I could never imagine myself getting excited about an upcoming video game; let alone talk to random people about video games. It has been years since
I purchased a console and a game to play. But this October will be different when Pokemon X and Y will be released. My friend Paul told me him and his
dad will purchase one of the new Pokemon games for my birthday present. All I would have to do is purchase a 3DS. I'm excited because I like finding
out about the new Pokemon regardless of me playing the games or not. Plus they're just addicting and fun to play when you have a lot of free time on
your hands. Currently there are six known new Pokemon revealed for generation VI. The games will have a full 3D game play compared to the older
Pokemon games which I hope will make the Pokemon games more fun and challenging. I do not know what starter I will pick yet till I see the final
evolve forms of the new starters. Hoping for a type that will be part steel or electric. Right now all we can do is speculate of what the games will
be like till new news will be released throughout the months. I'll use this thread to update the latest news to keep everyone and myself excited.
Hey! You have to catch em' all and also stretch out your dollar. I'm amazed how cheap the games are compared to the 3DS. I just hope I would enjoy
the games even though they're marketed toward children.
soooooooo glad we already have a 3ds.....got one for hubby a while back for xmas...best bet is finding a good deal on black Friday they sell em cheap
then....i got it because he wanted a zelda game...but i guess imma gonna be steeling it back (: (:.....ah love pokemon played and beat every one since
blue version....working on conquest and black 2 now.....so i guess that makes me kinda of a poke master (+:
this x y looks amazing! i really hope that's the game play!!!!! lol love the part where magicarp uses splash lol....
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