The Real Pokemon Switch Problem | The Pokemon Uranium Complex


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  • Cleanprincegaming
    Cleanprincegaming  Year ago +280

    Do you guys have any interest in getting pokemon on the switch? Do you want it to be stars or an entirely new entry in the series? Do you agree with what I want to see the switch game take from uranium?!
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    • Sophie T
      Sophie T 6 months ago

      In short I want everything what Temtem will do right for PC and Switch. I loved Pokemon Heartgold and I'll like to see pokemon walking behind me. All 800 Pokemon pls. An some kind of an hard and easy mode

    • Thresh Prince
      Thresh Prince 8 months ago

      The real reason nintendo took down pokemon Uranium among it hurting the game space (being a free pokemon experience that may cost them) and the same issue with the WoW issue that if they let Uranium slide, anyone can make a cheap knockoff exploiting their assests...The court of law would allow infringement if the pokemon name was not regulated.
      If you need any more information I am happy to provide and it sucks that your video content is wasted, but the message this video puts out is in one niche aspect bad.
      You should not condemn gamefreak/pokemon for shutting down an unregulated game and mark that as a middle finger... all things we love is made because shareholders make money and while it seems evil without that incentive, we would have nothing...
      Afterall pokemon in a whole would be impossible without shareholders...

    • Lord Gong
      Lord Gong 8 months ago

      Free or not they did anyone say "you know we can't get away with this right." Nintendo is in every right to remove the game you can't just use a trademarked brand in your "fangame"

    • Coopdogg Daroc
      Coopdogg Daroc 10 months ago

      Hell yes

    • Richard Farrell
      Richard Farrell 10 months ago

      It is generally considered good form to state your thesis from the outset. What did uranium do differently that improved upon the formula so much? You make us wait over 4 mins before you even start establishing your argument - then you stall around 5 mins. Put your points out at the start, then elaborate upon them after that - don't make your audience wait because, frankly, it's rude. We don't care about your ad revenue so stop making us work for it. Yasunnuvabitch

  • xXAcexX XxKuttaXx
    xXAcexX XxKuttaXx 5 days ago

    Dude Pokemon Glazed was 100× the game Uranium was. Your crazy

  • InnerRise
    InnerRise 5 days ago

    Never heard of Pokemon Uranium until this video. Wow.
    What platform did people play Uranium on?

  • Striker Zac
    Striker Zac 9 days ago +1

    Uranium devs made two major mistakes:

    1: They used official pokemon.
    2: Did not request to use IP before distribution.

    If only they did things correctly.

  • adam laming
    adam laming 9 days ago

    As an adult I'd love to play a Pokemon game with better story behind it... but that'll never happen. Pokemon is marketed specifically for children. Know what children don't care about? A good story.

  • Robert Navarrette
    Robert Navarrette 17 days ago

    I have a copy of uranium!

  • SupernerdScrawl
    SupernerdScrawl 23 days ago

    Maybe now that Masuda is stepping down we can get good games again. I feel like he decided Platinum was the pentacle, and just phoned it in after that.

  • Ganjalfiltubo
    Ganjalfiltubo 28 days ago

    Pokemon uranium was bad, and you should feel bad for liking it.

  • GamerWho
    GamerWho 29 days ago

    What does anyone expect when they start using coopyrighted IP? If you're that good a game maker, sure be inspired, but make your own thing.

  • dream mist
    dream mist Month ago

    I don't know if you've played it, but they made some progress during the ultra sun and ultra moon games with these quick little short sidequestes. things like pokemon weddings, children playing, people on benches asking for advice and such. hopefully they'll build on it.
    also, ironically enough, there's a scene in let's go just like the one you described in lavender town I think

  • Xavier Martinez
    Xavier Martinez 2 months ago

    While I agree nearly 100% I think pokemon Insurgence Is ever so slightly better than uranium but only slightly both are quite literally the best pokemon games ever and my personal 2 favorite both perfectly show what you should do with these things! I mean what if instead of taking down the games nintendo should straight up hire the developers to make the game cannon or something! They should pull a breath of the wild and take a big risk which will turn out great!

