In order to accomplish it's objective, the game uses bad urban grammar with constant usage of hip-hop terms. Most characters of the game are also african, and the towns were switched for suburbian contemporary ghettos. However, the game does not seek to associate american black culture with crime, so there are no references to drugs, crime, rape, among other disfunctional behaviour.
Still, many protest agaisnt the realease of this game, claiming it is essentially racist by relating black culture to ghettos, and for the obvious reason of labeling black people in certain ways, as well as it's porpouse being racist itself.
Nintendo responded by saying: "We do not wish to offend black people in any way, and are aware that their culture is not reduced to what is represented in our game. Our game's feautures and black-urban design were only made to catch most young and teenage african-americans' attention. Plus, we are planning on realeasing a Pokemon White Version, as to not discriminate."
Whatever the view on this game, one cannot it ignore it's inherent controversy.
Rumours also hold that Snoop Dog is the Elite Four leader in this game.
Educated Black Person: I'm not, since that game is racist and politically correct at the same time. It sickens me.
It's partner Pokemon - White Version will be pretty much the same thing, with a few version exclusives and a couple extra cutscenes that don't really matter.
It hasn't been confirmed yet if these are the official titles of the new games or not, but lately the U.S. has been copying Japan word for word and product for product.
There was never any doubt of the Pokewalker being included with HeartGold or SoulSilver and i don't see why there should have been.
Only two Pokemon up to this point have been announced.
Zoroa and it's evolved form Zoaroark. They are dark types and and resemble a fox / fox on legs.
White Guy : Koo, niggah i be buyin' dat Pokemon - Black Version yo.