@audreyaudino and even a Porygon Z, but this one was so bad they didn't make another one
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@whimsicott However, I personaly don't care much about bringing back old pokémons in games, unless it's for breeding competitive pokémons (and I do that after finishing the game).
If you are a collector, Pokémon Home is the place to put your collection, not the games.
For competitve play, I think it's a good thing too, since it limits the rooster (and the moves too).
Also, I think there is a need to drop content from previous games. The pokédex is too large now, and the size of a cartridge is not unlimited. SuMo was 3.2 GB, one of the largest games of the 3DS, and it was for a console with limited screen resolution (240p), not 1080p like the Switch in dock mode.
@audreyaudino You may be able to do that in the next pokémon games.
@audreyaudino The story behind the new legendaries: two lycanrocs met an aegislash.
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Your useful ghost assistant , now residing in your phone.
@SapphicGirafarig I like them too.
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@sachirin About all those:
- items in the bag are still capped in gen III, however, it is less a problem with the different pockets in the bag (introduced in gen II)
- You can't catch more pokémon when a box is filled, and you have to manually change the current box in the PC. No carry over too. In gen II, I don't remember if the box is automatically changed when it is filled, however, you can be noticed by a call when you have filled a box.
- For the safari, throwing rocks make the pokémon more likely to run away but easier to catch. Throwing a bait make them less likely to run away, but harder to catch.
That's a bit why I don't want to play gen I games again, there are too many usability problems in those (many are fixed in gen II). I greatly prefer the gen III remakes.