• PETA Pokemon Black and White Parody Game

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    Over a year ago

    http://features.peta.org/pokemon-black-and-white-parody/

    WTH O_O I’m sorry, I like peta2, but this, has gone too far in my opinion. Pokemon is NOT a game that represents cruelty!

    Super-big pokemon games fan since forever, and this, is just upsetting.

    What’s your opinion?

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  • Profile photo of NicoleLynne

    Over a year ago

    So this is the second time I played this game & everytime I get to the 4th pokemon my computer stops working and says internet not responding.. then when it comes back to responding the game starts all over again : (.. I dont know why but it is the second time !!

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    Over a year ago

    Annie,

    I do get what message you and the PETA group are trying to deliver here, but to be honest I don’t see it at all. All I got out of this game is that violence will always be out there, even though everybody decided to stop mistreating the pokemons. But you have to understand here. Most of the people in the pokemon world don’t do that sort of stuff. They keep the pokemons and befriend them. It takes days, weeks, months, even years to know the pokemon in order for both the trainer and the pokemon to prove they are the best in the world. Each pokemon knows they can just go if they choose to, but they decide to stay with the trainer because it sparks a life long friendship with the trainer. This is just a helpful tip, if you are going to make a parody game, could you at least get half of the info about it correct?

    Thank you,
    Justin

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    Over a year ago

    Seriously, for all the controversy this will spark, it would have been more worthwhile to use the resources used to create this game for something more effective and directly beneficial to animals.

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    Staff

    Over a year ago

    Hey all,

    The game offers a lighthearted way to bring attention to the very serious subject of cruelty to animals. The game’s main message is that animals are not ours to eat, wear, experiment on, use for entertainment, or abuse in any other way. PETA’s game allows Pikachu and his friends the opportunity to spread the message of Pokémon rights by sharing PETA’s video “Free Me”: http://features.peta2.com/GoVegan/, which takes the person playing on a heartbreaking journey through the horrors of using animals for food, clothing, experimentation, and entertainment.

    By packaging an issue like this in a game we can capture people’s attentions for long enough to actually explain the issue. And once someone has finished the game then they can go post about it on Facebook to tell their friends.

    E-mail us at peta2@peta2.com if you have any questions! :)

    ~Annie from peta2.

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    Over a year ago

    Pokemon is fun and fantasy. I don’t believe it truly holds such a negative effect over humans and their behaviour toward animals.

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