I know that this is not a Transformers project, but there seemed to be a few Pokemon fans in the forums that might like these. Infrared, Ultra violet, and Rainbow -This is the end-all Pokemon game series, available on the WiiU, which is the epitome of the franchise. These three games will be released, and expansion packs will be available online through the Nintendo store. The past games, the Anime, and the trading card series are perfectly blended in these games. -Many intractable profiles can be created for one game. In other words, if I bought Infrared, and had two kids, each child could have his own profile and separate game. Then the two kids could battle one another and trade. - Due to the ability to capture all Pokemon, due to their availability amongst the regions, each game will contain every single Pokemon. Take Sandshrew for instance. In the Kanto (Blue) version, he would not be found, but he would easily be found in Johto or Hoenn. Due to this aspect, there has been a greater attempt to differentiate the games from one another, as listed below. Due to the game being played on a platform, the great diversity does not seem to be an issue. -The major focus will be on shiny Pokemon, the sole desire of Team Spectrum. These Pokemon are considerably easier to find in this series in comparison to previous games. The special twist being added to these Pokemon is the fact that they are Delta Species Pokemon, meaning that they have a added/ different typing than their normal counterparts. For example, a normal Cyndaquil is a fire type; a shiny Cyndaquil is a Fire-Psychic type. - Since the player is prompted to visit all of the regions, there had to be some type of limitation to prevent the player from bringing their post-Elite-Four–beat-down-Pokemon to a beginning level gym. The same predicament faces the HMs, a major driving force to beat the gyms. So, in these games, the only way to bring Pokemon from a previous region into a new region is to have a regional license. This license is obtained through beating the region’s Elite Four. After such a task, you can bring any Pokemon, caught anywhere into the region. This forces the player to get new Pokemon in every region, and begin anew, and use the Pokemon that were introduced in that region. This even goes for Pokemon that can be found in multiple regions. If a Sandshrew is caught in Kanto, it stays in Kanto until the next license is obtained. This means the player would have to capture a new Sandshrew in Johto if they wanted a Sandshrew in this party. The player can travel back to a previous region at any time, and are not bound to the newest area. The matter of HM’s is that they too will be locked when entering in a new region; the player will still have them, but they cannot use them until they beat the required gym. They will just be boxed and X-ed out in the TM case. As TM’s are concerned, these disks are region-less. - Another feature of this game is that after the player becomes a Champion of a region and receives their license, they can frequent the gyms anytime they want for rematches- usefully for training and capturing every Pokemon. -There is a huge bonus, that is undetermined, for those able to complete their Pokedex. -This generation introduces yet another crime syndicate- Team Spectrum. Their mission is to destroy and take over the current Gym-Elite 4 training system, and implement their own methods of determining who can be a Pokemon master. The leader of this team is a shunned Pokemon Champion who had been wronged and disqualified from his high status. He is looking for revenge, and is paranoid that the current system is corrupt, and weak, allowing for anyone to become a Pokemon master. He will be the final opponent in the games, and is the toughest trainer to ever enter the games. He will have legendaries and mega pokemon- all shiny. This team will infiltrate a region, invading almost every town after the player has obtained multiple licenses. After beating each set of the Elite Four, this group will be present everywhere. This allows for the player to begin forming multi-region teams of Pokemon, and putting them to use. -The region set up is not in a checklist fashion, meaning that the player beats all of Kanto, then goes to complete all of Johto. There will be a lot of switching back and forth, keeping the player on their toes, and shuffling their party of Pokemon. The overall story will unite the regions like never before. -There is only one, ultimate Pokedex, introducing a new way of numbering the Pokemon. Each region will have more Pokemon than the original generation introduced. For example, while in Kanto, the player will be able to catch Mime Jr. and evolve their Eevee into any of the Eeveelutions. While in Hoenn, the player will be able to have Gallade, and so on. One of the things that bugged me most in Firered/Leafgreen was the fact that after I had my Golbat long enough, it wanted to evolve after every single level, but couldn’t since I was a long ways away from beating the Elite Four. All Pokemon related to an original generation’s Pokemon will be available in that original generation’s region. -Mewtwo will have a team of six Pokemon (reference to the original movie) that you have to beat before battling him in Kanto. Exclusive Pokemon: Crystal Onyx, Kangkaskhan baby (Cubkhan). Pink Butterfree, Gold Sudowoodo, and Purple Kelceon. New Evolution Method: Have a Shellder in the party when you level up Slowpoke to level 38 to get a stronger Slowbro. If the Shellder is shiny, the Slowbro will be shiny. Same deal for Slowking, while Slowpoke is holding a kings rock. You can still trade to get a Slowking. Cubkhan will evolve into a Cubone when holding Mother’s Skull. Otherwise, Cubkhan will evolve into Kangkaskhan through happiness. Infrared -In this version, you play as the typical protagonist and aspiring Pokemon master. -One of the version exclusive aspects of this game is the interaction with the villainous organizations. There will be more “Commanders” who lead Rocket/ Magma/ Aqua ect. Projects who are more threatening than the countless grunts and their Zubats. More so, you will face the Anime villains such as the likes of Jessie and