So I finally got access to the Nature Preserve, and honestly I'm kind of disappointed by it. I was expecting this elaborate forested area and a little puzzle to get to the Shiny Haxorus. But nope, it was easy.
But as for the location of it...I'm honestly considering it being in Hoehn. I mean it is far, far away so why not? The only real thing that's out of place is Haxorus but still. It's possible.
Also, anyone else find Black 2 Reversal Mountain's design to be really annoying? I mean, you have to go down to the lower path to reach Heatran's room, and then to reach the Undella Town exit, you have to go all the way back to the Lentimas Town entrance and go down the upper path.
Last edited by Bolt the Cat; 28th October 2012 at 2:53 AM.
IMO, Nature Preserve doesn't need a more complex puzzle, what it really needs is more variety of Pokemon that's available there.
I started on Victory Road today and I'm pleasantly surprised. I thought it was going to lead into BW1's Road, but it's completely new. I like how it snakes through the giant mountain, forested areas and even in the ruins of N's castle. It allows for some cool exploration.
It also seems really challenging. There are so many wild Pokemon in here, plus a massive amount of trainers. I've found myself having to heal a lot. Unfortunately I walked into Hugh's battle without saving prior for a while and he literally defeated me with 1 HP left on his Unfezant.
It's quite unfair to say that it's been seen zillions of times in comparison to Victory Roads in other games, since players whose first Pokémon games are Black 2 and White 2 wouldn't have prior knowledge of the main game series at all.
Was that really it? Will wondered. Was that what they were all doing, looking for someone less different? Was that what he was doing? Rachel was dynamic and thoughtful and focused and caring and different in more ways than he could count, but the whole point of Rachel, as far as Will was concerned, was that she wasn't him. There was a flaw in Katrina's logic, then. This thing about looking for someone less different ... It only really worked, he realised, if you were convinced that being you wasn't so bad in the first place.
- Nick Hornby