- Some of them aren't easy to identify with images (normal for example) and I don't think it'd be easy to do any standards so I think what bp does is good. -- Mason11987 (Talk - Contributions) 14:10, 10 November 2006 (CST)
- Well, I'm not the most proficient at wiki layout code. If you (or anyone) can make something similar to that, we'd be good to go from that. So long as it can go within a table. --Sekoku 09:27, 13 November 2006 (CST)
I just found a Pokérom disk while cleaning and it reminded me that we don't have any coverage on the few PC Pokémon related games that are out (even if they are mostly edutainment games). Here is the description for them from Wikipedia:
PokéROM Gotta LEARN 'em all, a series of minigames, was released on specially shaped 8mm CD-ROMs and also as an LE Complete Collection Box for PC and Apple Mac. Developed by Mattel Interactive, this is a Nintendo International Licensed Product.
Does anyone have any opinions on including things like these in the list of Pokémon games?--Zaiqukaj 18:19, 24 June 2009 (UTC)
Adding more generic info.
Certain aspects, such as the battle basics, training, catching, etc. is consistent throughout all of the mainstream games. I think they should have pages here to be put in the guides. You would think that info that's in every single game would be very easy to make a page for, but the Gold/Silver version doesn't even have complete pages for them. JepjrT 03:27, 17 March 2010 (UTC)
- Do you mean a subpage of the series similar to Pokémon/Competitive battling? That particular article has exactly what it says on the tin: the basics of battling and how to find and improve on your own style, and should be linked to from all main series games Table of Contents. (If it's missing anywhere, add [[Pokémon/Competitive battling|Competitive battling]] to the ToC under Getting Started.) It would be possible to create a subpage (for example Pokémon/Catching and training) but this would involve moving the info from any existing pages, deleting those and changing their links to direct to the new article. Moydow (talk) 11:58, 17 March 2010 (UTC)