Did Gen VIII really have that much fewer trainer battles? I dunno. I feel like it’s no less than at least Gens V, VI and VII, but that doesn’t really matter because that’s completely beside the point I’m about to make. Read more
Hey, nice personal insult there. Glad to know that you have zero interest in good faith discussion!
Pokemon fans may have made Internet discourse around Sword/Shield super toxic, but the collective opinion is pretty predictable. So, I predict that eventually the discourse will be about how Sword/Shield are the best games in the series in probably around the time Sun/Moon will be old enough for remakes. It’s the same… Read more
So... I’ve been playing Pokemon since I was 9 in 1998 when Red and Blue first came out. I’ve played through every main series game at least twice each. My order of favorite to least favorite generations goes something like this: Gen V -> Gen II -> Gen III -> Gen VII -> Gen I -> And then Gens VI and VIII tend to flip… Read more
I’m pretty sure Saizo and Beruka’s conversation that everyone brings up was a mistake. Still terrible, but for different reasons.
Galvantula is one of my favorite Pokemon from Gen V. This article only makes me like it more.
Well, in theory anyway. It may have varied game by game.
Are you missing my point intentionally? Because it’s pretty fucking clear. Kingdom Come: Deliverance has a lot of baggage around it. It was directed by a GamerGater. It was specifically made to exclude people of color and women and hid behind “historical accuracy” to justify it. Nevermind that history is more diverse… Read more
It wasn’t a “shitty twitter account.” What it was was the fact that the director is a GamerGater and actively made a point to make the game with his right wing politics in mind while hiding behind “historical accuracy.”
Yeah, nothing supremacist about the game directed by a GamerGater who actively made a point to exclude people of color and woman in the name of a very specific, anti-progressive, definition of “historic accuracy.” Read more
Funny thing about that. Decks have gotten so absurdly fast and aggressive because of Konami’s absolute failure to control power creep that very few Trap cards are even playable right now. Basically every playable deck in the meta right now is about building a board state that makes it so your opponent can’t even play… Read more
That article was posted about two weeks after I posted the comment you’re responding to and there is no indication that this an all inclusive list. Also, if you had read the thread, you would have found that I acknowledged that we had later gotten further clarification.