Do you think expanding pokemon past 500 is a mistake?
With pokemon white and black punching the total number of pokemon to 649 how do you think that will make an impact on the franchise?
When I watched pokemon episode 1 for the first time I was awe inspired as a kid. I thought it was the greatest thing ever invented. I feel in love with them and needed to keep watching - I was hooked like a drug. The problem is back then there was a goal of all "trainers". This goal was simple, become a Pokemon Master and Catch Them All! Even now, with pokemon Blue and Red for gameboy color, I have yet to get a full set of the original 150. I don't see it possible, in black and white, to obtain all 649 pokemon EVER. Heck, I cant even name all 649. Thats just my look on it at least!
I'm one of those first Pokemon players who loved the series until it went past the second generation. I didn't love the new editions from Silver/Gold, but I thought they were halfway decent. I'm just a cantankerous old fan who has no room in his heart for anything that isn't the original 150.
I did not really care for the Pokemon TV show so I do not know if it was a mistake for the TV show. If they can keep coming out with unique, and cool looking Pokemon then it is not a mistake. But if they just keep making new ones for the sake of adding them, and not making sure there at least somewhat unique and have good design then it would be a mistake in my opinion.
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