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> hey anon, wanna give your opinion?
#72 - gatodelfuego
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(01/04/2013) [-]
Take off the nostalgia filter and you'll see the best games go 5-4-2-1-3. 3rd generation games were so awful. It's not like the original was a well crafted game (count the number of glitches) or anything, but it provided the formulas. The 3rd generation had so much potential and included a bunch of new ideas but had some of the worst gameplay ever.

Of course it really depends on when you were born. Usually it's people's second game they played, which for most people would probably be either 2nd or 3rd. However my personal favorites, including nostalgia bonuses, go Gold, BW2, Heartgold, Diamond, Ruby, Red. Generations in general, including all games in the series, for me go 2-5-1-4-3.
#85 to #72 - sailorsmooth
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(01/04/2013) [-]
Are you retarded?
User avatar #82 to #72 - kadish
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I'll tell you, I'm pretty much mad so if you wanted to troll, you are good at it: the 3rd generation games were the best games ever!!!!
User avatar #83 to #82 - gatodelfuego
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(01/04/2013) [-]
>Can't run while inside
>Pokemon around starting area basically worthless (zigzagoon? Beautifly?), forcing you to run through with basically your starter, swellow, kadabra, and manectric. At least that's what I always had to do. In fact, 90% of the pokes in the region are horrible
>terrible plotline
>Thunderpunch is still a special move
>not exactly good graphics

I'm really only talking about RSE here, the console ones and FRLG kinda improved on some of them

HOWEVER, they're not bad by some standards

>Badass villain
>badass legendaries
>best music in RSE
>2nd best starters outside DPP
>best music really in general
User avatar #94 to #83 - kadish
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>zigzagoon or beautifly aren't worthless at all, neither any pokemon you find at the begining, every pokemon in the 3rd generation is perfectly balanced for different types of battle
>The plotline is exactly the same in every pokemon game
>what about it?
>Just compare it to it's predecesors and it's graphics are beautifull, and what do you expect playing a pokemon game anyway?