Totally thought they were harder than other games. Gen I was easy if you picked Charmander or Squirtle. Gen II wasn't as easy as Gen I. Gen IV was too easy the first go round. I haven't played Gen 5 yet. In Ruby/Sapphire/Emerald, I felt stumped many-a-times. I was thirteen too so maybe that was why it seemed a bit tough. Gen III is my favorite one though because of this.
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Personally i think that the DS games, at least Daimond and Pearl are harder ,mostly because the levels of the AI stagnate at the end of teh game, making training a three hour grind fest for just one pokemon.
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They were a bit harder since it was a bit complicated (I admit, it's pretty easy to get lost in Hoenn, especially since there was a lot of Sea routes) and sometimes, you have to go in circles. Another thing that did make them a bit hard too is the fact that it's not easy to train and also, tough trainers as well.
I do think all the 3rd generation games have been more difficult than everthing that has followed them, I prefer the more recent games over 3rd generation because I think there is a better balance in the difficulty
The GBA games were very difficult compared to the DS games. There was not very many good places to train your Pokemon. Also, around the Elite 4 the wild Pokemon were very strong. And the Elite 4 themselves were very strong unless your team was very high levelled.
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i think the the generation 1 and 2 games were quite hard (but fun to play)
seeing as i bought pokemon emerald a year later (i had to save up for it) with a normal nintendo ds (which i still have) pokemon emerald only works on teh top screen, but i personally think its quite medium to play.
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I thought BW were the hardest considering how every gym leader at least beat me once -_- IMO, Hoenn is pretty easy if you go with Mudkip or Torchic IMO
Harder in the 3rd gen for me. Especially emerald.
It feels harder since the graphics are awful compared to the DS
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Yeah i think they were harder harder to train and harder to catch pokemon
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I don't, but they're more classic
Third gen is much more difficult. I had so much trouble with Steven in Sapphire. I also found the gyms to be very hard, especially the last two.
Level grinding in Gen 3 is a pain which makes trying to defeat the Elite 4 the first time really difficult. Particularly since you can't just change the time and people will battle you like in DPPlHGSS. You have to wait for them to be ready to battle you first, which can take a long time, even when you in the area running up and down in front of them at the time.
The fact that the movements are so slow, it takes a LONG time to train and lvl. up. Plus the Gym Leaders were a pain ._.
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I completed 3rd gen, but to me, 1st gen will always be the hardest. I never completed the E4 until recently.
I still hate Brawly, though.
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IMO, the games just keep getting easier... with red and blue being hardest and black and white being easiest.
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I've always thought that the GBA games were much better because they offered more of a challenge.
In Diamond & Pearl, Team Galactic was way too easy. Team Rocket and Magma/Aqua were much better
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I by far think R/S/E are the hardest games of teh series mostly because I don't liek the movesets for most of the pokemon and all the elite 4 are tough but I still enjoy playing it.
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It depends on the generation. Gen 3 is defintely hard, but Gen 2 is easy, and Gen 1 lies somewhere in the middle. And neither Gen 4, nor Gen 5, are what I would consider 'easy'.
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I think the gba games are harder because it's harder to trade now. On ds, you can trade soneone for a stronger pokemon if you need it, or even use the GTS. However for gba, well not all of us have out link cable anymore.
I've heard lots of people say they think gba versions are hardest, so it may actually be a lot harder. I've never noticed a real difference though.