The first secret for fans is to the right as the commercial begins with red and blue blankets or rugs. The second is hidden on the television the word “Kanto” to the right next to the words “Training for greatness.”. Third, under the television, there is a poster that says Learn to Surf HM03, which is an item in the video games called a Hidden Machine this one teaches the move surf and it could be used both inside and outside a Pokemon battle. Pokemon Battles are battles which can be a wild Pokemon and a trainer/owner who sends out a tamed/owned Pokemon, or two trainers/owners with tamed /owned Pokemon which both send out Pokemon from one per side to three per side the victorious Pokemon who defeats another gains experience and effort values which improves a Pokemon’s Stats which are Health Points, Attack, Defense, Special Attack, Special Defense, and Speed. The number of Hidden Machine changes per video game, but the core three cut, strength, and surf. Are almost always required to progress at certain points in the video game. Now outside a Pokemon battle surf allows a Pokemon and their trainer or owner, the ability to move around on the water. Right away for fans, this gives away it is a Pokemon …show more content…
First, it says to keep playing and training and Second anyone can play Pokemon, third, it is celebrating 20 years and it has been around for that long so. Fourth “Train on. ™” Pokemon trainers “Train on. ™” regardless of the format a viewer or fan uses. There is the video games, trading card games, readers of the manga or Japanese comic, the anime watchers, the movie watchers, the Pokemon Go players, and among various other formats both officially created or approved by the Pokemon Company and the unofficial fan creations and media.
Is this a good commercial or not is a question you could ask anyone that has seen it. You would get one in four responses. Yes. No. Yes, but you should watch the full version. No, the full version is better. In my opinion, I would go with response number three, but I am a fan, so I will not deny being biased, even if I am a bit annoyed by the jump cuts. However, Pokemon commercials have only improved over the years, with each getting better as technology and Pokemon franchise has evolved over the twenty