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Posted on Aug 19th 2020 at 12:00:00 PM by (NeoMagicWarrior)
Posted under Pokemon, GBA

Loop around the orbit for Neo's "A Brief Look At" series!

This month, we check out Pokemon Pinball: Ruby & Sapphire for the Game Boy Advance!

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Posted on May 12th 2020 at 12:00:00 PM by (EZ Racer)
Posted under N64, N64, zelda, mario, rare, goldeneye, mario kart, pokemon, nintendo

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Nintendo in 3D! Some games took advantage of the new graphic capabilities, many of which you'll find below. Like all systems, it had its clunkers (hello Superman), but it was interesting to put this list together because it was similar to the Super NES; at the top were some mainstays that received near universal praise.

Speaking of the top, the ranks definitely came into play, which you'll see when we hit the top 2...

Continue reading RFGen Top 20 Games- N64 Edition

Posted on Oct 2nd 2019 at 12:00:00 PM by (bombatomba)
Posted under spirits, pokemon, yokai

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At first glance there really isn't much that I should like about Yo-kai Watch: I am not a fan of anime in general, I am not a huge fan of the Pokemon craze, and I am certainly not at the age to which this games humor is targeted.  Nonetheless, I was pulled into Yo-kai Watch hard, and it has everything to do with the setting.

Continue reading Yo-Kai Watch for 3DS

Posted on Apr 2nd 2017 at 12:00:00 PM by (Crabmaster2000)
Posted under Nintendo, Zelda, Fire Emblem, Pokemon, Depression

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Over the last several years I've noticed that popular gaming trends have been moving in a direction that largely doesn't appeal to me. That's not to say I don't still get excited for new game. I am beyond thrilled for the release of Persona 5 in a few days. Injustice 2 looks like a stellar follow up to the first game. South Park: The Fractured But Whole seems like it's going to improve on the previous game in every way. Ni No Kuni II is sure to live up to the pedigree of the first Ni Nu Kuni. And Bloodstained already has my money and is working hard to impress.

There is a lot to be excited about even if 90% or more of the AAA releases are for a different audience these days. One thing that is very new to my "Day 1" purchase list is the exclusion of Nintendo franchises. Usually I'm 100% on board for the next Mario, Zelda, Fire Emblem and more. But my world got a lot darker on March 17th.......

Continue reading What happened Amiibro?

Posted on Feb 2nd 2017 at 05:00:00 AM by (Crabmaster2000)
Posted under Pokemon, 3DS, Pokemon Sun, Pokemon Moon, RPG, Catch em All, Family Gaming

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I'm not a huge Pokemon fanatic. I have dabbled in the series on and off since Blue and Red though. I've beaten and enjoyed Pokemon Blue, Diamond, Y, Snap, Trozei, and Stadium. I've played several others like Gale of Darkness, Mystery Dungeon and the more recent Pokemon Go, and found myself satisfied with the experiences. Heck I've even occasionally enjoy a few games of the Pokemon TCG.

My son is now 8 years old and is in prime Pokemon territory. After hearing some good things, I decided to get us a joint Christmas present of the Pokemon Sun/Moon double pack (which has both versions of the game). It took a few weeks after Christmas to get some attention from either of us as we were pre-occupied with Lego, comic books, and life for a while. However, we finally decided to jump in and I've had a very interesting experience playing through this game alongside my son.

Continue reading Having Fun While Not Having Fun

Posted on Jul 31st 2016 at 12:00:00 PM by (singlebanana)
Posted under Playcast, Pokemon, Pokemon GO, sidecast, mobile,

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Last month's SideCast for E3 2016 was a product of our excitement over the event and our first attempt at getting together to discuss something other than our experiences with a game.  Little did we know that something announced at that event would come out of the blue and have such a huge impact on three of our members.  During this SideCast #2, join singlebanana, GrayGhost81, and Fleach, as they discuss the worldly, mobile gaming sensation, Pokemon GO. How have we been progressing through the game in it's first few weeks, what features do we like and which do think need improvement,and what is it that makes some of us (who previously had no love for Pokemon) fans of this AR experience?  So join us as we recount our early efforts to catch 'em all and dissect what it is about this game that has people excited throughout the world.  Is this app merely a fad, or something that could have significant staying power?  Thanks for listening!

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Posted on Apr 1st 2016 at 04:00:00 AM by (Zagnorch)
Posted under Trump, Donald, 2016, election, pokemon, skylanders, wavebird, canada


The_8-Bit_Donald's 8-Point Plan to Make

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GREAT Again!

