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  1. I have one more semi-related cartridge label in need of translation:
  2. What's it say in the box above 64Kbit? I didn't see that text on the other carts.
  3. I'm going to ask a very similar translation request here since it doesn't warrant a new thread. Just want to know what all the Japanese text is saying: Edit: It looks nearly identical to the text on YoshiMoshi's cart, with only unique text in the box above 64Kbit.
  4. I've had an account there since September 2016 and don't recall any trouble setting it up... maybe its some kind of new feature? Also, yes I do use my Gmail when making forum accounts.
  5. Likelihood any of these savefiles are all long dead. Gen II events that aren't in Stadium, or already privately dumped, are lost for good. I think if someone on this forum had one they'd be willing to contribute, they would have come forward already.
  6. These savefiles were put together by some of us here, but hosted on another website (which we can't link to because of hosting distribution roms). Now that I think about it, I have no idea why we never uploaded the savefiles here, there's no reason not to. I'll try to get that uploaded today when I have a chance. @ajxpk The raw Ahiru savefiles are in the gallery, but as you know it's a mess to sort through. Since our event compilation saves were made specifically to be user friendly, I'm going to get those shared here. Though yes, the individual pk3s should be hosted as well. ----- Edit: Gen III event compilation savefiles uploaded on PP:
  7. Everything in those savefiles are legitimate. PKHeX just doesn't have the majority of the Japanese Gen III events registered, so they get improperly flagged as illegal.
  8. I didn't care for it initially upon seeing it, but then seeing that it may have interesting lore and a connection with Ditto, it's a lot more appealing. The Ditto connection also immediately drew me towards the connections @ajxpk made with Animon. I wouldn't be surprised if Meltan was inspired by Animon and they recycled/reworked the concept. I hope we see an interesting concept fruition from Meltan, and not yet another false hype up for promotional purposes. Also hope we don't need Go to obtain it, my older phone doesn't agree with running the app. Not a mobile gamer anyway. Regardless, I'm always excited to see new pokemon revealed. It's the best part of the continuing franchise. No exception here, and its design has already grown on me quite a bit.
  9. Iirc, the Eon Ticket can only be shared from a game which received it directly from the distribution device.
  10. Absolutely admirable work! Thanks for sharing this, it's a handy modern alternative for distributing GSC Mystery Gifts. ?
  11. If I haven't grown out of it yet at this age, I don't think I ever will. At least in regards to playing what I already love. There's no telling if the franchise may eventually stray far enough from the core concept enough to turn me away for good to all future titles. But even with the increasing casualization the past few generations, I still remain optimistic for the future. I'll keep playing current titles as long as they're still fun in some way to me. And even with LGPE, while I think it's too simplified for me, as long as it's a separate line of the core series, I don't see how it won't at least be fun to play in short spans when you don't have the time to get too invested. A separate line like this is also good to spit out during the down years like this to hold us over until the next big new games get released, eg Pokemon Switch 2019, because the last down year in 2015 was a killer bore for me. But now I think I'm straying of onto another topic, so I'll stop on that note. There's also other aspects that keep me going though. Like the ongoing effort of historical and event preservation, to make sure we don't loose important pieces of the franchise's past. When more unseen distribution software surfaces, and stuff like the amazing Gold/Silver beta demo, these get me just as excited as a new game does.
  12. I think Pokemon Colosseum and GoD are also considered "main series" (or "side series"), because they aren't spin-offs either, however they aren't "core series". I think the important point is to understand the different categories, whatever you may call them. Personally, if this formula was the future of the series, It'd be majorly disappointing and I would end my support immediately for the franchise onward. However as we know, 2019 is supposed to be the "real" Switch RPG that was hinted at during last year's E3. That makes me totally fine with LGP/LGE being it's own thing, even if it turns into it's own "Let's Go" line with future releases to better suit casual fans. I'm still waiting to see more detailed information. Regardless, I don't think this game will be bad in any sense, considering this isn't the future of the "core series" formula. I think it'd be fun to play through a 3D Kanto (even if it is similar to XY/ORAS graphics), something easy to pass the time during boredom without getting as invested in it as with a core game. I don't see why it wouldn't at least be enjoyable. I always said I don't want another Kanto remake unless it features a new story taking place years after GSC (or a prequel), so lets hope it isn't just a watered down RGBY. In summary, I'm totally okay with this as long as we'll still be getting the regular formula RPGs, which we are. Also, something to note is that Gale of Darkness teased us with Bonsly and Munchlax before Gen IV was even out. That's probably what they're doing in LGPE with that "special" pokemon they teased.
  13. There's no Japanese Aura Mew, but I'm sure you just mistyped that. They probably got leaked through Nintendo employees. The distribution devices were likely pretty much always in possession of the event team handling the distributions. I don't think theft from the distribution locations was a possibility until the mass produced carts appeared during Gen IV and V. Because by then any random GameStop, etc employee could take it when the event was over.
  14. It wasn't mail-in in 2005 during the original events. It's just that Nintendo of Italy continued to provide a service on their website up until a few years ago (or still?) for players to mail them their carts. That's how we had all the wondercards dumped a few years ago. But regardless the cart/rom could have leaked just like any other cart, originating through employees themselves.
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