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Adult Written byCandyCookieable December 4, 2012

Unova old and new at the same time

As always, is school with its Nintendo titles ( modeled my PKMN childhood). The Trainer is also the hero, the positive model. It has to restore peace and normalcy in the Region as to emphasize that you have to use your efforts to become strong, but always in the service of good. The Pokémon games in the long run leave a beneficial imprint, I experienced myself: love for nature, friendship, music, creativity (the themes are fantastic). The only known Violence here is how the villain receives the hero. He wants to kill it. As always, the Wi-Fi Connection is ready to plunge you into a myriad of trade, fights and Worldwide meetings. What can I say? Unova in this chapter smells new, but also nostalgic.
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