Good morning, fellow RF Gentlemen! Thank you for attending my rally on this beautiful April day. I hope we'll have many more days like this ahead. There's no greater collecting site for video game enthusiasts anywhere on the internets, really! It's true! It really is. But there have been many signs of a decline in the last few years, which is why I'm campaigning to become this fine institution's illustrious leader. You see, I have a YUUUUGE plan, a GREAT plan-- really, it's great, it really is-- to put RF Generation back on the top of the vidya heap!  I have eight points that I will pursue when I claim my rightful fuhrerdom leadership:

Continue reading Making RF Generation GREAT Again!

Posted on Feb 20th 2009 at 06:42:17 AM by (Nionel)
Posted under Pokemon, Gaming in Retrospect, RPG, GameCube, Gameboy Advance, Nintendo DS

Welcome to the third, and final, in my series retrospective on the Pokemon franchise. This final entry will cover the Advance Generation of the Pokemon series, which spanned even games on the Gameboy Advance, four on the GameCube, and three on the Nintendo DS. The Advance Generation was a sort of reboot for the franchise, when Ruby and Sapphire were originally released for the GBA, they were not connected in any way to the previous games in the series. The stories weren't connected like the first two generation games were, the new region, Hoenn, was in a completely different part of the Pokemon world, with no connection to either Kanto or Johto, and while Ruby and Sapphire contained data for all of the Pokemon from the previous games, a vast majority of them were unobtainable within the games themselves, without the use of a cheating device, and the games featured no way to connect to any of the previous releases. Some fans felt this lack of connection to the previous games was a step in the wrong direction and questioned whether or not Nitendo truely knew what they wanted to do with the franchise, little did we know that Nintendo did have something in mind, but we'd have to wait some time to see what it was...

Continue reading Gaming in Retrospect: Pokemon Generation III

Posted on Feb 15th 2009 at 07:03:03 AM by (Nionel)
Posted under Pokemon, Gameboy, Gameboy Color, Nintendo 64, RPG

Due to the global success of the Pokemon franchise, it was obvious that a sequel to the popular Red, Blue, and Yellow versions was imminent. From 1995 until 2001, the world played the first generation Pokemon games and waded through a number of spinoffs awaiting a true sequel to be released for the series. In 1997 the first details emerged from Nintendo in the form of screen shots for Pocket Monsters 2: Gold and Silver, and even though the games wouldn't see release in Japan until 1999, the world anxiously awaited the release of these sequels. The second generation of Pokemon is small, especially in comparison to the first generation, as the second generation is only made up of five games, Pokemon Gold, Silver, Crystal, Pokemon Stadium 2 (Pokemon Stadium Gold and Silver in Japan) and Pokemon Puzzle Challange, these games, with the exception of Pokemon Stadium, are all available for the Gameboy Color, with Stadium available for the Nintendo 64.

Continue reading Gaming in Retrospect: Pokemon Generation II

Posted on Feb 10th 2009 at 09:33:38 AM by (Nionel)
Posted under Pokemon, Gameboy, Gameboy Color, Nintendo 64

Welcome to gaming in Retrospect, this is an article where I'll look back on a game or a series of games. In this article I'll be looking at the first generation of the Pokemon franchise with games for the Gameboy, Gameboy Color and Nintendo 64. The Pokemon franchise is the brain child of game developer Satoshi Tajiri, and since it's original Japanese release in 1995 has spawned more than 40 games, an anime series spanning nearly 500 episodes, and a manga series that has been serialized for the last twelve years. In this first article covering the series, I'll look at the games based on the first generation games from the main series games Pokemon Red, Green, Blue, and Yellow, the first two Stadium games, and the spinoff games Pokemon Pinball, Pokemon Trading Card Game, Pokemon Snap, and Hey You! Pikachu!.

Continue reading Gaming in Retrospect: Pokemon Generation I

Posted on Mar 7th 2008 at 03:31:44 AM by (OatBob)
Posted under Nintendo, Wii Ware, Wii, FFCC, Bomberman, Dr Mario, Pokemon

While Americans get news that they have to wait until May 12, Nintendo of Japan is priming up their audience for upcoming Wii Ware releases later this month.  Recently, Nintendo launched a page listing some of the titles announced along with some screenshots.  A fair amount of second and third-party support is a welcome sight to continue Nintendo's diverse download offerings.

The current titles announced include:
  • Final Fantasy Crystal Chronicles: My Life as a King
  • StarSoldierR
  • Word Puzzle Mojipittan Wii
  • Everyone's Pok√©mon Ranch
  • Dr. Mario's Virus Buster
  • Marubou Shikaku
  • Magnetica (Puzzloop)
  • Bomberman
  • Okiraku Ping-Pong Wii
  • Angel's Solitaire
  • Joysound Wii
There are a notable amount of previously announced titles missing from the current list, but it is expected that we'll see those as well as others on the Wii Ware service in the future.  Judging by the screenshots we can expect to see a mix of single player and multiplayer games that appeal to a diverse audience.

Official web page: [Wii Ware]
Source: [Wii Fanboy]

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