  • Judai Winchester
    Judai Winchester 4 months ago

    I listened, I liked this video very much. I like Pokemon, always have but the constant problems that have plagued "official" Pokemon games like lackluster story, boring npcs, etc. have always been a problem. As a kid, I'd make up a story like my Pokemon were alive and use my imagination while playing the game. That's fun, and still is, but it wouldn't hurt to have a Pokemon game that is truly dynamic and immersive. Pokemon Uranium sounds like an interesting game. It shoudl have been given the time of day to do its thing. It wasn't hurting anything. Unfortunately, money and greed rule the day and it really is a shame that Nintendo couldn't be appreciative enough to let it breathe. I'm just a fan who's been disappointed in Pokemon for a long time. i liked the anime as a kid, played the games, now i'd like to recapture that magic but in a new way. We may see that day or we may not, who knows? Only time will tell.

  • billyblackburn87
    billyblackburn87 4 months ago

    I agree with Nintendo. You can't copy other people's product and release it. It's ridiculous.

  • Pencil Twist
    Pencil Twist 4 months ago

    "Just in case you do get the chance to play it."
    Hmm, this game must be stupidly hard to find so you can play it. Let's find out.
    *Types "pokemon uranium" into google.
    Alright, I doubt this will work, but I got to start somewhere, right.
    *Hits enter and notices that the first link is the download link on the game's Wikia.
    Are you fucking serious man? I've had a harder time finding socks to wear.

  • cj wars
    cj wars 5 months ago

    if any thing proves how shit netindo is now they just re use and never make any thing new if it is its very small and only used in one maybe three other spots and they care about is selling side crap

  • Art C.
    Art C. 5 months ago

    I want a quality story. If they're going to stsrt forcing me to watch 9 min cutscenes I want something better than that D@mn stupid tv show.

  • Panpatoes
    Panpatoes 5 months ago

    It’s odd of Pokémon uranium is better then any main series pokemon game

  • John Smith
    John Smith 5 months ago

    Pokemon is stagnating, but Pokemon Uranium sucks.

  • WatchedSteak19
    WatchedSteak19 5 months ago

    Someone is speaking some truth, my dude.😏😏😏 I’ve watched this video a few times.

  • PhillyCh3zSt3ak
    PhillyCh3zSt3ak 5 months ago

    one thing that Nintendo needs to remember about these games is that once it's on the internet, it's available forever. someone ALWAYS has a copy of that initial installer or .iso file that houses that "forbidden" game.

  • The After Dance Party
    The After Dance Party 5 months ago

    Pokemon for adults would be dope.

  • Knayter /KD/
    Knayter /KD/ 5 months ago

    instead of complain about game difficulty, here is what you can do
    1. pick a starter with a type you're not used to
    2. turn off exp share
    3. don't use repel or potion or shit
    4. ???
    5. profit

  • Jacob Dycke
    Jacob Dycke 5 months ago

    I want uranium but I cant get it any more :(

  • Karen Smith
    Karen Smith 5 months ago

    Well, it's happening now!

  • Joseph Ho
    Joseph Ho 6 months ago

    As of me writing this, pokemon uranium is still downloadable! Thank god

  • Domen Vinko
    Domen Vinko 6 months ago

    I have a great idea for nitendo, hire those 2 pokemon uranium developers to port game to switch and charge it for 20$ on e-store. I think many people would buy it.

  • SheepFreak2
    SheepFreak2 6 months ago

    The problem isnt Nintendo, it's the legal system of copyright

  • david parrish
    david parrish 6 months ago

    im listening prince gaming *sheds tear and whispers* im listening

  • Lord Smiley
    Lord Smiley 6 months ago

    I love Pokemon Uranium.

  • Jaheim Lewis
    Jaheim Lewis 6 months ago

    i played pokemon uranium and it was great
    For me probably the 3rd best pokemon game ever

  • wesley freeman
    wesley freeman 6 months ago

    i want the PSS back.

  • Garryn Shafer
    Garryn Shafer 6 months ago

    Wasn’t even a good game lol.

