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DefHalan

Wow lots of love for Gen 3, most of the time I get made fun of for liking Gen 3 the most...

People keep saying the Xbox One doesn't have Backwards Compatibility.
I don't think they know what Backwards Compatibility means...

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MrWalkieTalkie

Generation 5. Nearly every pokemon in that generation I absolutely loved. And the region of Unova just felt so magical yet familiar, I could explore it for hours and hours. Heck, I spent over 600 hours of my life playing Pokemon Black.

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Jazzer94

Gen 3 more specifically Emerald first Pokemon Gen I played through completely by myself plus I loved battle frontier still to this day it hasn't been topped.

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gen 6

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Gioku

Generation V was my favorite, by far. I started with Gen. III (LeafGreen Version), and about a year after I finally got my DS Lite B/W came out. And, since I had gone straight from LeafGreen to Black, I was floored. I was amazed at how many things had improved since the GBA days! The animated sprites for all the Pokémon really got me, though. Everything seemed alive, all of a sudden (as opposed to the "cardboard cutout" appearance of older games)! ...and once again I got to explore a land full of unknown Pokémon I had never seen before. It was amazing.

...Pokémon Y just didn't have that same feeling for me. It had too many old Pokémon right off the bat... and hardly any new ones at all, really. Seeing everything in glorious 3D graphics was cool, though. The animation of Gen. VI is mind blowing.

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@MrWalkieTalkie yeah, I mean, what I loved the most was that — at least until you beat the game — all the Pokémon were new! ...it really emulated my first experience playing Pokémon LeafGreen, when I still didn't know most of the Pokémon. And it happened again with Black Version, and it hit me right in the nostalgia.

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Bolt_Strike

4th gen, with 3rd as a close second. There were just less flaws in the 4th gen games than any other generation (except for maybe 3rd). 1st and 2nd were too light and rough around the edges, while 5th and 6th pander to the little kiddies too much to the point where it ruins the experience (the linear design is too linear and the AI is too easy) and were also lighter on game content than 3rd and 4th.

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FSHunter

Bolt_Strike wrote:

4th gen, with 3rd as a close second. There were just less flaws in the 4th gen games than any other generation (except for maybe 3rd). 1st and 2nd were too light and rough around the edges, while 5th and 6th pander to the little kiddies too much to the point where it ruins the experience (the linear design is too linear and the AI is too easy) and were also lighter on game content than 3rd and 4th.

4th gen got pretty boring especially with basically the same stuff appearing in every game

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Rezalack

I've only played 1, 5, and 6 Gen.. I played the mystery dungeon games on the DS and really liked those, whatever gen they were. Piplup and Turtwig are probably my favorite starters, next to Bulbasaur. My favorite Gen though of the main Pokemon games I've played though, definitely generation 1. The main story just felt fresh and I like all the Pokemon, aside from a few, in it. It helps that I was obsessed with the cartoon and trading cards at the time, too. I've liked all the games though. I never finished Y because it got boring at about 60 hours in for me and other games stole my interest. I may pick it up again sometime.

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Bolt_Strike

FSHunter wrote:

Bolt_Strike wrote:

4th gen, with 3rd as a close second. There were just less flaws in the 4th gen games than any other generation (except for maybe 3rd). 1st and 2nd were too light and rough around the edges, while 5th and 6th pander to the little kiddies too much to the point where it ruins the experience (the linear design is too linear and the AI is too easy) and were also lighter on game content than 3rd and 4th.

4th gen got pretty boring especially with basically the same stuff appearing in every game

I think the linearity and lack of features in other games outweighs any sense of "boring" 4th gen may have had. And I disagree that that sense even existed to begin with.

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