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I know, this conversation has been done before.
Considering its long history of being strictly for kids, changing this up would be a huge risk, one that Game Freak will likely never take. In addition, the argument could be made that if many adults that like Pokemon are still buying the games, anyway what would be the point of making a new set of games?
First, while there are still many dedicated Pokemon fans in their later twenties and early thirties, there are also plenty who have lost interest in Pokemon over the years.
Instead of simply letting the new generations replace the older ones who have lost interest, cater to them all and make a hell of a profit. These two things alone would make a world of difference in the gameplay experience.
Hear me out—what if we got a Pokemon game that, instead of centered around a ten-year-old going on an adventure to achieve their dreams, it starts with a character in front of a computer, obviously at work. The plot could be about an unhappy or unfulfilled person who missed their chance to go on the adventure of a lifetime when they were ten. So, at the start of this game, one of the younger trainers likely another ten-year-old just starting their Pokemon journey says something to inspire you.
You can still set out and achieve your dream of becoming a Pokemon champion. You can still achieve your dreams, despite your age. This would add a flavor of relatability while still maintaining that sense of positivity and wonder that we all know and love about the Pokemon series. The message would remain light and inspirational. Then, in addition, the difficulty of the game could be much higher than that of the current games getting released.
The game would actually be a legitimate challenge—perhaps the first challenging main Pokemon game since we all know the Pokemon Stadium games were at least a challenge. Game Freak would certainly be getting my money.
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