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  1. I don't have kids either, but I'm skeptical of the idea that there's a large group of people saying "giving a $200 3DS to my child is no problem, but a $300 Switch, now that's a bridge too far". Yeah, the 3DS is cheaper and (possibly?) somewhat more durable thanks to being able to close it when it's not in use, but it's not like it's cheap enough that running out and buying a new one is no big deal. Either your kid is responsible enough to carry around a multiple-hundreds-of-dollars piece of electronics, or they aren't. The difference between a 3DS and a Switch on that scale seems like spli
  2. Man, I played through enough of Sun to get to the first pokemon center so I could grab the items (and greninja) from the demo plus the event munchlax. Holy crap, going back to Y after that is actually kind of hard. Just little quality of life stuff makes a huge difference. Being able to check move info in battle! Being told whether a move is super/not very/normally effective! A button to go straight to "use pokeball" instead of having to navigate through three menus first! None of it is a huge deal by itself, but all together it's like night and day. In other news, I feel like s
  3. You're good, man. I'm still working on Y. Just finished saving the world last night. I laughed my ass off at how everyone was basically "well, now that the ancient superweapon that nearly wiped humanity off the face of the planet is dealt with, let's get back to the really important thing: POKEMON JOURNEY! Those last few gym leaders aren't going to defeat themselves!"
  4. Is there a Gamestop event pokemon for December, or is it online this month?
  5. So, I didn't get to finish Y over Thanksgiving like I'd hoped (I spent most of my time doing things like "hanging out with family" and "eating delicious food", silly me) but I did make a fair bit of progress. I know I'm behind the times on this, but man, Lysandre goes from zero to genocide pretty damn quick, doesn't he?
  6. Wait, how the hell does this work? Can you just scan everything and get them all? Because that's pretty nuts. I mean, not in a bad way, but I'd still be pretty surprised. In other news, I got my copy of Sun, but I didn't manage to finish Y before it came. I'm going to hold off on starting it until I do that, because otherwise I probably never will. I'm taking all of next week off for Thanksgiving, so I'll definitely finish up Y and get started on Sun
  7. So, no more field moves at all? It's all replaced by... whatever the thing in the demo that let you ride a taros at will was called? I'm entirely okay with that. Having to give up a slot or two in your party (I'm using a bibarel and a hawlucha in Y, though I'd probably have the hawlucha anyway, because LUCHADORE PARROT) wasn't a whole lot of fun, though I'll admit that smashing through walls and stuff was amusing for some reason. I guess we'll just have to summon pokemon to do that for us on command instead of having them be part of our party now, though. No real loss there, as far a
  8. The girl that talks about the guy who rescued her when she sprained her ankle? Next timed event after that is the guy in city hall with his pikachu, I believe, which was 12 days from the start (so seven after the girl you missed).
  9. In other news, I finally got around to checking out the demo, as well. I cannot be the only one who found Team Skull's "gangsta" shenanigans to be cringeworthy. Like, just... ow. Seriously. It's horrific. Other than that, pretty good stuff, though. As others have mentioned, I appreciate the game letting me know what attacks are effective against what, rather than making me memorize and/or guess a million different type interactions. The fact that they've finally gotten rid of the grid system entirely takes a bit of getting used to, but no real complaints. The Z-move pose the t
  10. In honor of the demo release, I actually got off my ass and played some Y yesterday. Now I have three badges, and I can mega evolve things. Yelling "henshin a-go-go, baby!" recommended but not required. I also got a plot-relevant lucario that I feel kinda bad that I can't actually fit in my party. Between pokemon I need for HM moves and covering a good variety of types, I don't have space for him. "Lucario really wants to go with you! You should take him, I'm sure he'll become much stronger with you as his trainer!" "Sweet, free pokedex entry. Now get in the box and never come out."
  11. Sun/Moon isn't allowed to come out yet, I still only have two badges in Y. Adulting is hard need more time for videya gaims plz.
  12. So, nothing related to the new stuff, but I've finally gotten around to playing more of Y since I bought it like... three years ago. My team currently consists of: a ninja frog, a plantosaur, a kung-fu firebird, a psychic rock, a luchadore parrot, and a beaver. Pokemon is silly.
  13. I get most of my gaming news either through word of mouth or from Ars Technica. Ars is a more general tech news site, but they usually pick up the major gaming stories.
  14. It seems to me that if we're talking about paying employees, it would be "administrative" people rather than "creative" people. Paying remixers, judges, album directors, etc would be weird, but someone like a lawyer, accountant, or web developer seems reasonable to me. I'm sort of assuming that this would all be happening after OCR gets official non-profit status, though.
  15. Like, actual breakfast, or a muffin under a heat lamp "breakfast"?
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