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Pokemon Omega Ruby: Demo Day

Posted by Electric Turahk , in Video Games Oct 25 2014 · 110 views
Pokemon, Remakes, Omega Ruby
This demo was... interesting. It's definitely not what I excepted at the very least.

It was not just playing part of the game, like what usually happens in a demo. This was its own miniaturized look at the game as a bit of a side story we won't see in the game proper. It was a unique idea and not too bad, but it was really just too short to be that interesting. You can replay however many times you want - but really only doing it 10 is worthwhile to get all of the rewards that carry over to the main game (which is also a really cool thing). But the only part that actually mattered as the first visit and that just seemed awfully rushed and didn't interest me. If you had never played the original Ruby or Sapphire, I could totally understand being really confused by what was going on.

Steven bragging about his shiny Metagross and how he just so wishes he could give it to you was pretty funny though.

Ultimately this was for the special Pokémon and its Mega Stone, though. And Mega Glalie is awesome! (Though I do sincerely hope Steelix is still obtainable outside of Japan somewhere within the game itself... if not, that's pretty ridiculous.) So I do look forward to having him in my game heh.

I wasn't really looking forward to the demo, so maybe that's why I didn't care for it. We still don't even know if the stones for the special megas in them won't be obtainable normally, which would completely defeat the point of transferring from the demo. And I assume they will be, so I never saw the point of a demo. It's Pokémon, we know what the game is like. :P

I'm still looking forward to Omega Ruby, don't get me wrong. I played wayyyyy too much Y... I have fully trained almost too many Pokémon and even have plans never fulfilled. And I wore myself out... Doing an actual adventure again sounds great to me.

I still can't decide on which starter to choose, however... A big part of me doesn't want to do Blaziken again, especially when its Mega Evolution is one I've already used a fair bit, but I have always picked the Fire starter... Playing with all three in the demo didn't help any though since they all look cool lol.

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Pokemon Y: Day 11

Posted by Electric Turahk , in Video Games Oct 25 2014 · 34 views
Pokemon
Kalos has a new Champion!

The ending of this game was... interesting.

Literally the only challenging part of the Elite Four was Siebold's Gyarados. During my first battle against him, it managed to get off five Dragon Dances... Stupid Full Restores... I literally couldn't do anything against it because of those and the healing. That's what ya get for not having an Electric type or even any Electric moves on your team, though. Got him easily enough the second time through relying on the fact that he predictably Dragon Danced, allowing me to whittle him down with Gogoat until one Full Restore was wasted, then got lucky with Mega Blastoise's Dark Pulses doing enough damage for the second heal to not trigger.

Diantha was a pushover but oh my god finally somebody with six Pokémon on their team! (Except six Magikarp guy, of course.)

It was the battle after that that caught me off guard. I did not expect to fight AZ. And reuniting with his Floette was pretty touching. But most of all, I love how you were recognized as Champion and the person who beat Team Flare. No more of the silly NPCs saying post-game "I heard somebody beat Team ____, I wonder who it was..." That's right, it was me, and I get to be proud of that.


Final team:

Kurama, Delphox Lv. 69
Sanbi, Blastoise Lv. 68
Philoctetes, Gogoat Lv. 67
Soul Eater, Aegislash Lv. 68
Gabutyra, Tyrantrum Lv. 67
Oberon, Sylveon Lv. 70

Everyone else who helped along the way:

Pikachu
Simba, Litleo
Skyhopper, Diggersby
Pandaman, Pancham
Uva, Vivillon
Ankh, Talonflame
Yveltal

And I'm not done yet with these! I've still got some post-game content to get through and that'll probably involved getting Friend Codes from everybody, so stay tuned for that.

~|ET|~



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Pokemon Y: Day 10

Posted by Electric Turahk , in Video Games Oct 25 2014 · 34 views
Pokemon
Oh, Victory Road, how I've never really ever liked you. Thank goodness I just exited you and will hopefully never have to return ever.

The only interesting thing I got out of the trek through this mountain is just a general confusion over the trainers in this game, including your rival after that final showdown. Why do all of them have small teams? Seriously, she didn't even have 5 Pokémon until Victory Road. I don't think a single other trainer has gone over 3 Pokémon except maybe Lysandre or a gym leader. Why??? Why are they all so small this time around??? It makes battles quick and boring and I'm not a fan.

Team:

Oberon, Sylveon Lv. 66
Soul Eater, Aegislash Lv. 65
Kurama, Delphox Lv. 65
Sanbi, Blastoise Lv. 64
Gabutyra, Tyrantrum Lv. 64
Philoctetes, Gogoat Lv. 62

This is the team I shall be challenging the Elite Four with. I'm not sure if I want to level them up some more; we'll see when I first challenge how it starts to go.

~|ET|~



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Pokemon Y: Day 9

Posted by Electric Turahk , in Video Games Oct 25 2014 · 22 views
Pokemon
Whaaat? Already?? Ayup, not procrastinating this one. :P

So all of a sudden... I'm underleveled! I powered through the eighth gym with absolute ease thanks to Kurama. Then I went to move on to Victory Road and just on Route 21, my Pokémon are a few levels below the trainers'. So it's back to grinding mode for me.

Kurama, Delphox Lv. 57
Gabutyra, Tyrantrum Lv. 55
Oberon, Sylveon Lv. 54
Philoctetes, Gogoat Lv. 54
Yveltal, Lv. 54
Soul Eater, Aegislash Lv. 53
Sanbi, Blastoise Lv. 53

Yeah, Ankh's just going to be used for flying now... So the rotation's back down to just seven.

I also tried to get my Torchic, but couldn't connect to the Internet on my 3DS even at the place with it free I was at yesterday... Guess I will just keep waiting until I go to the restaurant I know it works at or go home in a few weeks.

~|ET|~



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Pokemon Y: Day 8

Posted by Electric Turahk , in Video Games Oct 25 2014 · 21 views
Pokemon
I know, this is extremely late.. But I didn't get back until extremely late and didn't feel like doing this.

So I caught Yveltal! And yes... I soft reset for a good one. I was aiming for a nature for a mixed sweeper, but after only a few tries settled on what I predicted was a Timid one. See, because of cut scenes and other events, it was actually long enough to actually check the nature that it seriously was almost not worth it. The easiest thing to do is compare its stats mid-battle against a stat chart, so thank goodness Serebii got theirs completed before I got to this point. And I was right, it was Timid. So I'm totally happy with it. He has joined my team as well, although hasn't been used too much and isn't getting nicknamed since I don't do that with Legendaries.

I then proceeded to explore Terminus Cave far, far, far too much before realizing what it was for and that I can't actually get to that point yet... *sigh* Now I'm proceeding to the eighth gym as I should have from the beginning.

Team:
Gabutyra, Tyrantrum Lv. 54
Kurama, Delphox Lv. 53
Philoctetes, Gogoat Lv. 53
Sanbi, Blastoise Lv. 51
Soul Eater, Aegislash Lv. 51 (Hahahaha I evolved him with my stone from Super Training literally seconds before discovering the Dusk Stone in Terminus Cave.)
Oberin, Sylveon Lv. 51
Yveltal, Lv. 50
Ankh, Talonflame Lv. 46

~|ET|~







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