Pokémon: Generations is a series of short animations that were inspired by the original game. As the creators stated, the intention of this bundle was to provide more in-depth plots and storylines than would have been impossible through standard game development. 18 individual episodes were produced. Each was released between September and December 2016.
Main Features and Differences from the Series
Fans of Pokémon: Generations are likely to notice that there are some differences in regards to the animation of this version when compared to the 2013 anime film. However, most have observed that any discrepancies are negligible. One interesting feature is that each episode is between three and five minutes long while the trailers themselves provide in-depth previews. Many believe that shorter episodes allow players and fans to create their own backstories. Quality voice acting and impressive levels of action tend to round out this series.
Pokémon: Generations are obviously free to watch and download. In fact, the entire series is said to be directly available through YouTube. While all of the main characters are featured, some fans feel that the latter episodes lacked plot lines that stuck to the original concept. It is not yet known whether an updated series of Pokémon: Generations will be made available to the public.