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Question sur les jeux de pokemon

13 mai 2019 à 14:38 TrevorNoah  
I have fire red, green leaf, ruby, sapphire, emerald, black 1 + 2, white 1 + 2, pearl, diamond, platinum, gold heart, silver soul and all the iterations of the 3ds range. I wonder if I have to start with gba games and transfer them? Is there a legitimate way to get more and more mewto? Should I play alpha and omega remakes on 3ds instead of the original ones?

Question sur les jeux de pokemon

14 mai 2019 à 20:48 Feufochmar  
(En français, c'est mieux sur ce forum)

Each game is independent. You can play them in any order.

To transfer from GBA to DS 4th gen (DPPl/GHSS), you need to finish the story on the receiving games (furthermore, there is a limitation per day when tranfering if I recall well). Same when transfering from 4th gen to 5th gen (BW1/2), you need to finish the story before on the receiving games (though there is no limitation per day when transfering, but you need two DS). There is no such limitation however for transfering from 5th gen to 6/7th gens, as this is done through the Pokémon Bank which directly takes from/to the PC boxes. 

You can always get several legendary pokémons like Mewtwo by trading then restarting the games from the beginning (though the option is hidden in recent games, you need to use a key combination to go to the reset menu). You can only catch a legendary pokémon once in a game, but they appear in several games.

For ORAS vs RS, the remakes are easier and contain more pokémons. In the remakes, you start getting post-game content (national pokédex) after fighting against the box legendary, and thus before the league. The are small differences in the story, and the remakes also contain a post-game story. There is a difference in the fights since the moves use physical or special depending on their type on GBA games, but not in the remakes (it depends on the move, like since the DS games). Also, since the GBA games are 15 year old, you need to change the battery in the cartridge if you want to be able to use some time-based features (mainly the berries), though they are optional (a warning appears when the battery is depleted).