>All this Pokemon 20th anniversary stuff
>STILL not even a HINT of a Pokemon Z announcement this year
It'll be in the direct later this month right?
Stop fucking rushing it. The longer the spend on it, the better it will be.
Objectively: if you whine about XY and ORAS being shit but also whine about Z not being announced, you are the cancer killing this board and the franchise.
I don't really care. I see everyone wanting Z but I'm more interested in a new gen game with new roster of Pokemon. I think the only third versions I legitimately owned and cared about were Yellow and Platinum anyway.
I don't think anyone wants it to come out early, we just wish we lived in a time where it is due to come out. Don't take this board so seriously.
Look at all the shit that's due to come out:
>TCG dedicated to gen 1
>Go!, gen 1s only. Marketed to ex-fans.
>Gen 1 game re-release
>Mythical distributions for an almost 2-year old game
>Some other pointless shit I don't remember
If Z came out, it would either be lost amongst all the 20TH ANNIVERSARYYY :D stuff, or it would be marketed WITH it, in which case it really will be utter shit.
It will be GO.
Pokemon isn't nearly as popular as it was 15 years ago, and advertising a new mainline game in the fucking Super Bowl of all places would be wiping your ass with 2 million dollar bills.
You now what's popular now? Smartphones and nostalgia.
Guess which Pokemon game to be released fits the criteria.
>If Z came out, it would either be lost amongst all the 20TH ANNIVERSARYYY :D stuff, or it would be marketed WITH it, in which case it really will be utter shit.
Are you really THAT dumb to think new main game wont be out in the year of a fucking annivesary?
They wont switch consoles mid gen dumbass
>Monthly Pokemon distributions
>"Hell yeah. i'll finally get some legendaries"
>Half of them are Gamespot exclusive.
Being a Latinofag is the worse. We never get fucking everything because they never put shit online; it's always a Toys R' Us or Gamespot that don't fucking exist over here.
>a new ad during Super Bowl 50 on Sunday, February 7, which will encourage fans to Train On.
It'll probably be a nostalgia thing to advertise the RBY VC release. GO has a focus on catching pokemon, not training them.
>Go to http://www.pokemon20.com/en-us/timeline.html#2016
>Scroll down all the way to the bottom