Favorite Pokemon Game?

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  1. Funky Jammer

    Funky Jammer OG

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    The age old question comes up again to all Pokemon fans and players over the years.

    I can't say I have a favorite, but my top three are:

    1. Pokemon Ruby/Sapphire
    2. Pokemon Stadium 2
    3. Pokemon Card Game for GameBoy Color.


    What are yours?
     
  2. Valentino

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    I've always loved the originals more than the new games. Red/Blue/Yellow and Silver/Gold are up there as my favourites, but I do like playing FireRed/LeafGreen etc =p I also really loved Pokemon Snap, it's so simple but kind of addicting. I'd love to see a Pokemon Snap 2 but with a more free roam style and lots more Pokemon :)
     
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    I don’t play Pokemon games anymore, it has lost its appeal to me and I find it boring. However, Gold is the best Pokemon game ever I ever played, in fact I played for days straight.
     
  4. Claptrap

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    Soul Silver and Heart Gold. Great remakes of my favorites. I don't play Pokémon nowadays, though. It has become extremely stale and repetitive... at least X and Y look like a breath of fresh hair... though they have extremely stupid names.
     
  5. damagicalmuggle

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    Emerald for me. Great story line, cool Pokemon, seven legendaries, etc. The list goes on and on.
     
  6. RedNeckJiuJitsu

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    I've not played a lot of the games, but in it's time, Red was a great game. I recently replayed through it, as well as a hacked version called Pokemon Brown. I thought that Brown did a good job improving on Red, as it added it some of the newer Pokemon and giving a bit of a new storyline and some new items.
    The only other official release that I've played was Platinum, and except for the Pokemon beauty pageant things, it took all the good that I remember from the original games and improved on it. At some point, if I see one cheap somewhere, I may get it. I dunno if I'd go with the gen 2 or 3 games, though, as they seem to not be enough of a step up from gen 1 compared to the gen 4 games...
     
  7. DarkRepulser

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    I'm not a huge Pokémon fan, but my favorite one would've been Pokémon Ruby/Sapphire/Emerald. Never got tired of playing that game on my GBA in the pitch dark night. The new DS ones aren't really appealing, in my opinion.
     
  8. elheat631

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    I should say pokemon crystal and ruby. Crystal is the first Pokemon game that I played. They said the first is always the best, I gotta agree with that this time. I can still remember having trouble playing my GBC at the sun, lol.
     
  9. Tofu

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    I haven't played Pokemon in ages, but one of all times favorite Pokemon game are: Pokemon Red,Blue and Ruby.
     
  10. WadeWilson

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    I have always been a fan of the Pokemon series, ever since I was a little kid in second grade. I have waned with my knowledge of Pokemon ever since, but I think some of my favorite games have been on the handhelds, they have always proven to be addictive and very immersible for such a small idea. If they could figure out a way to splice a fallout with Pokemon I am sure the guys at Nintendo would have a field day in sales. The ability to run around and summon your creature to fight other and capture them then train them to become more powerful in a larger environment. Not just one on one combat but summoning all your Pokemon to take down a boss. That would be a million dollar plan.
     
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    I love the pokemon series, my favorite game would have to be Pokemon: Blue. Was the first game i ever played and loved it.
     
  12. CrispyEggos

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    Pokemon red for gameboy color, hands down. I played that til my eyes bled. Rare candy glitch to get all my pokemon to level 99? I'll take it!
     
  13. SilverMiles

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    My favorite Pokemon game will forever be Pokemon Silver. It's the game I first started playing on my Gameboy Color. I remember when I use to use the cheat to duplicate items like rare candy and the master ball. I would use the master ball to catch the legendary dog Pokemon because any other way took way too long.

    I remember when using that cheat all my Pokemon were erased except for a couple of Eevees. I was forced to use those two as my beginner Pokemon and eventually I had an Umbereon and an Espeon. Rare experience it was.
     
  14. Oldman Jr

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    Yellow was my fav, I was like 8 and loved the animé so that you were ash/red it was great! Haha I actually owned all 3 gen 1 games at one point and remember reading about missingno and just last year I finally got mew in yellow, more then a decade later and it's still amazing XD
     
  15. Funky Jammer

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    Agreed. I loved the concept of knowing that you could have all three of the starters while having Pika. What a goldmine to win gamers over. The only downside is the removal of the rare candy, M glitch/cheat.
     
  16. BlackSolaris

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    Pokemon Silver / Pokemon Soul Silver, for me. It had the best pokemons, the best region, the best ending.

    Pokemon Stadium 2 was a mini-game galore, fun for everyone in small doses.
     
  17. BitesizeCrayons

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    Hmm, tough call here. Gen 2 is my favorite, but I still have to say Yellow is my favorite due to it being the first game in the series I owned plus the fact that you can get all of the starters.
     
  18. sully3333

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    I've always loved Pokemon. I'll just make a list, in order:

    1. Pokemon Crystal
    2. Pokemon Ruby
    3. Pokemon Yellow
    4. Pokemon Colosseum
     
  19. ozadin

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    My favorite pokemon game would be Pokemon Emerald. I played it both on the gameboy and DS and had a lot of fun playing it. I think I replayed it at least 3 times before actually moving on. I had trouble getting to Rayquaza though, the bike part was really frustrating. It sure has been a while since I played one of them though, maybe I'll buy Pokemon X and Y just for the hell of it.
     
  20. Oakster

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    The new Black 2 is my favorite as it has lots of improvements that others don't, for example:
    -Reusable TM's
    -Can auto use Repels when they end
    -Unlike Black, has Pokemon from different generations, creating diverse teams