  • Nao Liph
    Nao Liph 6 months ago

    Make Pokémon open world with all regions

    • Nao Liph
      Nao Liph 6 months ago

      They just nees to go all out on the next game something that will summon dead players

  • Nikbecool
    Nikbecool 6 months ago

    Yeah... about Pokémon on the switch...

  • Dan N
    Dan N 6 months ago

    X and Y and Sun and Moon were far too grind is part of the fun, having an Experience share that gives XP to your entire team is ridiculous. Pokemon Switch better be a massive jump forward in story, in side quests, in map size and different regions, in game mechanics. Don’t give us a reskinned Pokemon sun and moon. Make it worthy of the console. Don’t dumb down anymore. You have a huge fan base full of adults and kids. Give your more mature fans something to play! Stop pandering to the widest audience possible with simplified games. Go eevee and go pikachu better just be fun side projects and not a look at what’s to come.

  • Michelle Jones
    Michelle Jones 6 months ago

    I think Nintendo saw Uranium as REAL competition

  • accquizzer
    accquizzer 6 months ago

    Everyone tends heckle Nintendo for holding such a tight grip on the franchises' licenses, but those people forget history. Remember one of the reasons Nintendo survived the 1983 Video Game Crash (besides being stationed in Japan instead of North America) is because of a tight quality control. While other video game companies would late anyone make a video game, which lead to a flood of shovelware, Nintendo made every video game maker go through a vigorous quality control before giving its seal of approval. It guaranteed the gamer would receive a quality game. The few times that Nintendo did extend their franchise license, it ends up in horrible messes, like Hotel Mario. It's not until recently that we've seen 3rd party developers actually create decent games with the favorite Nintendo characters. As Nintendo welcomes indie games to its systems, we'll also see Nintendo allow more creative developers take control of their core franchises, but don't expect Nintendo to let the flood gates wide open.

  • ASMR Ross
    ASMR Ross 6 months ago

    I dont give a shit because Im not a virgin

  • TaKeMiKaDuChi Tp00R
    TaKeMiKaDuChi Tp00R 6 months ago

    I mean Pokémon have a story but it’s in the manga?

  • OmegaChase1002
    OmegaChase1002 6 months ago

    Just give us a damn hard mode, stop making items and pokemon so RNG based to obtain with not even as much as a HINT on how to get them, and give us a real battle frontier.

  • Thatcher Nap
    Thatcher Nap 7 months ago

    I really doubt any voice acting could live up to the hype. Then again, the last games console I bought was a PS2, and I bought that from one of these chain pawn shops

  • Jmeastro1 Gaming
    Jmeastro1 Gaming 7 months ago

    they have to protect their game.. why are you faulting Nintendo for this? thats really dumb.. 1. the creators of Uranium could have tried to get rights to use the Pokemon name, 2. everyone in the community could literally tell Nintendo what they want in a pokemon game and let them try and create it.. why do you think they shouldn't protect their ip? if you created something would you want it ripped off?

  • kefkapalazzo1
    kefkapalazzo1 7 months ago

    probaly the only thing id get a switch for. ill probably try to find a used one

  • MegaMinerd
    MegaMinerd 7 months ago

    Watching this now that we know a decent amount about Pokemon Let's Go doesn't really change that many of the claims. Don't get me wrong, the new games do look really cool with the variable sizes, the riding Pokemon of sufficient size, the return of the following mechanic people were begging for among other things. However, as cool as it seems, if you think about it, the simplified capture mechanics remove another layer of difficulty- one that might not be so easy to replace under the rules of the nuzlocke, which gets some of its difficulty from punishing you for failing a capture. I realize that there are plenty of fans today that were not around when Kanto games were released for the first time (I'm excluding the virtual console), but this seems like it is cutting out the fans who were around from the beginning who, for the most part, have been asking for games that are harder and have new regions rather than ones they've seen made twice before (4 if you count the Johto games).
    The main series games for the most part don't change the formula that much. That's why I'm so into the spinoff games. The Orre games gave a fascinating new element of an organization basically turning Pokemon evil and giving you the task of rescuing them. The Mystery Dungeon series put you in the role of a Pokemon that could understand other Pokemon and explore a different kind of world with a genuinely compelling and moving story. The Ranger games, while gimmicky, challenged you in a completely different way. I'm not asking for such drastic changes, but more variety in the formula would be great. The removal of Gyms in Sun and Moon was a start. It was something even I hadn't quite done before. I'd like to see what other kinds of experiments we can see in the future.

