History VideoGame / PokemonRumble

14th Jul '16 4:37:36 PM Discar
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* OutsideContextVillain: [[spoiler:Meta-example: ''Pokémon Rumble Blast'' is the first time in the Pokémon series -- counting both the games and the anime -- to have neither a Pokémon nor a Human as the BigBad, but instead a geniune monster called the "Dark Rust".]] Granted, it's of the GenericDoomsdayVillain variety, but it's still something the series had never seen before, and still the only time the series has one outside of the [[VideoGame/PokemonMysteryDungeon Mystery Dungeon]] games.

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* OutsideContextVillain: OutsideContextProblem: [[spoiler:Meta-example: ''Pokémon Rumble Blast'' is the first time in the Pokémon series -- counting both the games and the anime -- to have neither a Pokémon nor a Human as the BigBad, but instead a geniune monster called the "Dark Rust".]] Granted, it's of the GenericDoomsdayVillain variety, but it's still something the series had never seen before, and still the only time the series has one outside of the [[VideoGame/PokemonMysteryDungeon Mystery Dungeon]] games.
8th May '16 9:34:56 AM TheOneWhoTropes
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** One of the Area Anchors in ''Rumble U'' is called [[TengenToppaGurrenLagann "You Pierce The Heavens"]], with the Pokémon mainly being ones with drills, and the interesting inclusion of Diglett and Dugtrio (the Kanto moles).

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** One of the Area Anchors in ''Rumble U'' is called [[TengenToppaGurrenLagann [[Anime/TengenToppaGurrenLagann "You Pierce The Heavens"]], with the Pokémon mainly being ones with drills, and the interesting inclusion of Diglett and Dugtrio (the Kanto moles).
18th Apr '16 5:12:26 AM mariofan1000
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* OutsideContextVillain: [[spoiler:Meta-example: ''Pokémon Rumble Blast'' is the first game in the Pokémon series -- counting both the games and the anime -- to have neither a Pokémon nor a Human as the BigBad, but instead a geniune monster called the "Dark Rust". Granted, it's of the GenericDoomsdayVillain variety, but it's still something the series has never seen before.]]

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* OutsideContextVillain: [[spoiler:Meta-example: ''Pokémon Rumble Blast'' is the first game time in the Pokémon series -- counting both the games and the anime -- to have neither a Pokémon nor a Human as the BigBad, but instead a geniune monster called the "Dark Rust". Rust".]] Granted, it's of the GenericDoomsdayVillain variety, but it's still something the series has had never seen before.]]before, and still the only time the series has one outside of the [[VideoGame/PokemonMysteryDungeon Mystery Dungeon]] games.
15th Apr '16 12:54:31 PM Ferot_Dreadnaught
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* PoorCommunicationKills[=/=]CouldHaveAvoidedThisPlot: [[spoiler:A ''lot'' of bad stuff in ''Blast'' could have been avoided if Cobalion and Krookodile had ''explained'' that the Glowdrops were needed to stop the BigBad...]]

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* PoorCommunicationKills[=/=]CouldHaveAvoidedThisPlot: PoorCommunicationKills: [[spoiler:A ''lot'' of bad stuff in ''Blast'' could have been avoided if Cobalion and Krookodile had ''explained'' that the Glowdrops were needed to stop the BigBad...]]
22nd Jan '16 12:42:07 PM fenyx4
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* StockSubtitle: ''Pokémon Rumble '''World'''''.
10th Dec '15 11:27:23 PM Rissan
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*** This is likely a reference to Boota who is a [[FridgeBrilliance "pig-mole"]].
11th Nov '15 2:06:23 PM spiritsunami
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* CommonplaceRare: Whimsicott in ''World'', which is only found as the boss arena mook for Shaymin.



* PowerGlows[=/=]LawOfChromaticSuperiority: When getting new Pokémon. If the defeated Pokémon has no special ability, it'll have a bluish-white aura. If it has an ability, the game will slow down ever so slightly and the Pokémon will have a yellow aura before you pick it up. If, in addition to this DramaticPause, the screen zooms in on the defeated Pokémon and it has a glowing red aura, it has ''multiple'' abilities. Subverted with the "Superstar" ability, which puts a ''spotlight'' over the Pokémon but is ultimately a useless if not detrimental ability.

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* PowerGlows[=/=]LawOfChromaticSuperiority: When getting new Pokémon. If the defeated Pokémon has no special ability, it'll have a bluish-white aura. If it has an ability, the game will slow down ever so slightly and the Pokémon will have a yellow aura before you pick it up. If, in addition to this DramaticPause, the screen zooms in on the defeated Pokémon and it has a glowing red aura, it has ''multiple'' abilities. If the aura is [[PurpleIsPowerful purple]] instead of red, it has the "Epic" ability which means that it will have ''six different regular abilities'', usually with a good number of + icons as well. Subverted with the "Superstar" ability, which puts a ''spotlight'' over the Pokémon but is ultimately a useless if not detrimental ability.
29th Oct '15 2:50:38 PM Zoroark69
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* ShoutOut: One of the Area Anchors in ''Rumble U'' is called [[TengenToppaGurrenLagann "You Pierce The Heavens"]], with the Pokémon mainly being ones with drills, and the interesting inclusion of Diglett and Dugtrio (the Kanto moles).

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of the Area Anchors in ''Rumble U'' is called [[TengenToppaGurrenLagann "You Pierce The Heavens"]], with the Pokémon mainly being ones with drills, and the interesting inclusion of Diglett and Dugtrio (the Kanto moles).moles).
**There's also a Chill Battle titled ''The Three Little Tepig'' in which the player most protect three Tepig from Houndour, Houndoom, Poochyena, Mightyena, Electrike, Manectric, Zorua, and Zoroark.
23rd Oct '15 11:05:38 PM gloopgloopgloop
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3rd Oct '15 10:05:17 AM flamemario12
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* AntiFrustrationFeature: Instead of forcing players to constantly spend money to get better in ''World'', It sets a max cap of 3,000 Poké Diamonds you can buy, that adds up to $30 which amounts to a full priced game. After you reach said limit, instead of forcing you to wait a couple of days to hopefully get at least one Poké Diamond using the Spot/Street Pass features, the game gives you a mine with an unlimited amount of them that you can obtain 20 from once a day.

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* AntiFrustrationFeature: Instead of forcing players to constantly spend money to get better in ''World'', It sets a max cap of 3,000 Poké Diamonds you can buy, that adds up to $30 which amounts to a full priced game. After you reach said limit, instead of forcing you to wait a couple of days to hopefully get at least one Poké Diamond using the Spot/Street Pass features, the game gives you a mine with an unlimited amount of them that you can obtain 20 40 (20 prior to the update) from once a day.



** The game even has a measure for buying the max 3,000 Poké Diamonds and you somehow end up needing more. Instead of forcing you to wait a few days to hopefully get one Poké Diamond from the Spot/Street Pass features, the game just gives you a mine full of unlimited Poké Diamonds where you can get 20 of them once a day.

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** The game even has a measure for buying the max 3,000 Poké Diamonds and you somehow end up needing more. Instead of forcing you to wait a few days to hopefully get one Poké Diamond from the Spot/Street Pass features, the game just gives you a mine full of unlimited Poké Diamonds where you can get 20 40 of them once a day.
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