It took me half an hour to decide whether or not to turn off the console. You had to think about it well because the bad tongues said that I could hump my game of countless hours, but the alternative if everything went well was to get a Squirtle cloned with a Masterball so … what the hell. This and other crazy things are what you will remember if in your time you were a true fan of ‘Pokémon’ (or you still are), and today we wanted to pick up some of them so that you remember them with love, nostalgia and, why not, also give you the opportunity to remind you how sick we were then.
Magikarp, you the first
You have to level up a Magikarp to get it evolved to Gyarados. What do I have to do? But if these fish crap all he does is wag his tail! Splatter? How noses can that be an attack? How am I going to get a water dragon by fighting a turbot? Take it easy, purchase the Pokémon toys, put it in the list and buy-in affordable prizes. Then you have it much easier with the object to share experience, but in the first pass doing things like that was a real hit.
And this is how to drive away from the war popular
wisdom said that carrying a high-level Pokémon in the first place in your group would prevent the looser bugs from bothering you excessively when you were on your way to doing something important. I never got to know if it worked, but at least it seemed that when the repellent ran out you could enjoy the game a little more without interruption from tired rats.
The fine art of cloning Pokémon
Imagine having a team loaded with 100 level Charizards. Yes, that team would last a short time in a water gym, but at that time nothing was cooler than a Charizard and the possibility of cloning pokemon plush (and the objects that went with them) was an option too juicy not to turn off our Game Boy when the transmission was at 50%. More than one would have a heart attack if turning on the console again the cartridge made some stranger.
The day Uri Geller went farruco
At that time ‘Pokémon’ was sacred, so every time someone dared to question the genius behind our afternoons of vice was repudiated by the children’s community. There were several, but the most famous was Uri Geller and his complaint to Nintendo for using his image to be inspired by Kadabra and his spoon.
Hitmonchan’s boxer thing made no sense
Kadabra was not the only ‘Pokémon’ that took advantage of the inspiration to become a reality, others like Hitmonchan or Hitmonlee, with that name by Jackie Chan and Bruce Lee, also had their ration of reality. The funny thing is that, unlike what usually happens, the translation was fantastic in its passage to the West, maintaining the homage that already came from the Japanese version, although there their names were Ebiwalar and Sawamular by the fighters Hiroyuki Ebihara and Tadashi Sawamura.
People like Pokémon
Do you remember how bad we were PETA’s for criticizing ‘Pokémon’ by saying that animals were abused? Too vitiated to recognize that the Nintendo game universe is crazy in which they don’t even hide that people eat their own friends. Yes, that’s why the Farfetch’d were close to extinction.
Put a Kabutops in your life
how great to be able to have a Pikachu that recharges your console so you don’t throw batteries or be in love with the plug. But despite our firm desire to have a Pokémon at home, our desire was taken away the day he gave us to start reading the descriptions of some of them. Does a Kabutops at home after reading “cuts off its prey with its claws and absorbs its fluids” …? Eh, no, you better stay on the console.
Saad Mushtaq was born and raised in the busy city of Abbottabad. As a journalist, Saad Mushtaq has contributed to many online publications including the PAK Today and the Huffing Post. In regards to academics, Saad Mushtaq earned a degree in business from the Abbottabad UST, Havelian. Saad Mushtaq follows the money and covers all aspects of emerging tech here at The Hear Up.Thanks
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