I cracked up when he fell and said ow! xD
I pretty much died when I heard 'Take your clothes off, Gardevoir' The voice acting made it so much funnier.
I can tell you guys, that Teejay is committed to this series and it should be something to follow. Especially with the constant improvements, as in my opinion, every episode is better than the last. That being said there are different kinds of episodes, ones which progress the plot, and others which are more erratic and action filled. This one, to me has both and didn't have the feeling of a "Filler," which is what I like about the series. And there are always surely to be tiny cosmetic errors with coding and flash, just as sure there will always be people eager to point them out. The important ones are the big ones, which are mostly taken care of. Anyway I hope you continue to improve the series. For anybody that is a fan, I did a little art piece tribute of one of the scenes, you can find in my art section or here: http://www.newgrounds.com/art/view/ea stbeast/does-this-make-me-look
Great work and very fun gameplay. The stories just keep getting better and better! I loved when you implemented the "participate" option into the episodes, it makes it more fun and I also liked that you added the voices. The implementation of pokemon music really fits in and I liked it very much. I do have to point out a cool glitch though when I chose the "participate" option against Kyourem. I chose houndour and burned Kyourem. Then I went with dig and Kyourem attacked me with glaciate. My houndour got the status "frozen", but he was still beneath the surface as it was using dig. All of Kyourem's attacks missed and at the same time he was getting burned every turn. While that was happening, hondour was still beneath the ground saying "hondour is frozen". Just wanted to point out that glitch I found! Anyways, awesome episode and I hope you keep making more, Teejay!
Really? I found that glitch during the testing phase. I could have sworn I took care of it.
This series has such great potential, I love it. I love how you set a dark atmosphere in your story (compared to the overly soft original anime) especially when you touched into the subject of pokemon trading from the earlier episode with the addition of pokemon and trainer deaths. I think if you keep going with this level of controversy and maturity this will soar. At least I hope, because the genre is in need of catering to the grown up masses from the Red/blue days. The end credits looks like something you'd actually see in a televised show. Hope you will be still using voice actors for all future episodes and keep up the good work.