  • Nicolás Girardi
    Nicolás Girardi 7 months ago

    You're fucking stupid. It's their brand for Arceus' sake. If they let people do whatever they fuck they want, actual pirates will take the brand. They can't let this live.
    The only "good thing" they could have done is shut down the game and hire those guys. But every possibility involves shouting it down.

  • AHR
    AHR 7 months ago +1

    question: how do you feel knowing now that its a remake? or at least takes place in the same region, does it spark your interest with the new graphics and mechanics?

  • EvolutionSTUD10S
    EvolutionSTUD10S 7 months ago

    Curious about your thoughts on new pokemon reveal. Also on Phoenix Rising fan project.

  • Squeaky Squirrel
    Squeaky Squirrel 7 months ago

    Spoilers: they remade Pokemon yellow.
    The Pokemon to me died a long time ago.

  • laughingman666
    laughingman666 7 months ago

    i hope for a pokemon game someday to have multiple saves and nuzzlockes are stupid and nintendo should be more willing to be ok with fanworks like sega is

  • Varrondy
    Varrondy 7 months ago

    I thought you made a really good video, and some of the points are true. But the last point is the one that bothers me the most. You say that you want to feel what you first felt when you first turned on Pokemon Blue, and that you want Pokemon to grow with you too. It's a nice statement, but it's also kind of selfish. Nostalgia is one of the highest forms of euphoria one can attain i think, but you can't ask for game freak to cater to your desires and make the game that you or your generation wants. You have to remember that Pokemon is a second party game, so it's not fully owned by Nintendo. I mention this because you might have countered with, "Well Nintendo is for all ages," but seeing as Game Freak is only partially owned by Nintendo, they still have creative license with who they would like to sell this to, and their core demographic is around the 10 year old mark. That's why for so many years, the age of Ash and the VG characters have been 10. It's hard to let go of, but you have to realize that you can't always get what you ask for, and that's okay. Just hope that what the kids nowadays experience when they pick up a modern day Pokemon game what we first experienced when we picked one up.

  • Kiito Jnr
    Kiito Jnr 7 months ago

    You can now get the game again, it never got completely taken down

  • Flint Meowpowah
    Flint Meowpowah 7 months ago

    Holy shit that speech at the end with the piano rendition of tehe pokemon theme gave me chills all over. couldnt agree with you more... and don't worry i was listening

  • fired1000
    fired1000 7 months ago

    That 'Controling market' you speak off is just trademarklaw. They HAVE to shut down any fangames they find using their license or they risk losing their trademark. I understand the pain of the loss of Uranium but they could have seen this coming.
    If they wanted to truly make a new pokémon game, to improve on the formula, they should have taken a lesson from 'Stardew Valley'. Make it 'inspired by' and not 'coppied'.

  • Jaden Villanueva
    Jaden Villanueva 7 months ago +1

    Uranium does what Nintendon't

  • Hyblocker
    Hyblocker 7 months ago

    And then they decide to make a Fire Red 3D remake mixed with Pokémon Go

  • Richie 1138
    Richie 1138 7 months ago +1

    Make an Open World Pokemon game, the way Breath of the Wild is.

  • The Following Is False:
    The Following Is False: 7 months ago +1

    Cool but uranium is still available, and it's still actively updated and given upkeep. It's just not the original devs. Check out the subreddit if you want the link.

  • BlueDragon514 Ender
    BlueDragon514 Ender 7 months ago

    I think that Nintendo should kill off fan games but they should higher the creators of good fan games to make official versions of those games.

  • Raieth Star
    Raieth Star 7 months ago

    Pokémon uranium was garbage. The Pokémon were wildly unbalanced and poorly designed. The plot was boring and predictable in addition to poorly written. The region had no cohesive theme, the quests were broken by getting fly so late. The only thing they did that was interesting was the translater. Even that wasn’t implemented well. Basically nothing was worth saving in this project.

