Pokémon Scarlet and Violet Review


Pokémon Scarlet and Violet reviewed by Rebekah Valentine on Nintendo Switch.

Discovering and catching charming monsters throughout an unlimited open world with an really good story is basically enjoyable. But it’s utterly inconceivable to play Scarlet and Violet and not discover no less than some efficiency points, and not simply framerate issues: these video games actively crash, disconnect, and break in extremely distracting methods mainly the entire time.

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  1. The difference between this review and sword and shield wasn't that this game was worse, its cause they waited for other people to review first so its unanimously bad. And they got a different reviewer. This is a fair review score but its better than sword and shield, which IGN gave a 9.3 and said these same exact problems were NITPICKS. So leave it your opinion to how accurate their reivews are. The reviewer here also literally "is pulling their hair out" because they KNOW its bad but can't ignore it. The bias for this series is ASTOUNDING.

  2. It feels like it’s move to become FULLY OPEN WORLD was only done BEGRUDGINGLY.. There’s always been a sort of Negative Conformation Bias Ecochamber over at Nintendo whenever the topic of truly trying to innovate & Reinvent the Pokémon RPG Formula Nintendo always pushes back against going all the way with such ideas. So when the inevitable negative response starts flooding in Nintendo will take as confirmation that US THE CUSTOMERS DON’T WANT TRUELY FULL ON OPEN WORLD POKÉMON GAMES.. Because in Nintendo’s eyes if a gaming design blueprint is super financially lucrative THEN DON’T CHANGE IT AT ALL!.. 🤨

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