Either Squeak or Super Star Ultra. If he/she insists on touch controls go with Canvas Curse, Mass Attack has a slightly higher learning curve.
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Meh it's not like that's going to change the score one bit. Damage has been done.
Last I heard traditional JRPGs aren't as popular anymore, even in native Japan. There's still new ones coming out, but the flow is much slower.
Probably sometime into next year. After the quality stuff is all out the library will taper into a bunch of licensed and toy-based games until the 3DS install base is more considerable. Hey, it happens to every console.
There are pre-made microgames too (about 100) in addition to all the original content, they're all made using the same simple programming the game teaches you. You can take them apart and see the commands and dummies that make it run properly too.
1. A console Pokemon RPG would never be able to trade between systems or let you train Pokemon on the go whenever you feel like it, both of which are the heart and soul of the handheld games.
2. Pokemon Stadium and Battle Revolution are all spinoffs (battle simulators and nothing more), why do no one ever learn.
-Move tutors, ESPECIALLY to be able to teach Shell Smash to the Oshawott line. Such a wasted opportunity.
-A more fleshed out Battle Subway with more gimmick modes (rental and roulette from Gen 4 were really fun)
-Some more cities and routes to explore
-A few non-Gen 5 Pokemon in Champion's team. You can only battle him post-game, so why not? (I'm fine with the pre-completion Gen 5 only restriction though, that was refreshing for a change)
-Ability to rebattle Gym Leaders
-THE FRIGGIN VS. SEEKER
Final Fantasy Tactics A2: Grimoire of the Rift. Watch the hours fly by :D