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Do We All Live in the Pokémon World? December 5, 2012

Posted by Maniac in Editorials.
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With the release of Pokémon Black 2 and White 2 to the Nintendo DS last month, the Pokémon ‘Bridged Series, the AWESOME regular review series by the dude formerly known as That Dude in the Suede (now known simply as Suede), or the Pokémon Rusty series on dorkly.com, everyone is talking about Pokémon again!

Since the original games were released, many new Pokémon games have shipped over the years to commercial success. While the platforms they have appeared on have been updated with Nintendo’s hardware, they are still some of the biggest selling games in Nintendo’s library. It has become clear that Pokémon, with its wide appeal across tons of different mediums ranging from animated movies, playing cards, books and a TV show is one of the most successful gaming properties in the world.

But what is it that has made this series so popular and helped it to endure for so long? That’s what we’re here to find out! Maniac is coming at you with a brand new essay exclusive to gamexcess.net, where he breaks down everything he knows about the Pokémon game world and tries to figure out why its been such an enduring franchise for over ten years.

However, this essay was just too big to fit here, we had to dedicate an entire webpage to it. So please enjoy our newest site essay:

Do We All Live in the Pokémon World?

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1. Archduke 7 - December 6, 2012

Hello Maniac, I was forwarded here by your MPT Friend Voucher Video and was looking for assistance in the matter of Green Credits.
Such a massive inconvenience, since so few people have such a rare game, but if its possible to help me locate others who could assist in this matter, it would be appreciated. Also, I am NOT a Robot. My punctuation is just that good! Halo 4 RULES!!!

Maniac - December 6, 2012

Sadly I am no longer running that promotion as I am no longer able to offer vouchers since I upgraded to the Wii U. It doesn’t support WiiConnect24. You’re welcome to post a comment on the page and try to find another player.


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