Thunderless-PikachuSunday, October 20, 2013
So after going on about how turned off I am by Pokemon X & Y, I couldn't help but downloaded Virtual Boy Advance and played Pokemon Yellow to ease my Pokemon addiction. I remembered how I got my first gameboy color because of Pokemon Yellow. My dad is a cool dad! I am probably one of the luckiest kid ever because my family owns a shop back when I was young, and the shop was really huge! We have a section of it specially for the coolest toys of that era: Tamiya and Nintendo.
So you can roughly tell how lucky I was because I get to meet all the crazy Tamiya gurus and learn motor/car modification from them, 8D - I guess that is also why I'm such a F1-obsessed, hahahahaha!
And back to Gameboys, my first interaction with a Gameboy was this one....
My cousin has it, and at that point of time I think I was only .... 5? We could only play tetris and Mario then, hahahaha! When I turned 6, my cool dad bought me my first ever Gameboy, the Gameboy color along with the release of Pokemon Yellow. My Gameboy color was atomic purple one okay! I still remember!
Now it's like generation don't know what already. After that I had Gameboy Advance, it's in purple too. I think my favorite color was purple. O_O
Then I just have to meet shitty classmates at the primary school I transferred into when I was 11. Some stupid loser of a human stole both my Gameboys when I brought them to school one day(On 2 different occasion. I am THAT suay since kid). Because I was going through a moving-all-over-the-place period, so I had to take a bus back home and the trip was pretty long. Rather than playing "Snake" on my Nokia 3315, I would always bring my daily entertainment out with me so I won't be so bored on the bus.
Perks of being a 90s kid, you get to experience the change of eras. Hehehehe.
So after it got stolen, I felt as if the kid in me got stolen as well la. Ever since then I didn't have any gadgets anymore. My life was left with only Tamiya, iPod and crazy rebellious days.
SO TO REVIVE THAT KID IN ME, I went to download VBA and Pokemon Yellow. GAHAHAHAHAHA.
I was sooooo excited I played until 8AM in the morning. And the reason why I stopped at 8AM and didn't continue was quite stupid...
My Pikachu FINALLY turned level 15, and I accidentally replaced it's Thundershock with Quick Attack.
Omfg, *facepalm* And I didn't even save the game before reaching level 15. Meaning I'll have to restart if I want my Thundershock back! HOW STUPID. So I got really irritated, I threw Pikachu to the Daycare, then I quit the game and headed to bed.
To my surprise, when I reopen the game just now, (no, the thundershock didn't come back) my loving Pikachu is still so happy to see me. Then when I brought him to fish, he even asked for more.... How sweet.... T_T
Dear Pikachu, I'm sorry I made you thunderless and useless, but you are still my best friend. *cries tears of joy*
But I stopped playing PokeYellow after that because it was really hard to level my Pikachu without his Thundershock. And I still have to wait a LONG way before he gets his Thunderbolt, *bang wall*
You know, even my Magikarp is more useful!?!?!?!
I'm moving on to Pokemon Crystal now because I absolutely cannot resist the breeding feature. IT'S TOO DAMN ADORABLEEEEEE, OHMYGODDDD.
Too cute la really. *dying*
It's gonna be a long long way since I just started Crystal, but it's okay! As long as I get my doze of cuteness 8D
Oh, I might reconsider getting 3DS XL... But tbh, I feel more comfortable playing games on 2D. 3D makes me dizzy and feels way too ... unrealistic.
I know how 3D is meant to make you feel realistic but a game is a game after all... Graphic games started out 2D............. So I thought it's rather weird to be feeling how real an RPG game is.... Okay, maybe it's just me.
Recently I feel so vexed about so many stuff I'm balding. Like really, really balding. Omg. It's time I look for hair doctor. What's the term for it?
Bah, heading to Naoki tomorrow for my usual hair treatmen. Hehehe.
Alright here comes the awkward ending... I always feel really awkward doing conclusions. So here's an awkward pose.