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The Faults of Gen III

Discussion in 'Pokémon Generation III Discussion' started by RileyXY1, May 26, 2018.

  1. ((JAWS))

    ((JAWS)) Johto Boy

    I really enjoy Hoenn. Maybe a better rival perhaps but besides that it’s fine.

    FRLG on the other hand really lacked PG besides the Sevii Islands.

    FRLG should have added
    - Gym leader rematches
    - Orange Islands was a missed opportunity. Come on GF. Really.
    Last edited: Aug 18, 2018
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  2. Leonhart

    Leonhart Disney fanatic

    They probably could've used a level increase in the post-game, and since R/S/E had few training spots, perhaps that would've been a good way of leveling up our Pokemon more conveniently.
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  3. MockingJ

    MockingJ Active Member

    Gym Leader rematches should've definitely happened but the Orange Islands were an anime creation so of course GF didn't use them.
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  4. RileyXY1

    RileyXY1 Young Battle Trainer

    And, the Sevii Islands actually used the same real life inspiration as the Orange Islands.
  5. Leonhart

    Leonhart Disney fanatic

    Gym Leader rematches in the Kanto remakes would've been fine I suppose, although the Vs. Seeker seemed like a good alternative since we could get lots of training done with that alone.
  6. Daizy

    Daizy I call you honey

    The ingame trades in R/S suck. Every Pokemon that was offered was common in the wild so trading for them felt pointless, unlike half of LG/FR's trades.
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  7. Leonhart

    Leonhart Disney fanatic

    That might be a good thing, however. I disliked how so many rare Pokemon were restricted to in-game trades in FR/LG, so R/S/E's trades seemed far more reasonable.
  8. DarkPoke001

    DarkPoke001 Dark Pokémon Master

    For me, FR/LG could've (should've) had animated sprites at the beginning of a battle, as they had in Emerald. It's a small touch but was something I liked. Gym leader rematches should've also been been possible and maybe a battle facility akin to Emerald's Frontier would've been a nice addition .
  9. Leonhart

    Leonhart Disney fanatic

    Well FR/LG came out before Emerald, and I figure that Game Freak didn't decide to bring back animated sprites until Emerald was in development. At least the FR/LG sprites bounced a bit on the status screen.
  10. Boss1991

    Boss1991 A real hardcore Pokéfan!

    Gen III is my favourite generation overall, and here are it's very few flaws imo:

    -the Eastern Water half of Hoenn's routes are a mess and it's easy to not know where you are going.
    - no physical- special split
    - no visible day-night cycle
    Last edited: Sep 23, 2018 at 4:40 PM

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