Lone K.K. Slider

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Joined Oct 22, 2011 at 03:08PM EDT


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About

YOU KNOW NOTHING DON’T TOUCH THE ART okay you can touch it (as if there were any at the moment).

I am a:
Gamer
Musician
Merchant
Teenager
Artist

That’s about it.
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I make crap on Soundcloud. These tracks are old now. I’ll make new ones.

If you want, you can request equally-as-stupid shit for me to make, and I just might do it. I’m waiting.
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Love you, Zoe bby.


Recent Activity

Commented on d46.gif

Whatever your imagination decides they are. ( ͡° ͜ʖ ͡°)

Jan 31, 2015 at 10:03PM EST

Commented on 359.png

I never read it up, what happened with them?

Jan 30, 2015 at 08:33PM EST

Commented on d7a.png

Oh good lord that Zoroark and those hips.

Jan 28, 2015 at 12:50AM EST

Commented on Engage!

Knowing Zoroark, it could probably be a literal bushman if you wanted to say that.

Or a tree, but regardless of that pretty much everything is screwed over with something that can physically disguise itself and has a sniper rifle.

Jan 23, 2015 at 02:48AM EST

Commented on 973.jpg

IT’S NOT THAT ILLEGAL TO PIRATE MUSIC YOU LOVE

Jan 19, 2015 at 01:15AM EST

Commented on 0d4.png

Man, it’s probably going to transform into a Ditto now.

Jan 18, 2015 at 01:10PM EST

Commented on f3b.jpg

515,524 combinations if totaled up. But since they would repeat twice (since one Pokemon can pair up with another and that other can do so with the first Pokemon), that would mean there are 257,762 unique combinations.

Every Pokemon in the game has two 3D models (normal + shiny models) that are attributed to them, and since each model is on average 0.7 MB large, and a sprite to show them in the PC box or team (probably around 10 KB), that would mean each Pokemon takes up 1.42 MB of hard data, and take up 1019.56 MB, or almost 1 GB (1024 MB) of data. Each 3DS game cartridge can hold 1-8 GB of data, which can vary from cartridge to cartridge within that range.

Now, if each unique combination gets its own set of models and sprite, then that would mean 1.42 MB * 257,762 Pokemon = 366,022.04 MB or 357.44 GB would be required to hold the amount of sprites and models for the game. That’s 65% of what your average PS4 or Xbox One can hold, which by all means is a shit ton.

Now, what can you do to make having those models feel like a good idea? We’re not accounting for any of the other game features that a Pokefusion game could have, that’s just only the character models for the Pokemon, not even including Trainers. So maps, other sprites and textures, and whatnot will still needed to be calculated.

Until then, wait until Nintendo unveils another home console.

Jan 18, 2015 at 03:26AM EST

Commented on 9b5.jpg

I feel wrong to ask this, but what the hell is this from?

Jan 18, 2015 at 02:11AM EST

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