While I do appreciate that Gamefreak wanted to recreate the original experience in FRLG, I always frustrated me that the Dex was locked to the first 151 until the post-game.
Was an exploit ever discovered that allowed you to trade Johto and Hoenn Pokémon over before the Elite 4?
I just think...
I would love to see the series go full-on reboot. Keep the core mechanics but rework the moves, Pokemon, etc. Reset the Pokemon canon in terms of story, characters, etc. Have no backwards compatibility. Just drop us in again from the very beginning.
My favourite: Gen 4
The worst thing about this is that the Sinnoh Dex was rather weak in DP. Some key types (e.g. Fire) had poor choice and many of the newly introduced evolutions weren't available until the post game. Luckily this was remedied in Platinum.
My least favourite: Gen 7
My name's Tim and at 27 it seems I'm as much a Pokenerd as ever.
I used to frequent these forums over ten years ago (around the height of gen 3, start of gen 4, maybe 2006?) and thought it would be nice to come back. Very surprised to see my account still here (and even more surprised to...
God, anything but that bicycle music.
I'll have to be a bit uncreative and say that my favourite is the trainer battle music. Despite the obvious technical limitations, I still find it to be the most dramatic and effective of all the main battle themes (that is, in the handheld games of...
SNES: Super Mario World
N64: Mario 64
Gamecube: Super Smash Bros Melee
Wii: Wii Sports
Gameboy: Mario Land 2
GBA: Mario Kart Super Circuit
PS2: Tekken Tag
Megadrive: Sonic the Hedgehog
Dreamcast: Sonic Adventure
XBox 360: Need For Speed Carbon
To be honest, I don't have a problem with people hacking into games. In fact, I enjoy cheating in RBYGSC myself, as it opens up more possibilities in the games and adds to the replay value. What is dislike, however, is when people use cheating to have an advantage over other players.