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  • He'll usually say something about the pokemon that hints to you how long it will take unless he says "They prefer to play with other Pokemon," in that case they will never make an egg.

    IGN Complete

  • Both are wisecracking know-it-alls who spend of their time as furry mascots riding around on the shoulders of their partner characters, but whilst they each have a human form, only Mokkun can change back into his. busou renkin doujin: * sigh* more doujin searches. pokemon first episode parody: sorry to disappoint, but I don't even watch Pokemon, let alone parody.

    Comments for Azure Flame

  • Just hit those buttons and stare in wonder at how a Pokemon is kicking the crap out of Donkey Kong.

    Hating the Greatest Videogames

  • Just hit those buttons and stare in wonder at how a Pokemon is kicking the crap out of Donkey Kong.

    Hating the Greatest Videogames

  • Each iteration of Pokemon is equally tested, children are involved in helping create scenarios, outcomes, etc., as well as providing insights on game play, use of vocabulary, etc.

    21st Century Learning

  • When you look at the games Marvelous does -- Harvest Moon, the upcoming Vanillaware gem Muramasa, and yes, my longed-for Little King's Story, you'd think they had the ideal recipe: family-friendly, universally-appealing themes with enough depth and gameplay sophistication to attract and sustain core players (Nintendo's own Pokemon is such a megafranchise thanks to similar traits).

    Wii On The Brain

  • I think Pokemon is pushing its luck now, possibly.

    Superhero Nation: how to write superhero novels and comic books » Curses! There goes the sequel

  • The premise of Pokemon is that you can capture your friends in battle, enslave them, and then have them knock each other unconscious for your career advancement.

    Superhero Nation: how to write superhero novels and comic books » Trollitrade’s Second Review Forum

  • I think Pokemon is pushing its luck now, possibly.

    Superhero Nation: how to write superhero novels and comic books » Curses! There goes the sequel

  • When you look at the games Marvelous does -- Harvest Moon, the upcoming Vanillaware gem Muramasa, and yes, my longed-for Little King's Story, you'd think they had the ideal recipe: family-friendly, universally-appealing themes with enough depth and gameplay sophistication to attract and sustain core players (Nintendo's own Pokemon is such a megafranchise thanks to similar traits).

    Archive 2009-08-01

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