Ever since the very first games back in 1998, Mewtwo has been one of the most fearsome beings in the Pokéverse. That feeling you got when you finally earned entry into Cerulean Cave and were faced with the task of battling this thing? Its sprite was darn unsettling and it absolutely would not get in the Poké Ball (no, Simon, my third-grade buddy, the Up and B trick does not work).
The torches and pitchforks were out for pint-sized pugilist, who was considered deeply OP before people realized that he was actually… well, pretty darn bad. If there’s one thing that we gamers tend to get all kinds of riled about, it’s character balance.
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Still, that’s my own fault for challenging myself not to use the Master Ball. Discussion of the series is always dominated by tier lists, matchups and who’s better than who. Remember when Little Mac was added to the series?
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In fighting games, which are super-competitive by nature, this is especially crucial. Others in the comments are claiming they got the same message, and that the ban not only restricts them from playing Pokemon online, but all Nintendo online services. There also doesn’t seem to be a specified time limit on the bans, so who knows when or if those affected will be able to use their accounts online again. The solution is to simply say no to using cheats, not just in Pokémon Sunand Moonbut in any game.
- Speaking of a more mature Ash, XYZ Ash did seem a whole lot older.
- Her character design was very appealing and simple, her lazy/joyful personality is relatable, and how her backstory involved her and Ash meeting in the past for the very first time sealed the deal for me.
- He/She was 16, hinting that you may be around the same age or older.
- Taking into consideration that the X and Y game’s protagonists are around 16 years old, it would make sense if GBA Games Ash was chronologically 16 too in the final episode.
- In the X and Y games, your character is introduced to another character who’s implied to be younger than you and your rival.
It is really not worth it, as it takes away from the playing experience for both the cheater and other players more than the satisfaction that it brings. It is unclear, however, what particular cheats have caused the players to receive bans, and whether players who simply received hacked Pokémon in trades are also being banned for owning them. The bans, which were announced through the Japanese Global Link website, were applied to 5,954 players who have been caught using illegal save data. This means that these players used some sort of hack or tool to modify their save’s items and trainer information, or that they used illegal Pokémon when making trades or joining online competition.
It was a huge limiting factor and ruined the flow of the game, hence the ban. Still other times, a Pokémon isn’t particularly strong, but it’s banned anyway. Deoxys boasts several of these traits at the same time. It’s tended to be an event Pokémon, and while it’s also super strong in some forms (and super-frail, so manageable), that’s reason enough for its banning.
Serebii, Pokémon news site, reported the news earlier today (Jan. 26). It’s post said exactly 5,954 people were ousted from the game. I’m so beyond glad that this happens, especially in games such as Pokémon. Just because “everyone does it”, doesn’t mean that it’s cool do to so. People deserve to be cut off; it sucks the fun out of the game for everyone who gives a damn.
Logan loves voicing his opinions just as much as writing them. When he isn’t gaming or writing, Logan’s probably recording a podcast or chatting on the radio. Video game journalism is his passion, and he hopes to cover video games for years to come.