  • Flutters
    Flutters 7 months ago

    I am afraid Nintendo only took it down, because they had to legally. If they didn't strike down the most popular game with "Pokemon" in its title that wasn't licensed by them, then legally that means that they void their copyright of it, and anyone can make Pokemon games ever.

  • Amazingly Awkward
    Amazingly Awkward 8 months ago

    To comment on the video - I believe Nintendos response and outlook on fan games is the wrong approach and a more open and welcoming approach while still being able to protect their IPs can be done - in fact the fans respect Nintendos IPs enough to not tarnish Nintendos IPs.
    However, the real reason I commented - that piano rendition wad absoloutely beautiful
    I also hope if they do take inspiration from Uranium they thank the developers or at least I hope a shout out to fan developers is made

  • truedestroyer2
    truedestroyer2 8 months ago

    just search up pokemon uranium download

  • Theoretical Physics
    Theoretical Physics 8 months ago

    Pokemon tried too hard in gen7 to have a story through forced cutscenes... I personally think Pokemon should be more lore-focused and have a minimalist storytelling style. Voice acting should only be saved for important scenes (like in botw)

  • CreativelyJake
    CreativelyJake 8 months ago

    Personally i think the story in pokemon games is one of the best things about pokemon

  • Gotra
    Gotra 8 months ago

    Sounds like Nintendo should hire the guys that made Uranium

  • Ignacio Miranda
    Ignacio Miranda 8 months ago

    oh my god knock it off with the video essay chillhop

  • bitessun
    bitessun 8 months ago

    Where can I find the music used in this? The slow piano version of the main them?

  • Erik Fani
    Erik Fani 8 months ago

    I stopped buying pokemon games from nintendo the fan made games are better and thats sad to say im just hoping the nintendo switch version will fix that

    DaSTRAYxDEGT 8 months ago

    I just want a real Pokemon mmo already. With all the regions & all the pokemon. That would be the dream Pokemon game.

  • Mathias Hummer
    Mathias Hummer 8 months ago +1

    Pokemon has made an awesome story before, but it was in Mystery Dungeon. That shit was riveting when I was younger. I havent played it in forever, but I remember it was much more interesting than the main stream ones.

  • Cypherous
    Cypherous 8 months ago

    Wait uranium is hard to get? I have it downloaded from a while back just never got around to playing it

  • hagridruby
    hagridruby 8 months ago

    quite honeslty i would like to see them do something where your friends can join your singleplayer world and you both can explore together

  • david mead
    david mead 8 months ago link for a download that i believe is genuine

  • LeonRez
    LeonRez 8 months ago

    I've never been a pokemon fan, but watching TieTuesday play through Uranium showed how awful that game was, and how weak the series has been. Uranium was somehow horribly optimized for an RPG maker game, and even this video features the chugging framerates of the later areas. Nintendo has been excessively strict with most fan stuff, but Uranium was a cringy mess (like most of these fan creations) and was fine to kill.

