Pokemon Sword and Shield attracts its fair share of negativity despite not being launched in November.
The upcoming Pokemon sequel was recently given a November 15 release date exclusively on the Nintendo Switch.
The game features lots of new features and a new generation of Pokemon, not to mention a whole new location loosely based on the UK.
But despite the new additions, the Sword and Shield developer Game Freak has been criticized for not including any previous Pokemon in the game.
According to producer Junichi Masuda, support for each Pokemon would have been difficult due to the higher quality animations required for the new release.
However, Pokemon fans apparently consider a new video submitted by MysticSong. error in that argument.
The video apparently shows that Game Freak reuses some animations from the 3DS release.
Check out the video below to break down the animation issue. 9659009] It is a convincing argument, such as. Bunnelby, Machoke, Pikachu and Wingull all seem to use the same animations.
It is even claimed that the giant Dynamax Pokemon shares the same animations as before, only slowed down.
Maybe the Game Freak can improve the animations at the time Pokemon Sword and Pokemon Shield are finally launched.
Nintendo revealed more about some of the new Pokemon under a recent stream, including the Legendary Pocket Monster Zacian and Zamazenta.
The aforementioned Dynamaxing feature was also announced, which converts Pocket Monsters into large animals with more powerful special movements.
New starter Pokemon includes a chimpanzee called Grookey, a rabbit called Scorbunny and a watercourse known as Sobble.
"The adventure begins in Pokemon Sword and Pokemon Shield when players choose one of three new Pokemon Grookey, Scorbunny or Sobble," Nintendo previously revealed. "
" G rookey, a Grass-type Chimp Pokemon, is vicious and full of limitless curiosity. Bursting with energy, Scorbunny, a fire-type rabbit Pokemon, always runs around. The ugly Sobble, a Water-type Lizard Pokemon, shoots out attacks as it hides in water. "