How many Pokemons would Kyrgios catch in the 90s?

Minion

Hall of Fame
He would be hampered by slow connection speeds, throw a hissy fit, smash his phone, swear at the nearest person, and say he wasn't really interested in catching them in the first place.
 

HipRotation

Hall of Fame
In the 90's the pokemons were true specialists: fire, electric, water, you name it. In 2016 everyone is a normal-type. A bunch of Pidgeys, really.
90s pokeymans was a water era. Phychics were GOAT back then, Kyrgios's Gyarados would be destroyed.
 

Red Rick

Bionic Poster
90's pokemon was super easy. Weak era. Just get a pokemon that knows a ohko move, x speed, x accuracy and he never misses and wins every fight in one move
 

Slice'n'dice

Hall of Fame
Funny how many people fail to realise that Pokemon are for children. Krygios one such culprit, but far from the only one.
 
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nowhereman

Guest
There were only 150-250 Pokemon back then, so I'm sure he'd catch more.
 
He comes across as someone who had a whole party of Mews but everytime you wanted him to show them, he'd borrowed his Gameboy to someone.
 

metsman

G.O.A.T.
In the 90's the pokemons were true specialists: fire, electric, water, you name it. In 2016 everyone is a normal-type. A bunch of Pidgeys, really.
back when I was a kid...that was the strong era of pokemon games...red and blue! The era continued to be strong with emerald/fire red/leaf green but then sunk back into mediocrity.
 

Steve0904

Talk Tennis Guru
back when I was a kid...that was the strong era of pokemon games...red and blue! The era continued to be strong with emerald/fire red/leaf green but then sunk back into mediocrity.
The last ones I really liked were gold and silver. 16 badges made the games a lot of fun, IMO. But then I was just 10 when those games came out. If I was 20 I'd probably have a different perspective.
 
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