Do you think that Pokemon Company should've gone farther with the pokemon mystery dungeon show, and actually pull it out to the end? In my opinion, i say that they should've, as i think that it would've gotten very high ratings. I saw the only 3 that they made, and besides they're voices, i loved it. but the kecleons were perfect. I would like to see your input, and maybe if we got enough people to agree, they could actually make a new mystery dungeon show, with everything in it! what do you say?
I loved that Mystery Dungeon show. I kinda wished that they expanded on it a little. It sounded like there was a lot you could do in that world, and you could actually develop a story (as opposed to the main Pokemon show). I think it could've lasted for at least a season.
yes! that's exactly what I think! they should've expanded on it, and i'm thinking if enough people put they're signature on some paper, saying that they think it would've been nice if they expanded on it, maybe they would listen and make them into full seasons! just as long as they get better voice actors. the ones they should change are medicham and kangaskhan. did you expect them to sound like that? i didn't.
epicpokenerd! : Really? I thought they didn't listen to the ideas of us fans, especially from individual persons.
One of my main problems with the show was that they made it too much like the games. I'd even put up with any bad voice acting/casting if they could just change things a little, just enough to make it say "tv animated show" ---- or even "kid's show" ---- and not "the game, but animated and linear." Like, cut it out with the items and the magical (read: videogame logic-esqe) things they do! And yeah I know it's nice to see familiar locales from the game, but not when they look silly on a screen bigger than a DS's.
And I didn't get why the guild would let a beginning team take on a job they're not ready for ---- namely, one that requires them to face a monstrosity. And then Chatot taking the one treasure reward they got, and Piplup shrugging it off like that? Couldn't the guild rules go back to splitting the money only? Or have another fair way of handling the item earnings? Let's see, considering what would work for an anime. . .
This is what I'm saying: The [world of the] PMD anime show should have its own rules to differentiate it from the game [world]. Just like the main Pokémon anime [world] does in contrast with [that of] the main games.
Oh yeah, I remember those Pokemon specials (I was actually thinking about them the other day :P). I thought they were pretty good, but I only saw the first 2 once, but then we moved, causing us to loose all of the recorded shows on the TV (Which these were) :(. If they made an actual series for this, I'd probably end up watching it, since they probably would have been able to make it a darker story than the actual games (Didn't they do that with the Manga for this, though?).
To add to what I said before, I think the show should at least try to explain the always-shifting-and-changing mystery dungeons, make it more believable. Same thing with the culture the local pokémon formed and how it was influenced by the guilds, teams and mystery dungeons and everything; same result needed (that is, to try and make it believable).
Hmm, what if they decide not to adapt the game story directly, but make a whole new PMD story instead? . . . They could make it Gen 5 based! And perhaps have multiple humans become pokémon, each with varying amounts of memory (kinda like this story does)! Or maybe it doesn't involve humans at all, kinda like the Japan-only WiiWare PMD titles.
It would have been great to see a full series of the Pokemon Mystery Dungeon cartoon. It's pretty disappointing that they didn't do more than that. They really should have. It would have been a great spin-off series to watch.
I couldn't agree with you more! The one for Explorers of Sky, i really wanted them to make an episode where they fight Primal Dialga, and the part where Dusknoir and Grovyle help eachother in the Future world etc.
A series based on the Mystery Dungeon games would be rather interesting, though I agree with it looking different than the games for the most part. After all, the series would need to still hold some surprises in order to keep on air. A series that starts based off the game, but has reasoning much different than the ending would work too. The Mystery Dungeon series has an awesome story to me, so there was always a desire there to see an animated series based off of it... though there's never been more than two episodes for it.