James, and Butch and Cassidy. But you will encounter Jessie and James numerously more times than the other teams, and throughout each region. By the end of the game, you will have battled Team Rocket so many times that you will have faced every Pokemon that they ever have had in the Anime. Then, as a finishing touch, after each mission that you have foiled, you will face a Rocket Machine. In the Anime, Team Rocket always had some wonky machine that they used to steal Pokemon, and you will have to destroy such machines. All will have a Steel-typing, and will know only attack moves such as Flamethrower, Hydropump, Dig, and basic attacks such as Tackle and Thrash. Usually there will be pattern with the machine. For example, if there was a drill machine, it would know Dig, Pin Missile, Tackle, and Rollout. After beating the machine, the game will cut to a “blasting off” scene, with the characters doing their usual flying stunt. -You are the last in your family to begin your Pokemon journey. So you will be able to find your siblings in each region. But these siblings are tough and are not easy to find. There will be an award or a Pokemon unlock for completing the side mission of facing all of your siblings. Each will have a starter Pokemon of some sort. One sibling set is a set of twins whom will take you on in a double battle. -Face Blue as a rival along with Gary. Blue will have the rivaled Pokemon, and Gary will take the remaining. With every new battle with Gary, he will have a new Eeveelution. You will face Gary in Kanto, Johto, Sinnoh, and XY. Blue will be the Pokemon Champion for the Kanto Circuit, and will later double as the gym leader of the eight gym in Kanto after you have secured the Johto License. -You will also face Green, Silver, Ethan, Krystal, Bryan, May, Max, and the other game characters. Typically, all three beginning Pokemon will be chosen, and you will face both of the rivals. You will also be able to take on Ash at a few points in the game, but not nearly as frequent as you would in Ultraviolet. -Will have Red, Gold, Ruby, Diamond, Black, Black 2, and X exclusivities. For example, the final gym leader Unova will be Drayden. Then the player will face a Level 45 Groudon and level 70 Kyogre in Hoenn. Typical Rivals: Blue, Silver, Brendan, Barry, Cheren and Bianica, Hugh, Serena or Calem, Shanna, Teierno, and Trevor. Special Trainers: Gary, Ethan, Kris, Green, Red, Tracey, Hilbert, Nate, Rosa, and Hilda. Enemies: Jessie & James, Butch & Cassidy, Sabrina, Dr. Fuji Ultra Violet -In this version, you play as an antagonist, and agent of Spectrum. The character is undercover as a Pokemon trainer, thus going through the normal steps of selecting a starter Pokemon from a professor. You will have two costumes; the trainer costume and the Spectrum uniform. While in the Spectrum uniform, you can bypass Spectrum grunts, and get challenged by the police force. -Sadly, since this is a game intended for younger audiences, one cannot truly be evil in this game. Thus towards the end of the game, when the player challenges the Spectrum Leader (before Spectrum infiltrates the region), and a special officer reveals that you are a secret agent, posing as a Spectrum elite. After this, the Leader takes your uniform, and escapes, forcing you to face the entire squad of Spectrum in the region (following the Infrared version setup), before you can face the Leader at the end of the game. -This game would not be much fun if you were a villain going through the normal notions of fighting team rocket and such. That is why this whole set up is different. When a player enters a town that was once afflicted by team rocket, you will find that the police along with Ash, Brock, and Misty have already beaten the team out of the town. So thus, you will face police officers instead of rocket grunts, and Ash and his anime companions instead of villainous Commanders. But this will not be the case 100% of the time, as the regional stories would not be fully coherent if the villainous teams were completely cut out. But the occasions where you fight the other bad guys is severely limited. - This version will have Blue, Silver, Sapphire, Pearl, White, White 2, and X exclusives. The final gym leader in Unova will be Iris. Then the player will face a level 45 Kyogre and level 70 Groudon in Hoenn. - May has a special license from her father to be able to use other-regional Pokemon, since he is a gym leader and a prick. Typical Rivals: Blue, Silver, Brendan, Barry, Cheren and Bianica, Hugh, Calem, Shanna, Teierno, and Trevor. Special Trainers: Gary, Ethan, Kris, Green, Red, Tracey, Hilbert, Nate, Rosa, and Hilda. Enemies: Ash, Misty, Max, May, Brock, Dawn, Serena, Richie, Cilan, Iris, Lucas, ect. Rainbow - Basically follows the Infrared formatting with additional changes and challenges. -This game will have both the anime antagonists and protagonists to battle and encounter. -All starters, which are obtainable through side missions, are guaranteed to be a shiny. Thus, the rather weak starter is offset by the stronger team members. -All third part game changes will be effective in this game, such as the Battle Pike, Suicune capture, ect. -Instead of receiving a starter, you will receive a Pichu, or a respective Pikachu-esque Pokemon that is native to the region. Some of these Pokemon will have special incentives that boost their stats and affect-ability. For example, in the Hoenn region, you receive a peculiar pair of Plusle and Minun. They inhabit the same Pokeball, and only take up one open slot in your party. Then, during battle, they are able to double battle a single opponent. The player is bound to use these Pokemon, but again, they will have enhancements and will be predisposed to be friendly towards you. Also, each is guaranteed to have an egg attack move. Pichu vs Eevee Azrill vs Larvatar Plusle and Minun vs Illumise and Volbeat Parichsu vs Rotom Emolga vs Stunfisk? Typical Rivals: all. Special Trainers: all. Enemies: all. -Will have a Pokemon Stadium where you can face all of the Anime trainers, rivals, and special trainers, as many times as you want. Their party Pokemon will shuffle with the Pokemon that they were seen using throughout the game.