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Do you think we'll see Pokemon Stars on the 12th?

Yes 8 17.78%
 
No 37 82.22%
 
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Darwinianevolution said:
Einsam_Delphin said:

You mean from release to release right? OR/AS was revealed around 6 months after X/Y released, nothing wrong with that.

Yes. Although I don't know how much time are they going to take before the 8th gen games arrive. Maybe for the 25th anniversary, but if that's true, that would be: Sun/Moon End of 2016, Stars 2017-2018. Shinnoh Remake ¿SM Sequel? 2019. 8th gen 2020. Almost a game per year. People are going to be tired, let some breathing space between releases. A game every two years seems like a better schedule.

Pokemon has always been a yearly series though, with an occasional year break here and there, like last year. If people aren't already tired then at this point they never will be!



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Yeah, they won't want to kill Sun and Moon's incredible momentum.



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We could see Pokemon Stars, but I do agree that it probably won't be for the Switch if that is the case so yes, it wouldn't be at the Switch event :p



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Honestly, I try to avoid any assumptions going into these events.

I'm hopeful for certain games but when I go into these things thinking "I'm going to get all of this." and end up just getting a couple of those things, I generally end up a little disappointed.

Going in without expectations leads you to only be impressed...even if you would really love for them to actually make a Super Mario RPG 2 instead of a Raving Rabbid Mario mashup RPG. o.o;;;;;;



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I see your logic and I agree with you for the most part, but a January Pokemon reveal has happened before AKA Pokemon X and Y. They announced that early Jan with their own Nintendo Direct. And it's very possible Nintendo would want to push Game Freak to reveal Pokemon Stars at a time Nintendo needs it the most. Granted if they revealed Stars at the Switch event I only expect the logos or something very small like a teaser trailer, but its fine if they wait until E3 to announce it.



I think Stars will be either revealed in May (simliar to Omega Ruby and Alpha Sapphire) or at E3. Since Sun and Moon are only about 6 weeks old its way to soon to reveal the third version.



I just want a price and release date, anything else is bonus stuff to me honestly.



twintail said:
LipeJJ said:
I agree, I expect it to be revealed at E3.

Yup, pretty much this. 

Mar1217 said:
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animegaming said:
I think Stars will be either revealed in May (simliar to Omega Ruby and Alpha Sapphire) or at E3. Since Sun and Moon are only about 6 weeks old its way to soon to reveal the third version.

 

Just so yal know, no mainline Pokemon game has ever been first revealed at E3, heck I don't even think any spin-offs were either.

 

Superquagsire said:
I see your logic and I agree with you for the most part, but a January Pokemon reveal has happened before AKA Pokemon X and Y. They announced that early Jan with their own Nintendo Direct. And it's very possible Nintendo would want to push Game Freak to reveal Pokemon Stars at a time Nintendo needs it the most. Granted if they revealed Stars at the Switch event I only expect the logos or something very small like a teaser trailer, but its fine if they wait until E3 to announce it.

 

Yeah but that was well after Black2/White2 released in Japan. Also I don't think they absolutely need Stars to be known asap (though this depends on the rest of their line-up). Zelda, Mario, and other games (Animal Crossing plox) should be enough to create excitement leading up to the launch, then a Stars announcement a month or two later will help keep the hype train going.



Nintendo's gotta hold some stuff back for E3. Pokémon is likely a November game, so makes sense to not mention it this week. Also, due to Sun &a Moon still being new, it might harm 3DS software/hardware sales to announce the Switch version too early.



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