Pokemon fans are a creative bunch, often coming up with ways to incorporate gaming into facets of their daily lives. Dressing up as Pokémon characters or NPCs from the games for Halloween or cosplay is quite common, and it’s not always humans who dress up.
A creative fan recently shared a video in which they painstakingly recreated some of the most iconic moments from the first Pokemon games. What sets the project apart from others is the fact that it is represented by cats dressed as the characters and Pokémon.
YouTuber Costume Cat shared the video online of two incredibly patient cats, Goro and Luca, who help tell the story of the original. Pokemon games. Costume Cat’s video begins with her cat, Goro, taking on the role of a Pokemon trainer beginning his journey for the first time. After leaving home, they stop by Professor Oak, who is also a cat, to select his first Pokémon. The cat makes the selection for him by throwing a Pokéball off the counter, and it opens to reveal a Bulbasaur, which is also a cat.
On its own, that would have been pretty cute, but the video continues through the Elite Four. The Pokémon Trainer cat levels itself up by repeatedly marching through tall grass, effortlessly overpowering Team Rocket’s Giovanni, and even suffers the anguish of an unexpected critical hit that lands a 1-hit KO and ruins an attempt to capture a new Pokémon. although official Pokemon There are pet costumes, the cats here wear handmade designs created by their owner. The settings and backgrounds are also carefully recreated based on the graphics of the original games, with impressive attention to detail.
The audience seems to be quite taken with the videos, with several expressing hope that the creator will go ahead and recreate some of the later videos. Pokemon generation games, too. Others marveled at how patient and well mannered the Pokemon The fan cats were, as they usually seem comfortable and nonchalant about the fact that they’re wearing outfits. Another joked that regardless of trainer experience and badges, these Pokémon would ignore them, since they are actually cats.
It seems that Pokemon fans will never stop finding new ways to show their appreciation for the franchise. Fanart, animations, 3D prints, and creative endeavors like these keep the Pokemon engaged and excited fandom between games. It is not known what fans will dream of next, but with Pokemon scarlet and violetThe release of is fast approaching, soon you will have a new inspiration to base your projects on.
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