PETA creates Pokemon parody game, Black and Blue.

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

PETA are known for their parody games, but this is something else. It has the player playing as Pikachu and other pokemon rebelling against their trainers and kicking their asses with attacks like Group Hug and Protest.

Just thought I'd share this with everyone.

As much as I absolutely detest PETA, I love their parody games.

To be fair, Pokemon is basically cock fighting turned into an international sport. Also, in Pokemon Red/Blue, it's implied that there was a war recently fought using Pokemon. The one who implied it most heavily was Lt. Surge, I think.

Oh boy, where to begin with this one.

Okay, I'm not sure if PETA is aware that Team Plasma is actually THEM in the Pokemon sense. Team Plasma talks a big game about releasing Pokemon and cease capturing or even interacting with them, all the while its members have Pokemon in Pokeballs and engage in battles. It is later revealed by their true leader that it was all a ruse in order to gain power by overwhelming the world with their caught Pokemon (and their hacked Hydreigon. Yes, check when it evolves, that's a hacked Pokemon!).

Similarly, PETA are only interested in the rights of WILD animals, in that they should be released from zoos and research facilities and protected in the wild. As far as domesticated animals/pets or mixed breed animals are concerned, they want them all to be taken away from human ownership and exterminated.

In terms of their little Black and Blue version, it completely misrepresents the game by being too violent and fighting against humans. Their game mechanics suck, too (seriously, how does a Pikachu using Quick Attack do more damage than Thundershock?).

So yeah, like the Tanooki suit incident, PETA is just garnering attention with the release of a new, popular game by creating an inaccurate mess of a game and stumbling over their own lack of understanding or simple research.

I love how gory this game is. Normal Pokemon should totally be like this.

Also, how long do you think it will be before Nintendo sues over this? I'm guessing it won't take long.

Okay, that was freaking hilarious, bravo PETA!
"Pikachu used protest"
"Cheren was hurt by your harsh words"
"Cheren's attack fell"
That's fucking golden!

CrimsonBlaze:
Oh boy, where to begin with this one.

Okay, I'm not sure if PETA is aware that Team Plasma is actually THEM in the Pokemon sense. Team Plasma talks a big game about releasing Pokemon and cease capturing or even interacting with them, all the while its members have Pokemon in Pokeballs and engage in battles. It is later revealed by their true leader that it was all a ruse in order to gain power by overwhelming the world with their caught Pokemon (and their hacked Hydreigon. Yes, check when it evolves, that's a hacked Pokemon!).

Similarly, PETA are only interested in the rights of WILD animals, in that they should be released from zoos and research facilities and protected in the wild. As far as domesticated animals/pets or mixed breed animals are concerned, they want them all to be taken away from human ownership and exterminated.

In terms of their little Black and Blue version, it completely misrepresents the game by being too violent and fighting against humans. Their game mechanics suck, too (seriously, how does a Pikachu using Quick Attack do more damage than Thundershock?).

So yeah, like the Tanooki suit incident, PETA is just garnering attention with the release of a new, popular game by creating an inaccurate mess of a game and stumbling over their own lack of understanding or simple research.

Did you play the game? There's a Pikachu in the side bar holding a sign that says 'I SUPPORT TEAM PLASMA', and the game mechanics are similar enough to actual Pokemon's (Without being too involved because it's not a real game- it's just a parody) that whoever made it has actually played the games before. Which is more than can be said about most video game adaptations.

Edit: Nevermind the first part, I misread. Second part stands though.

peta or noatural selection damn i got nothing

Kopikatsu:

Did you play the game? There's a Pikachu in the side bar holding a sign that says 'I SUPPORT TEAM PLASMA', and the game mechanics are similar enough to actual Pokemon's (Without being too involved because it's not a real game- it's just a parody) that whoever made it has actually played the games before. Which is more than can be said about most video game adaptations.

Edit: Nevermind the first part, I misread. Second part stands though.

To be honest, Pokemon games are so old and widely known that the obvious basic game mechanics are most probably known by anyone who has the capabilities of producing such a game. The other informations (Team Plasma, names of the enemies) can be obtained by a 4 minute google search.

If one of them played the game he never went past the first town where Team Plasma is introduced. Because the further you go in the game the more clear what CrimsonBlaze pointed out.

Kopikatsu:

CrimsonBlaze:
Oh boy, where to begin with this one.

Okay, I'm not sure if PETA is aware that Team Plasma is actually THEM in the Pokemon sense. Team Plasma talks a big game about releasing Pokemon and cease capturing or even interacting with them, all the while its members have Pokemon in Pokeballs and engage in battles. It is later revealed by their true leader that it was all a ruse in order to gain power by overwhelming the world with their caught Pokemon (and their hacked Hydreigon. Yes, check when it evolves, that's a hacked Pokemon!).

Similarly, PETA are only interested in the rights of WILD animals, in that they should be released from zoos and research facilities and protected in the wild. As far as domesticated animals/pets or mixed breed animals are concerned, they want them all to be taken away from human ownership and exterminated.

In terms of their little Black and Blue version, it completely misrepresents the game by being too violent and fighting against humans. Their game mechanics suck, too (seriously, how does a Pikachu using Quick Attack do more damage than Thundershock?).

So yeah, like the Tanooki suit incident, PETA is just garnering attention with the release of a new, popular game by creating an inaccurate mess of a game and stumbling over their own lack of understanding or simple research.

Did you play the game? There's a Pikachu in the side bar holding a sign that says 'I SUPPORT TEAM PLASMA', and the game mechanics are similar enough to actual Pokemon's (Without being too involved because it's not a real game- it's just a parody) that whoever made it has actually played the games before. Which is more than can be said about most video game adaptations.

