18 September 2010

Pocket Monsta! : White or Burakku

"Behold the power of Dark and White"

Title: Pocket Monster (Pokemon) White or Black
Developer: Game Freak
Rate: -/-

after a while I left this blog, I found this new game, but to play this game, I can't use No$GBA again. Need to use DeSmuME. haha.. already download rom and DSMe too. now what I need is just play it. haha

and the main character is kind moe now. ok. I choose girl one now. Don't ask the reason please. haha
want the game?  

For Pocket Monster Black:
Choose me please

For Pocket Monster White:
Choose me if you want White but Dark Inside 

DeSmuME now:
Click me me.. 

I using White one. hmm. I like Zekrom to much! Darkness.. haha.. ooh ok

Summary for both game:
Pokémon Black Version (Japanese: ポケットモンスター ブラック Pocket Monsters Black) and Pokémon White Version (Japanese: ポケットモンスター ホワイト Pocket Monsters White) are the primary paired versions of the upcoming Generation V. They will be, like Generation IV's games, on the Nintendo DS.
Black and White, at this stage, appear to follow the trends set up by previous games in the series. Two player characters (one male and one female) travel a new region, Isshu, on their Pokémon journeys. This region is inhabited by various Pokémon, some of which have not appeared prior to Black and White. The first of the new Pokémon to feature in these games, Zorua and Zoroark, were revealed on February 10, 2010 in CoroCoro magazine, and the starter Pokémon were revealed in May.
The games' names were revealed on the official Japanese Pokémon website on April 9, and scans from the subsequent issue of the magazine were leaked on April 10. These scans revealed some of the graphical enhancements that will be featured in these games. There will be a higher level of 3D graphics than in previous games, as shown in some shots of the overworld. Initial sprites can be seen for Zorua, Zoroark, and the as-yet unnamed player characters. Higher-quality versions of these images were released on the official Japanese site on April 15.
In addition to the improved graphics, a number of aesthetic changes have been made from previous generations, including an altered battle scene containing fully animated Pokémon battle sprites as well as a dynamic camera that changes focus to highlight specific parts of the battle. Also, when talking to people in select environments, like a Pokémon Center and Poké Mart, speech balloons for dialog will appear over people's heads.
Black and White will be compatible with all five Generation IV games. While the full details are not yet known, transferring the shiny legendary beasts released to promote the thirteenth movie in Japan has been confirmed to unlock a Zoroark, and transferring a Celebi met in a fateful encounter will earn the player a Zorua. The games also have the capacity to connect to the internet; players can upload their save file and play online.
The character:
Pokemon is good in girl now! Japan had no problem to make moe character