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  1. “Why does this casual Pokémon game get such good music.”

     

    Because the RBY soundtrack was the only main game ost that was overall demonstrably good, probably.

    1. JosepHenry

      JosepHenry

      "Gen 1 is the only soundtrack that's good"

      excuse me where's ma unsee juice 

    2. Ferno

      Ferno

      Gens 2 and 3 are right up there with 1 imo. It's only with Gen 4 and onwards that some tracks started to sound samey/ not as inspired in some places.

    3. KHCast

      KHCast

      I don’t really play Pokémon much anymore, but I did in fact enjoy gen 1’s music from what I can remember 

    4. Sean

      Sean

      Nice try but gen2/4/5/6 are better

    5. Adamabba
    6. Tails spin

      Tails spin

      Gen 3's trumpets got old after the title screen

    7. Ferno

      Ferno

      no one ever be on Gen 4's pokeballs for it's pianos tho

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    Dragon Ball (Warning: Untagged Spoilers)

    What, the same lore that said that the Super Saiyan state could only be achieved as a Great Ape? The lore that said the power was so great that he blew up the planet he was on unintentionally? Did you think Goku becoming one without going Great Ape was contrary to lore? Legends get exacerbated. Nothing concrete saying you can’t become a Super Saiyan without sacrificing your identity. The exact opposite happened four times before the Broly movie.
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    Live Action Detective Pikachu Movie (Summer 2019)

    They had the opportunity to make every Pokemon look as mass-appealing as possible. Make everything colorful and cutesy, for the sake of the brand. The fact that they didn't is a vote of confidence that I can respect. Every Pokemon has a design choice in mind that goes above and beyond, but doesn't detract from their original designs at all. They have an atmosphere and ambiance in mind for this movie, and they are going to stick with it. I'm genuinely interested in seeing this movie.
  4. This will be one of two days where Mr. Mime will be trending on Twitter, so I think it should be considered an international holiday tbh.

  5. When's the realistic Jynx.

    1. Shiguy

      Shiguy

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      I think they may have went a little too far out there.

  6. Kinda random, but I think "Super Sonic" is a stroke of naming genius.

     

    Snappy, alliterative name. Supersonic is an actual word, and its definition still resonates with the theme. And it still invokes a sense of power and gravitas.

     

    Yeah, naming Super Sonic as such may be simple and perhaps predictable. But it doesn't take away from the impact the name has.

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    Super Smash Bros. Ultimate (December 7th)

    Wonder if there's even a passing hope that Eggman's in there serving as a boss. We've got Dr. Wily acting as AT, might as well get the other doctor here in some form.
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    Super Smash Bros. Ultimate (December 7th)

    Oh no, she’s gorgeous.
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    Super Smash Bros. Ultimate (December 7th)

    The original 8 Luigi, Peach, Bowser, Zelda, Ganondorf, Mewtwo Marth, Ike, Robin Dedede, Meta Knight, Pit, Palutena, Olimar Wolf, King K. Rool, Lucario, Villager, Little Mac, Shulk, Ridley Potentially Sonic, Megaman, and Pac-Man That's a good 32 characters to work with for a "rebooted" Smash Bros. that covers most of the bases. Not impossible to get some story-centric content out of that, though it does come with the cost of losing some key players and some of the quirky blokes that have contributed to Smash's charm over the years. And then you have to add newcomers on top of that.
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    Super Smash Bros. Ultimate (December 7th)

    Nair would always call out the Bronze Sword even if Robin was holding the Levin Sword in Smash 4. They simply just removed that trigger, and gave Nair a power boost with the Levin Sword factored in.
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    Super Smash Bros. Ultimate (December 7th)

    The final build is in Spain now, and people are going right into it. Particularly, Pichu seems to built like a berserker glass cannon. Tilts are so quick to end and aerials autocancel and end super quick, so he's in and he's out. And Luigi's grab is indeed a tether grab. He uses the Poltergust and shoots a plunger to grab, like he did in the Simon cinematic. And Robin straight up got a new move added into his kit. He can use the Levin Sword with his Nair now.
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    Super Smash Bros. Ultimate (December 7th)

    Leave it to Sonic to intentionally slow down and risk getting caught by the beams just to save a woodland critter.
  13. lmaooooooooo goddamn Mariotehplumber is claiming to be the Chadondorf leaker.

    1. KHCast
    2. Celestia

      Celestia

      The what?

    3. SupahBerry

      SupahBerry

      Of frikkin' course he'd jump into ring with all the Smash talk buzzing around everywhere.

    4. Dejimon11

      Dejimon11

      He's still relevant? 

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    Super Smash Bros. Ultimate (December 7th)

    Their reaction to this leak has just been so out of GameXplain's M.O. compared to all the other times stuff has leaked. They're "supposed" to explain; they haven't explained shit. If you were to go look at a reputable source that has made their mark on thoroughly explaining stuff to a meticulous degree while weighing the pros and cons, if that source were to respond with "Nah we'd rather just lie on our backs and blow these bubbles into the wind and see when they pop, fuck this so-called leak.", real or not, you'd probably be pissed off. It's not what you were expecting, it's contrary to their practices, and it sours goodwill and reputation later down the road.
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