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April 25, 2014
In 2,000, DVS Electronic Co. created an unlicensed game under the SNES platform called 'Pocket Monsters' (supposedly created by the same company), here, we have the Genesis version. Although we don't currently know about the developers who made this version, it looks like they were smoking or something, because the game is TERRIBLE (special thanks JJ1,013 for his help, otherwise I wouldn't have found out about this...).
At first, the gameplay is lamentable, meaning that you'll be hardly able to jump, to move the camera or ever to kill some of the enemies (ex. monkeys). There's also a long list of bad things in there: ridiculous hardness, very repetitive music, weird animations, weird sound effects and... of course... glitches (platforms not coming back and refreshing of enemies when you leave them off the screen).
It's definitely the worst game I've played on Genesis to date.
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Everyone has a right to speak or write freely and right to join a peaceful group to express one's opinion. Everyone has a right to an education. Forcing people to remove their gameplays, an innocent way to expand peoples' knowledge, will cause to restrain their chance to know about another games, their chance to investigate about their history, about their involved enterprises, about their progress in the last years and about their influence on the world we know.
Please, don't snatch away our right to learn, our possibility to go back in history and, finally, our chance to know how the world evolved to the world we live today.