The Problem With Pokémon Crimson and Crimson for Nintendo Switch – Newszone

The Problem With Pokémon Crimson and Crimson for Nintendo Switch - Newszone

The game can score with new features. But fans aren’t entirely convinced.

The new Pokémon games “Crimson” and “Purple” have been released recently for the Nintendo Switch. But what are the new versions really good for?

In the game you go to an academy from where you can start one of three different adventures. The new Paldia region is an open world. This means that for the first time in a Pokémon game, it is possible to freely explore the world and catch Pokémon anywhere in the wild. The gameplay has also changed a lot: for example, your Pokémon follows you everywhere and automatically battles wild monsters in the area.


… A problem with the Pokémon games has been and remains the graphics, which the news site “derStandard” criticizes, for example. In games, failures often appear that are already being discussed on the Internet:

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Poor graphics are often blamed by technical level people on the not so good computing power of consoles. However, a comparison with other Switch games shows that this is not true. For example, here is a comparison with the game “Xenoblade Chronicles 3”:

“Switch is not powerful enough!” pokemon vs xenoblade:

Fans of the Pokémon series have therefore been speculating whether Nintendo and GameFreak may have saved on development. Only the future will tell if future “Pocket Monster” games will have better graphics quality.

You can watch a video of the gameplay here:

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