar would mean they couldn't think of a better design. I mistook which it was.
Possibly be similar to how the time capsule in Gen II worked which only allowed you to send back Gen I pokemon that didn't know any Gen II moves.Ah, that would make sense
I always wondered...When they were trying to excuse all the restrictions in place on Pokebank, one of the things they said is that they plan for it to be a very long-term service. It seems likely they'll go the time capsule route at the very least.
In Pokebank, gen 5 is blocked from it and can only transfer to it and not back. Gen 6 can use it transfer to it and take it back as well. When gen 7 comes, how will Pokebank be? Will gen 6 be introduced to limits such as only being able to use boxes 1-10 (whilst gen 7 can use the rest)? Or will gen 6 see gen 7 pokemon as ? Pokemon that cannot be transferred?
it is mind boggling! lol