As you probably know, the first gen Pokémon games we got in the west, Red and Blue, were based on the Japanese Pokémon Blue, which was a revision of the original Japanese Pokémon Red and Green, including notably reworked sprites and graphics.
Here are some sprites from a CoroCoro edition that showcased the changes in the Japanese Pokémon Blue versior. It includes sprites that were altered in the final release. These are exclusive to this edition of the magazine and were never seen again.
More info & further reading: http://lavacutcontent.com/corocoro-comic-pokemon-blue/
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@marie_joseph TPC and Nintendo are separate entities but yeah Pokémon is the most lucrative media franchise on the planet and this is only a fraction of their revenue for sure
I can't match the The Pokémon Company donating 100k$ both to the NAACP and to BLM but I can use my platform and my absence of a PR department to say the following:
All cops are bastards, police should be defunded if not so much as abolished. It's time the white US and Europe realize that their lives and comfort are built on the oppression of black people and people of color. I support the revolts everywhere they're happening unconditionally.
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Love the unreasonably hard-hitting Fusion Necrozma fight in USUM https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=yoAULhTGIL8
In conclusion I can see Gen I being considered the hardest by some because of the fact that it’s the first iteration of every single mechanic of the Pokémon series so they’re pretty rough around the edge, but in my opinion none of the Pokémon games are daunting challenges in any way
Second, the game breaking glitches:
The first gen has a lot of programming oversights, that’s true, but there are, to my knowledge, game-breaking glitches that players have a significant chance to come accross accidentally. There are also many myths as to which glitches can cause save corruption. MissingNo. doesn’t cause destructive save corruption. It glitches graphics reversibly and momentarily, and also glitches up the hall of fame, but that won’t make your save disappear.
The only save-breaking glitch I can think of is if someone goes to a glitch city without a Pokémon being able to fly or another way to get out like Tunnel or Teleport. This is an occurence that’s highly unlikely to happen voluntarily
First, the broken mechanics. He’s reffering to this image in the video. It has a lot of text, but I’m not putting an image description because the details of its contents are not what I want to focus on, but the fact that these are either:
- Mechanics that the player are just as likely to use as the AI, so they advantage them as much as it disadvantages them
- Stuff that’s so specific or rare that it doesn’t have a significant impact on the game as a whole
- Some stuff like Wrap is annoying, but the ones using them are wild Pokémon and non-major trainers that are easy to defeat
I just watched this video by YouTuber MysticUmbreon ranking Pokémon generations by difficulty: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=9E4eRpSp0iE
There are some hot takes in it but the biggest for me is his justification to put Gen I at the top spot: broken mechanics, and game-breaking glitches.
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