My first Pokemon game was Diamond version. In fact, it was one of the first video games I ever had.
I had absolutely no idea what I was doing. I was an awkward, fumbling newb who could barely even use the controls. It was frustrating, bizarre, and absolutely wonderfull. I was always the type of kid that enjoyed playing outside, and having a Nintendo didn't change that. But, there were still times when I would be so lost in that little pixelated world that people would have to call my name several times to get my attention.
Well over a decade later, I am still an avid Pokemon player. I've collected almost every game that has come out for the Nintendo, and I bought a 3ds just to play X and Y. And though I haven't been able to get Pokemon Go yet, but I tend to support team Instinct. But even now, grown up, with a job, living on my own and trying to figure out how to do my taxes, every time I pick up a game I feel like that little kid again, picking out my first starter.
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I love the origenaliry
is that a word?
anyway its a great peace
I love the intrest/flare in his eye ya'now?
well done on the lighting
and I also love how the game is comeing to life
hese a true fan
and welldone on the shadeing and
the pixel art
and his drawing in the back
(how did you even do that?!?!)
and you put in every single detail too!
well it looks like it
and I wish I could have this hanging on my
welldone my boy
Nh stunning work!