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    Quote Originally Posted by Splash_King View Post
    There's a reason why so many people left the series with RS... and I can assure you that only half of it was everyone growin' up.
    I left the series with RS (technically played Firered but that doesn't count), but I enjoyed it far more than the previous games. Never cared much for the 2nd Gen pokes. And it didn't have that weird dungeon design that the first games had.
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    Gen III might be one of those "love it or hate it" things.

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    Whether or not it is, it's still bad in comparison t' other PokeRPGs.

    Quote Originally Posted by Neosquid View Post
    Hmm. It's hard to pinpoint what people thought of it.
    I disagree. Up 'til I've met strange fish like you, it's been pretty unanimous amongst my fellow trainers that RS had some real problems. The majority of players, both who once played or still do, don't like RS(E).

    ... Not that it matters, usin' popular opinion for or against any argument is generally foolhardy. 'Least it is for a matter like a vidya gaem.

    Quote Originally Posted by WiiAssasin View Post
    I left the series with RS (technically played Firered but that doesn't count), but I enjoyed it far more than the previous games.
    meh

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    Quote Originally Posted by Splash_King View Post
    I disagree. Up 'til I've met strange fish like you, it's been pretty unanimous amongst my fellow trainers that RS had some real problems. The majority of players, both who once played or still do, don't like RS(E).
    It's been the opposite with me, though.

    Quote Originally Posted by Splash_King View Post
    Whether or not it is, it's still bad in comparison t' other PokeRPGs.
    In your opinion, since you've failed to convince me that it's a fact.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Neosquid View Post
    It's been the opposite with me, though.
    r u delcattin me

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    The vast majority of my in real life friends (and other people that I don't talk to anymore) quite enjoyed Gen III.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Splash_King View Post
    Whether or not it is, it's still bad in comparison t' other PokeRPGs.
    Except that RSE is better as an RPG in comparison to other Poke rpgs's
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    Quote Originally Posted by Neosquid View Post
    The vast majority of my in real life friends (and other people that I don't talk to anymore) quite enjoyed Gen III.
    We've been over this. Your friends suck, my friends are awesome. inb4 u claim i insulted myself

    Quote Originally Posted by WiiAssasin View Post
    I left the series with RS (technically played Firered but that doesn't count), but I enjoyed it far more than the previous games. Never cared much for the 2nd Gen pokes. And it didn't have that weird dungeon design that the first games had.
    I take back my initial lack of ****s t' give. Do tell, why did ya enjoy RS moreso than previous generations? In detail if possible, pl0x.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Splash_King View Post
    Do tell, why did ya enjoy RS moreso than previous generations? In detail if possible, pl0x.
    I'll try it.

    Lets see. When you start, you're moving to the town, giving the protagonist reasons for starting his journey. This feels more natural compared to Red/blue where you suddenly decide to do stuff for some reason. Next, one of the gym leaders was his dad. This wasn't much of a big deal, but it did give a reason to what the heck was going on in the guy's life. Furthermore, your rival isn't a douche. It's more of a friendly rivalry this time around.

    Then we got the villains. Unlike Rocket, these weren't just some gangsters without a clear goal that you just sorta run into. These were evil men that wanted to destroy the world(or just dramatically change it). So we got the traditional "boy who saves the world" scenario, common in every RPG. Additionally, this wasn't just one group striving to reach it's evil goals, we had TWO of these guys. This means there's two rival groups each trying to grind the other one down, and the protagonist encounters them as they fight for supremacy.

    Then we got the theme and lore. RSE feature an overall weather theme, including elements and such. This means the guys on the cover are actually important to the plot. There's a myth that the water and fire/land godlike pokemon fought and eventually had to go into a slumber. If one could use their power, sh*t would happen. And once again, the villains come into play. This is an important occasion where the villains and the legendary pokemon come together. In other games, these 2 were separate things. Team Magma and Aqua want to use a mythical power to change the world. And then they actually go ahead and show this when, for example, Kyogre is awakened. It starts to rain everywhere. This was completely unexpected, and other games never had such a story-related impact.

    Some minor RPG mechanics would be the introduction of Pokemon abilities and nature. This is a very important part of these types of games. Uniqueness to party members. For example, in FFVII you could virtually teach everyone everything. They had no abilities unique to each other. There was also the introduction of Pokemon contest, or whatever they're called. Minigames are also a long standby in RPG's, and this one was a quite elaborate. Then there's double battles.

    Then there's personal things like the Pokemon and the design. I overall enjoyed them. Lots of water too.
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