News Reports - Pokemon...Advanced?
Pokemon Advanced. I bet that you've all heard that name around the web. They say that it's going to be a new Pokemon RPG for Gameboy Advanced. Here's the bad news: Pokemon RPGs all come in different versions that make up a set (Red/Blue/Yellow, Gold/Silver/Crystal). More likely, a new Pokemon RPG (either Gameboy or Gameboy Advanced) should be called Pokemon Sun and Moon. I just thought it'd be a groovy name. Of course, I'm not accurate, but there is a new Pokemon game for Gameboy Advanced yet to be released.
The name is Pokemon Summer Road, a game designed for the E-Card Reader. Not much information has been released on this game, but I do know that it will be able to play mini games and animations through the E-Card Reader.
The game mentioned above really sounds like a small game, probably not RPG. But what I'm trying to talk about here in this News Report is about new Pokemon RPGs. I will be talking about some of the things that probably will be in a new versions of Pokemon, and things that I and many people wishes to be changed.
Gold/Silver was a huge change from Red/Blue/Yellow. In G/S, there was a second generation of Pokemon, new land, internal clock, and so much more. Then Crystal came out, and sold 600,000 copies in just two weeks! In the English version, it had a slight difference from G/S. Now what, maybe a Pokemon RPG for Gameboy Advanced? Who knows, we'll just have to wait. In new versions of Pokemon RPGs (if there is one at all), there's going to be new changes (duh!). Below are possible changes for these new games.
There certainly will be new Pokemon. Right now, there are three new Pokemon: Luriri, Hoeruko, and Kakureon. There should be more new Pokemon, but those mentioned in this paragraph are the only known new ones. There probably won't be 100 new ones, maybe only 50. Also, to mention another new thing, there is a new trainer with the white hair.
Johto is a new land in G/S/C, so there should be a new land for new Pokemon RPGs. And there should also be new land masses, for example, a desert where there are tons of Sandshrew and Sandslash. Maybe a swamp, and a new HM to get over the swamp.
We all know that a Pokemon can learn only four moves, which isn't much of a variety, but is a greater challenge. I believe that they should change it to six, or even eight moves. That should make things better, and easier. I mean, think about it. In the Anime, Pikachu does Tackle, Quick Attack, Agility, Thundershock, Thunderbolt, Thunder, Static Bolt (what the heck is that?), and maybe a few more. That's way more than four.
The above stuff that I wrote are only idea that I think will come true. They are totally not proven.