  • ASNS117Zero
    ASNS117Zero 8 months ago

    Eh... I personally think Pokemon would benefit greatly by smacking some of the linear-ness out of it. Let me explain.
    First, I'd start by increasing the scope of the game. I want to see a title that takes an existing landmass (Let's use the Johto-Kanto one for ease of use) and expands on it. That area to the north of Johto and Kanto that we don't really have much info on? Let's build up into that space, and add on a number of zones/routes that *doubles* the world space experienced in GSC. They've certainly got the room up there, and current gen hardware can more than handle it.
    With that done, I'd make it to where there's a 'main quest' that acts as the games core plot, and spans all of the four regions in this theoretical game. Then, each of the four regions have their regional pokemon league which serves as a regional questline, with branching side-quests attached to that. The regional pokemon leagues can be completed in any order, or not at all -- and doing them gives access to unique things like legendaries, mega-evolution items, rare pokemon, or special items. Finally, I'd add self-contained small scale quests for each major city in the regions, that act as 'city quests', or 'cave/dungeon/natural feature' type quests that tell a self contained story and offer useful rewards like TMs, cosmetic items, or additional shops. These self-contained quests, story wise, would be used mainly as a tool for world building and developing the setting, whereas the regional quests would be used to move the story of those regions forward -- how has Kanto changed since RBGY? The regional questline for the Kanto league would tell us that. I'd keep any big, huge threats isolated in the main quest, which leads me to my next point. I want the antagonists to feel like they're a threat during the main quest. I don't want to be constantly brushing them aside like you tend to do against the main teams -- I want them to always be a step ahead of me. Sometimes three steps ahead. I want there to be a sense of urgency, desperation even.
    Now, onto gameplay. I don't think the core of what pokemon battling is needs to change, it just needs some major house cleaning. Controversial opinion time here, but here goes -- I want this title to see a total stat revisit of every pokemon in the franchise. Power creep has been killer, especially since gen 5, and going through and doing a refit to the admittedly huge number of 'mons is no easy task, but it needs to happen. Same thing with moves, go through and revisit everything. Roll out Nuzlocke type challenge modes into the base game as a feature. In fact, make more of them -- get a team together and have them come up with ideas for challenge features that could be added to a pokemon game.
    Graphics wise, I'd be happy if they simply took the type of art in Sun/Moon, cleaned it up (especially in the environments and backgrounds), sharpened it up to HD, and added additional animations to the 3d models so that every attack doesn't use like, just 2 or 3 animations. Pokemon to me isn't something that should ever be that advanced, and it needs to retain some of that cartoony anime charm. Being too realistic hurts it, IMO.
    Finally, story. As I mentioned, I want to see a lot of world building in this theoretical title. I want lots of the little things gone over in more detail. What exactly happens to Pokemon when they're in the PC, for example. I want the regions to feel more like a living world, and for the choices we make to have effects on it -- and, speaking of that, choice. Give us real, meaningful choices to make. Let's make a game that has a main draw of exploring around to find things to collect have some more real things to explore! And as for the main plot, I want to see something tackled that really hasn't (to my knowledge) really been addressed -- where do the humans come from in the Pokemon world? They're obviously not Pokemon, frankly their presence in the world seems kind of weird and artificial. Do the humans in Pokemon come from another planet? Do they come from another dimension? If they're native to the world, how did they even appear, since wild Pokemon would've just om nom nom'd them if you put people into that kind of world w/o their crazy advanced tech. I want to see the main plot be about that, and the villains doing something that's a threat specifically to the humans, instead of the Pokemon. Maybe the villains want to do something that would erase all of humanity to create what they feel would be the perfect utopia for Pokemon.
    Maybe, just maybe, the villain should be a Pokemon.

  • Einhander09
    Einhander09 8 months ago

    Gamefreak could learn a lot from the Megaman Battle Network series when it comes to Endgame, that is for sure. But I would like to see the World of Pokemon, no more singular regions between games and only so many Pokemon allowed at once.

  • Sedite
    Sedite 8 months ago

    so I have been playing pokemon for at least five years now I know that's not that long but I have went back and played all the pokemon games I heard about uranium and I got it I still have it
    and its fantastic
    I think that your right all the way but I have some ideas...
    1 make it were say if you were to do a sidequest during your journey what if later on that character would appear in the story and help you I think it would be amazing.
    2 I think that it should be much more open world were instead of only taking routes you could cut through the wood etc but if you were to cut through the woods it would be much more dangerous than taking thr rout
    3 in the GTS you should be able to filter to look or ask for a shiny pokemon
    4weathers would be amazing lets say your play in the summer time it would be sunny and say if it was winter it would be cold
    5 in online battles make different kinds of stadiums so that we can vote on a stadium
    6pokemon customization such as putting a bo tie on a pikachue etc
    I hope someone reads this :D

  • bell G
    bell G 8 months ago

    To say companies "DO Not Care" when their hard work has been stolen and whored out is not correct. It is because if they spent their riches going after single games they would still be unable to ever wash the internet clean of copies. They are helpless. You might say "well they are rich anyway so why does this matter?". Well that is because now it is happening to excess of equally impoverished people however they do not have any money to protect themselves so the early innovators are victimized and you shits have the audacity to think it is just all good fun and doesn't effect anyone else. That is the reality. This is not "fan art" it is criminals not getting the backlash they deserve as they torpedo true creators!

