The young boy looked up at the teenage male, who was dressed oddly in a yellow and black jumpsuit. There was a loop of some sort attached to the waist of the jumpsuit, with 4 Pokeballs clipped to it. Nate was awed by the Trainer, and with good reason. His mother despised Pokemon training and battling, calling it 'barbaric.' She did however, enjoy Contests, and had once been an accomplished Coordinator. It was a surprise to Nate that his mother had ever fallen in love with his father, the Petalburg Gym Leader. The two had split up after Nate's mother had been unable to tolerate Norman's life as a Gym Leader. Nate and his mother now lived in Fallarbor Town. Thanks to his mother's aversion to training, he had never met another Trainer besides his father. Well, at least not one that he'd ever been able to have a conversation with. The taller male, who had spiky platinum blond hair was looking at Nate rather irritably. "D' you want something, kid?"Hey, it's your fault you decided to feel obligated, don't drag me into this.
Huh, round here we don't actually graduate til Friday, even though today is last day for them. Gives the staff more time to finalize grades or something bizarre like that. And Friday night is usually a much better time for parents they think.
How are people feeling about Pokemon Conquest? Thinking about buying it, or skipping it?
Personally, I haven't played a good turn-based strategy since my Fire Emblem days, and this looks like it has a lot of depth and good stuff in it. It seems just deep and complex enough to hold my attention while not bogging me down in a bunch of strange mechanics. Not to mention I haven't bought a game for any console since White version, so I think I can allow myself a little indulgence.