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11:21 PM on 12/06/12 
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I definitely like the First Generation cause Red/Blue/Yellow were simple, and I didn't have to beat myself up over what grass type or water type I'd want on my team. But Second Generation and Gold/Silver/Crystal were equally as good. And the remakes, FireRed LeafGreen HeartGold SoulSilver were too good.
09:03 AM on 12/07/12 
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More Black/White Action and it still amazes me. I've come to realize the one thing that really bothers me is that the Unova region is suposed to be less rural and more industrial-like. Lots of cities, roads, a lot of gray area and science... It's a personal feeling though, i just like pokemon when it's more nature based, the landscapes on Sinnoh, in Kanto, Johto and Hoenn were like really colorful and vivid, the same with the pokemon, a lot more varied, and though every Gen has it's awful/uncreative ones, some of Gen5 i just can't accept (specially that garbage one, my fucking god, who thought that was a good idea?).

However, it's nice to have a change for a while, i guess it was needed. I'm on the Desert and all my pokes are around level 30. (The Water Starter fucking owns, recomended) 3 Badges in.

And i finally beat Whitney on HG, one of the best gym fights in the whole saga IMO. My Growlithe is proving me it delivers.

if you like Black/White at all. Make sure to get Black/White 2, the story line is pretty cool and they add a lot to it



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