SHINY FREAKING GROUDON!!! I'm finally posting this after 2 months haha I still have a lot of shinies to post tho, I just wasn't feeling in the mood to post and writing a caption, you know? I will try my best to keep posting consistently, it's just hard to me cause I want to keep hunting and sometimes I really take a lot of time trying to take the right pictures and stuff. I just want to finish hunting the shinies I have left (Type: Null and Blacephalon), after that I will focus on editing and posting. Well about Groudon tbh I don't like that much the color green so that means that I'm not a big fan of green shinies, but sometimes I make an exception like with Mewtwo and this time with Groudon. I think it looks pretty good and it reminds me of a giant lizard, I love lizards btw haha. If you put me to choose between regular and the shiny one I will definitely pick the regular one, red looks so good on him. The shape of its head and face is my favorite part, it could be a really nice helmet or something like that haha. Which is your favorite lengendary from gen 3? Comment down below. #shinyhunt#shinypokemon#shinyhunter#shinyhunting#shinygroudon#shiny#pokemon#groudon#pokemonsunandmoon#pokemonsun#pokemonmoon#pokemonultrasun#pokemonultramoon
Meet Ladychu! She’s an old oc of mine from 2014 (second image is my original art of her) She’s really mean but she’s got a heart of gold once you get to know her! (She has no back or tail markings)
Game Freak - Was Concerned about How Well Switch Would Sell & Director on Bringing over Pokemon Yellow with New Features ❄
Director Junichi Masuda recently got interviewed by game’s Japanese strategy guide, which was then published in the English version.
▪On What as the Keyword for Pokemon: Let's Go:
“We have always decided a keyword for our projects, but the truth is that we didn’t have a single definitive keyword this time. Instead we had the idea of creating a game that wouldn’t be frightening and that everyone could play together in their living room. That’s because these games started off from the desire to rebuilt the Pokemon series for the new home gaming console – Nintendo Switch – based on the 1999 Game Boy title Pokemon Yellow: Special Pikachu Edition. If we simply brought Pokemon Yellow to Nintendo Switch as it was, though, we would only see a limited number of people play the game. That’s why we forged ahead with adding Pokemon-catching mechanics from Pokemon GO and the two-player Support Play feature, and we really included as many new ways to play as we could manage. The major concern we had when development first started was how well Nintendo Switch would sell. After all, we were working on development before the hardware had even been released, so we really couldn’t predict at all whether the console was going to sell well or not. Of course, we were all quite relieved to see it hit record sales figures after its release! (Laughs.)”
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• ( Credits to Nintendo Everything )
Finally! My team and I defeated the Elite 4 and became Alolan Champions! Those were some tough battles, but I had full faith in my Pokemon. They really are an awesome team!