  • bell G
    bell G 8 months ago

    There was literally an ad for Pokemon Uranium on the side of this video. WTF u b*tching about?

  • ThePS1Fan
    ThePS1Fan 8 months ago

    Calling it now, Switch Pokemon is the smallest region yet, completely on rails, and just a constant stream of tutorials for things you only do the one time in the tutorial itself. And pointless camera pans and cuts. At least 30 whole hours worth of camera pans that you can't skip.

  • RillaRoro
    RillaRoro 8 months ago

    I friggin downloaded it when it came out but now I can't find it... It must've been on my old laptop and I forgot it was there when I wiped everything to give it to my little brother. My shitty memory fucking me over once again.
    EDIT: Found it saved on a usb stick. Thank you past me.

  • Richard Samuelson
    Richard Samuelson 8 months ago

    Never was interested in Uranium; because it's a fangame, there's no PKHeX or PokéGen for it to counter the randomness of IVs, Natures and Abilities.
    I loathe randomness, so PKHeX or similar is practically mandatory nowadays.

  • Richard Samuelson
    Richard Samuelson 8 months ago

    8:24 And are extremely dumb, uninteresting and needlessly difficult.
    What's the point, when you can just pick another 4 Pokémon to catch and play with them? Why bother with the whole 'fainted equals dead' and 'can only catch one Pokémon per area' things when they remove enjoyment?
    Nuzlockes are just dumb, and are why I stopped caring about Marriland.

  • Richard Samuelson
    Richard Samuelson 8 months ago

    5:33 Yes, like releasing Halitosis of the Wild without removing weapon fragility or limited stamina or character fragility, or adding in proper multi-floored dungeons and an actual, non-repetitive narrative. We also didn't need yet another open-world game, Nintendo.
    Or releasing the Switch, with its incredibly crappy controllers. JoyCons are too small, fiddly and cramped separately, and together the analog sticks are unaligned - the second of which also applies to the Pro Controller - resulting in an uncomfortable gaming experience. Thank Arceus for Ortz's controller...
    Or releasing Skyward Sword, with its unfortunately heavy reliance on a totally nonfunctional gimmick named 'motion controls' and an incredibly slow bird required for getting anywhere, and for introducing shield durability and limited stamina to the series. Oh, and four incredibly dull regions that are traversed time and time again - repetition is bad, Nintendo.
    Or releasing Super Mario Galaxy, that had incredibly strict and linear world ('Galaxy') design and only 3 HP, unlike the much superior Super Mario 64 DS.The former is something Galaxy carried over from Sunshine, while the latter is brand-new. Furthermore, since it's a Wii game, motion controls are a requirement - for about 6 Stars but still an annoying-as-hell requirement - and the Starship and its inhabitants are useless, pointless and annoying.
    Or releasing Pokémon XY, which introduced a bland region, a slew of bland characters, very few new Pokémon, a bland narrative, ruined the Steel-type, and weakened a boatload of Special moves (no Physical moves whatsoever) for no reason whatsoever. What was the point?
    Or releasing Super Mario 3D World with incredibly poor level design - especially later on in the game - and making Peach and Rosalina playable when they didn't need to be. Rosalina did nothing in Galaxy or Galaxy 2; why bring her back? As for Peach, she should just be Bowser's captive - nothing more.

  • Ash Ketchum
    Ash Ketchum 8 months ago +3

    It doesn’t matter that these two guys spent a good amount of time making a game that people like, and doesn’t matter that it may have been your favourite pokémon game, it was still illegal and should not have been done. Copyright is very serious and they’re lucky that they weren’t put under any serious legal issues. Trademark infringement is also very serious. Pokemon did the right thing, would you want someone to copy your billion dollar idea? No. Pokémon know what they’re doing.

  • SuduckaDim
    SuduckaDim 8 months ago

    Nintendo could have grew if they just worked with the two people to make it legal.

  • Paige Arnold
    Paige Arnold 8 months ago

    I played Pokemon Uranium and it sucks.

