I’ve done a lot of complaining over the last few days about Square-Enix, but recently Yuji Horii made a blog post about the Dragon Quest series in North America, and I figured this would be a perfect time to rally the fans together and blast Twitter, Facebook, and the blog post to show how much we love the series and that we want more Dragon Quest games released here in North America, and in Europe. Come on everyone, we can do this!
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Another match with my RU team. How will this one turn out?
Please leave a comment and click that like button for our very first attempt at RU battles.
We’re back after a long hiatus with a very old battle with a sand team I’ve built a while back. Hope you enjoy and as always, please leave a comment below and click on that like button!
I’ve started to become quite a big fan of Loot Crate, because I love the goodies they give you. My work desk is slowly but surely becoming the fantastic office I always imagined it would be. Take a look at this unboxing for the Heroes-themed Loot Crate. Lots of fantastic goodies inside!
In the latest episode, we finally meet up with Professor Sycamore and get an old school starter. We also see Lysandre for the first time and stroll around Luminose City. Hope you enjoy!
1- When a Pokémon faints, it is considered “dead” and cannot be used anymore. It has to be either released or stored in a specified PC Box titled “Cemetery”.
2- You can only capture the first Pokémon you find in every new area and nothing else. If it faints of flees, there are no second chances.
3- The captured Pokémon must be Wondertraded and cannot be used in battle. You can however use the Pokémon obtained from Wonder Trade.
4- If a Pokémon obtained from Wonder Trade is too overpowered or over-leveled, you have 1 of 2 choices. Store it and keep it for later or Wonder Trade it again until a more suitable Pokémon is obtained. This is a one time decision and cannot be reversed.
5- If you receive the same species of Pokémon twice, you may Wonder Trade it again until you get a Pokémon not previously obtained.
6- You must give a nickname to all of the Pokémon you catch, for the sake of forming stronger emotional bonds.
This is it, the final episode in our Destiny Beta Week special feature. Jarrod and Steven hit up the moon, and say goodbye to the Destiny Beta.
In this episode, we manage to evolve our Scatterbug twice for it to reach the magnificient Vivillion form. We also finally get our exp share and battle a bunch of trainers and advance the story.
I promised you a look at the PvP portion of the Destiny Beta, and well, here it is. There are some really classic moments in this capture the zone game, that I hope you enjoy watching. I’ve got one more video on the Destiny Beta that will be up within the next few days, and that will wrap up our content for this game until it officially retails on September 9th, 2014.
Steven takes on Tyler in another epic battle.
I subscribed to Loot Crate to see what all the fuss was about, and I must say, thus far I’m very impressed.
Pokemon Red and Blue (even Yellow) bring so many great childhood memories that I decided to make a team with 100% generation one pokemon. I cheated a bit and threw a megastone on Charizard but still, it was awesome. This was suggested by Timothy and as always, looking forward to your team suggestions!
This is it, the final video from the PvE portion of the Destiny Beta. I’ll have one more video highlighting the PvP portion, and then that’s it until the final review in September. Thank you very much for watching this in-depth look at the Destiny Beta.