Edit: Nevermind the first part, I misread. Second part stands though.

I just hope that PETA doesn't find out about World of Chaos because they don't need that kind of support/traffic from these domesticated animal killers.

PeTA should totally take a look at Tokyo Jungle. That game literally features animals beating eachother to death and biting their throats out, cute animals at that. I would love to see their take on it.

(Tokyo Jungle is an awesome game though, not hating)

Beat the snot out of people until they agree with you.

Whatever you say PETA!

Also:

http://www.petakillsanimals.com/

Please PETA, tell me more how Pokemon teaches the support of animal abuse.

Darn, I didn't see this one!
So I just ended up reposting =w=...great.

Anywho: Eeeyup We got a Team Plasma Irl now...
Guess what? Everyone else used Laugh at!
No one gives a shit about Peta!

Even though PETA rank way up in the top 5 of the most hypocritical organisations in human history, you have to give them credit - at least they are passionate about their hypocrisy.

This might as well be a tasteful and affectionate parody... if it weren't such ridiculous strawman propaganda.

At least they put a bit of effort into it though. Liking Ash Ketchum's new style. And pikachu never looked cuter than in chains and bandages...

I loathe PETA. This is a totally pointless issue for them to latch onto (really, who gives a shit about animal enslavement in pokemon?), antics like this just give the animal rights movement the extra task of distinguishing themselves from PETA (not easy, given to most people animal rights = PETA).

ohnoitsabear:
I love how gory this game is. Normal Pokemon should totally be like this.

Also, how long do you think it will be before Nintendo sues over this? I'm guessing it won't take long.

They can't sue, because it would be protected by the constitution as a parody and it's free, they could only sue if PETA decided to sell the game for money.

Funnily enough, this is probably the closest that'll ever come to an 18+ rated Pokémon game.

Its kinda hollow when you remember Peta exterminate pets as a matter of course and are, essentially, a bunch of moral crusading morons with no idea about the reality.

I hate the fact that thanks to peta (And other, similarly insane, groups), a close *redacted* of mine can never reveal what kind of work they do.

I think its about time PETP was set up (People for the Ethical Treatment of Pets) with the sole purpose of tracking down every member of PETA and forcing them to live in the same quality of accommodation that they force upon the animals in their "Care" prior to being put down because they would be "Happier" dead.

In counter-protest, I'm going to eat double the usual amount of meat I usually would today. And in fact I'll repeat this whenever I hear about PETA in the news.

Y'hear that, PETA? You're directly causing increased demand for meat. (Delicious bacon and tuna steaks, in my case).

Gotta admit, that game was pretty funny.

I thought the Mudkipz reference was a nice touch. Doesn't make the game any less pointless though...

It looks like the people who made this had a basic understanding of the mechanics of people but none of the science that makes it work. I encountered a few glaring problems along the way.

-Humans dont have types, so moves are super effective and barely effective without any rhyme or reason. Choosing the right teammate to throw out becomes as random as a coin toss.

-They didnt give you any items to heal your team after battle. PETA is forcing you to have at least some of your team faint.

-I'm not too sure about this one, but isnt a move that raises both attack and defense in one go kind of overpowered in the older system that doesnt have the spec. stats for those 2?

-The second boss spams trap like an asshole.

Put all this together with some rather horrible writing and it makes this thing a rather huge waste of time.

That and PETA is a horrible organization that doesnt deserve your attention what so ever.

i was at best not very amused, until nurse joy "rewarded" me with a 3 minute video of animals being abused. this is a worse idea than the peta "porn" site that didn't even have a single nip.

amazing that they have the balls to actually use the pokemon name too. if they wanted to pick on pokemon, they should have went the parody route instead of basically begging nintendo to sue their pants off

Ahhhh PETA, what a bunch of fucking loons. I'm all for preventing cruelty to animals but fanatics only damage their cause. I'd much rather support something like RSPCA, at least they behave rationally.

Edit: I read the Escapist article on this before I touched it, I took their advice and avoided the video.

The game's got wit.

But they're pokemon for christ's sake, what the f*ck? I suppose I'm just too old, and probably too smart, to make the kind of pokemon-animal connection required for the game to work.

CrimsonBlaze:
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PETA doesn't give two shits if their logic is sound. They want attention, they want people talking about PETA. They don't care who or what about, so they aim for people who are the most likely to raise a fuss about it and spread the word. And if there's one group that has proven they are willing to raise shitstorms all across the Internet, it's gamers.

Best of the 3:
Funnily enough, this is probably the closest that'll ever come to an 18+ rated Pokémon game.

18+ game maybe. Just because of how incredibly loud PETA decided to be with the gore and violence. In terms of mature story with familiar gaming mechanics, I suggest Pokemon: World of Chaos on Newgrounds. It has a dark, violent story about Pokemon being ravenous killing machines and humans trying to survive and fight off this new threat. I enjoy it, so just don't let PETA get wind of it.

Hi-larious. Peta strikes once again, Lol. They really do put effort forth for these XD

so what ? they trolling for lawsuits now ?

It's hilarious, but the irony. Team Plasma were, in an attempt to be slightly less generic, acting for the freedom of all Pokemon no matter how well they are treated, whether or not there is a problem, or their own wishes. THEY ARE THE PETA OF POKEMON.

CrimsonBlaze:
(seriously, how does a Pikachu using Quick Attack do more damage than Thundershock?).

I don't think you fully appreciate exactly how quick it really is my friend.

:P

Really, this makes me hate peta even more but the game was hilarious none the less. Oh and I dont even like pokemon so kudos for making it even more of a joke peta!

That was really hilarious and no doubt Pokemon fans will be up in arms completely failing to see the humour.

The fallout should be entertaining to witness.

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