  • Koda Ballard
    Koda Ballard 8 months ago

    I feel like Nintendo is running out of ideas ,but i would definitely buy 3d switch remakes of past pokemon titles

  • Unwritable
    Unwritable 8 months ago

    ey BW and kinda BW2 had good story.

  • Mr. Sandman
    Mr. Sandman 8 months ago

    Still have uranium in my computer. It's an awesome game

  • Lukaround
    Lukaround 8 months ago

    You know the The Lion King is a rip off from a Japanese studio done better. There is also grudge from the war i believe. If the people who did Uranium were Japanese this would have gone a different path. Unfortunate

  • Brandon Hartman
    Brandon Hartman 8 months ago

    I have the original zip file for uranium. You gotta know me in person to get it off my flash drive.

  • XERO for Hire
    XERO for Hire 8 months ago

    Pokemonfans keep complaining that Nintendo won't release a Pokemon game that is more grown up and that it is aimed too much at little kids, while the rest of the world is complaining that Pokemon fans won't just grow up and let the game be for little kids.

  • Vanduop McHoover
    Vanduop McHoover 8 months ago

    Uranium is way overhyped and FAR from the best Pokemon fan game, let alone best nintendo fan game. How many fan games have you played? 10 minutes of research into Pokemon fan games will show you it's rarely in peoples top 5, there are hordes of great Pokemon fan games. I know it got media attention and was in the mainstream view but I only actually see that as a bad thing, when fan games were more underground a C&D like that was almost unheard of, and lead to great fan games some of us had been waiting years for getting shut down too (like Prism). While the game is decent, I feel like it's not as great as it's touted to be, but I respect your opinion maybe I'm biased as I hate Fakemon.

  • Nathan Efects
    Nathan Efects 8 months ago

    You can download it here

  • Warrior Star
    Warrior Star 8 months ago

    I am quite a bit fan of Pets Seeger, aka the guy playing guitar in the 1950's at 7:58.

  • faded robin
    faded robin 8 months ago

    heheheheh bandicam

  • Fido Hula
    Fido Hula 8 months ago

    story heavy pokemon is sort of a paradox for the serier. While it enhances the play experience for your first playthrought it only does so for the first one, pokemon ultra sun and moon was the most story heavy pokemon to date. while it was very good it almost completely removed player freedom, what i mean is if you try to play the game again, you are held captive by tedious scenes that happen like every five minutes and none of them can be skipped... there is almost no freedom at all and you are rarely let to play the game for your self, THIS was super frustrating for me and it made the sun and moon series almost un-replayable. the older games still shine while outdated becuase you are free to do what you want and the story scenes were short and rare, which meant that you could just play pokemon without getting stuck all the time.
    in my hopes for pokemon switch i hope they do full animation cutscenes and dont input alot of text form cutscenes sense those can take a huge amout of boring time if they happen to frequently AND that they make every single scene skippable so you can just enjoy the base gameplay on your next playthroughts. player freedom is important but having a meaningful story can also be important, i hope gamefreak can find a good mix with both

  • Shaun Dreclin
    Shaun Dreclin 8 months ago

    As much as it breaks my heart to say, I think it might be time to say goodbye to nintendo's IPs, including Pokemon. They clearly don't care enough about the fans to give them the games they really want, and they won't allow us to make those games either.

  • sonny
    sonny 8 months ago

    I think its just good business sense... if they give people an inch then everyone takes a mile, if they don't crack down then it could negatively cause problems to every other series. what if everyone make there own Nintendo ripoffs with no legal consequence? well i don't know but what i imagine would happen is you'd have games like uranium that are great and then 99% of those other games suck then people look negatively at Pokemon if that's how they are introduced because fan games are free, so why not just play the fan made version. but then say you have people using the Pokemon name and have an innovative new idea that they implement, and Nintendo is working on an official Pokemon and makes a similar feature then the legal complications increase, should the fan creative types sue Nintendo for coping there idea? or would they lose by default because Pokemon belongs to Nintendo and then theres even the issue where even if the legal outcome was fair maybe everyone would think worse of nintendo....? also it does suck that uranium was taken down.... but i think they should have just called it something else poket.... monstermash.... something something something or other.... i dunno. just anything that's not copy written....