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What would you like to see from the next Pokemon game?

  1. AM Hanson profile image77
    AM Hansonposted 5 years ago

    What would you like to see from the next Pokemon game?

    With a new Pokemon game coming out this October (and the fact that I've been playing Pokemon White 2 nearly non-stop for the past month, hence my lack of consistent Hub output), now is the time to speculate!  What improvements/changes would you like to see in the gameplay for Pokemon X and Y?

    p.s. answers like, "less stupid pokemon" or "cooler pokemon" or the like probably won't be accepted.  I'm thinking less changes related to the Pokemon and more on the game itself.

  2. NornsMercy profile image60
    NornsMercyposted 5 years ago

    Since I've been playing Ni No Kuni, I've really come to like the way that the "trainers" do battle along with the familiars. It places emphasis on the fact that they need each other and every character holds his or her own. The focus is still very much on the familiars, but the "trainers" aren't afraid to kick a little ass. With Pokemon it has really gotten old that Pokemon have to do all the fighting while their trainers just bark orders. smile Maybe they should branch out of the whole tournament thing and concentrate on a larger story that allows for more exploring...

    I think those would be interesting changes... (and, uh, sorry if these changes or something similar have already been made. I haven't played a Pokemon game since Emerald...)

    1. profile image63
      braulioarosadoposted 5 years agoin reply to this

      That sounds a bit more like  the Manga for pokemon (which is pretty good) but wouldn't that lead to the world ends with you gameplay? (it was good but it felt a bit blocky)

  3. profile image63
    braulioarosadoposted 5 years ago

    Personally i would like to see a new formula for the gameplay. Pokemon has traditionally the pokemon games have mostly had a style that has changed very little over the years except when it comes to graphics and pokemon X and Y are gonna change some of that and I've already seen the changes made to the battling system, but i ant the changes to be more than just an aesthetic upgrade,  maybe the option to guess where the opponent will dodge to so that it makes the dodging and accuracy more engaging rather than  just being based on luck.maybe having a turn based battle style more akin to Final Fantasy 7 where if you take too long to react than your opponent can attack again making reacting  not just based on knowing what to do but knowing when it needs to be done. Also implementing the older pokemon into the game better would be a smaller but still pleasing plus for me.

  4. sm825 profile image60
    sm825posted 5 years ago

    I would like something similar to Pokemon conquest, but from what I heard in reviews once you beat the game you have to start over and does not give enough content to make you  want to play it over again anytime soon after you beat the game. If the fixed that in the next version I would definitely buy the game, because it reminds me of FF tactics.

    1. profile image63
      braulioarosadoposted 5 years agoin reply to this

      what about a pokemon game with controls like that of the disgea series?

    2. sm825 profile image60
      sm825posted 5 years agoin reply to this

      Thanks for reminding me about the Disgaea series I enjoyed that more then the FF Tactics series. So yeah adding mechanics similar to Disgaea  would be better in my opinion.

 
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