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... Colosseum 2? O_O

Discussion in 'Pokémon Games Discussion' started by Linkachu, Dec 13, 2004.

  1. Linkachu

    Linkachu Hero of Pizza
    Staff Member Administrator

    http://www.cube-europe.com/newsgfx/pokegc/scan.jpg

    Look at those trainers! The way they're chatting; the battle with Zangoose... This is seeming a bit too much like Scenerio mode, eh? Could it be? Could they really be making a Colosseum 2?

    What do you guys think? And can anyone translate the text?
     
  2. It looks a bit like a female version of Colleseum...seeing as the main charrie looks VERY feminine.
     
  3. Looks a lot like Colosseum. Giant Krabby building behind the Zangoose guy, similar textures...floating holographic Poké Ball marking a Pokémon Center...definitely a Colosseum 2 idea. But since the main character is so much younger, perhaps you'll obtain your Pokémon through traditional methods?

    I was sorta hoping the next GameCube game might take place in a world where DP Pokémon are hanging around, but both DP and this new game are set for a 2005 release, and DP aren't expected until Q4. No Munchlax. :cry:
     
    #3 QuagsireQing, Dec 13, 2004
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  4. Doctor Oak

    Staff Member Overlord

    I look forward to any news on this game.

    Which will be friday. I assure you. Nintendo has released the first screenshots to the japanese gaming press and now their websites will update with news on them.

    ^^ I can't wait. Collosseum 2 is definitely what it seems to be. Though feminine, i don't quite get. The character models are more correctly proportioned and the hero just seems younger. Besides, all you need to be a hero in an anime/rpg is spikey hair - he has that - he wins. ^^
     
  5. This game could actually make me want to buy a Gamecube. And for one reason only, it apparently has "more traditional RPG elements" according to Pokeschool's news. If this is true then this game could be what I've wanted ever since I saw the anime. I always wanted a big roamy round game with lots of little sidequests.
     
  6. *cough*TheLegendofZelda:TheWindWaker*cough* I hope that was subtle enough.
     
  7. Yes, Wind walker is most probably an excellent rpg that I should play but does it contain pokemon? I think not.
     
  8. There are pigs. You could pretend that they're Spoinks.
     
  9. And pesky Wingull that follow you around the ocean...and the giant Ho-ohroc King...and the shopkeeper Weedle!
     
  10. Doctor Oak

    Staff Member Overlord

    .... Topic anyone?
     
  11. Ahem... if there aren't wild Pokemon, I will hurt someone. :twisted:
     
  12. I'm sure the Pokémon will be wild. They wouldn't support a young kid going around and stealing other trainers' Pokémon, would they? Nah.

    Oh! Maybe they'll make it like the anime, where you only get Pokémon if they like you enough to leave their homes to come with you willingly!

    :cry:
     
    #12 QuagsireQing, Dec 17, 2004
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  13. Linkachu

    Linkachu Hero of Pizza
    Staff Member Administrator

    *Harsh wind blows through the trees*
    And that, my friends, is the sound of QQ jinxing us. Thanks alot, Mr. Waterfish :twisted:

    We have to keep in mind that this isn't going to be a 'true' adventure, but hopefully it will feel more adventurous then Colossem 1. Either way I'll buy it. I didn't hate the original that much :p
     
  14. Agreed, Colosseum wasn't bad at all. In fact, looking back at it, I very much enjoyed it. Didn't a chill run down your spine the first time you played it? Battling in 3D?

    The only downfall of the game was the lack of wild Pokémon, and not because you couldn't catch infinite numbers of them, but because when you wanted to train or level up, you had to resort to the Colosseums or Mt. Battle, and that got annoying real fast, especially since you needed to have a very high-leveled team if you wanted to get through the boss quintet (then again, my team was a bunch of ragtags from Johto that normally wouldn't see the time of day: Umbreon, Sudowoodo, Qwilfish, etc...).
     
    #14 QuagsireQing, Dec 17, 2004
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  15. I liked it as well, but besides the lack of wild Pokemon, it also had no replay value. Meh. :?
     
  16. Yoshimitsu

    Former Moderator

    You don't use Umbreon? A curse on you.
     
  17. Umbreon is great competitively, but its in-game uses are limited at best.
     
  18. Yoshimitsu

    Former Moderator

    I always have an Umbreon, its one of my favourite pokemon. It usually has Toxic, Confuse Ray, Mean Look and Faint Attack. My anti-psychic pokemon.
     
  19. [quote name='"QuagsireQing"]...then again' date=' my team was a bunch of ragtags from Johto that normally wouldn't see the time of [i']day[/i]...[/quote]

    :p
     
  20. Yoshimitsu

    Former Moderator

    Damn, I knew I was overlooking something.
     

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