May 26, 2021 at 3:30 p.m.
Nintendo and The PokÃ © mon Company could have turned up the heat by teasing a PokÃ © mon Direct all week, or even waited until E3, but ultimately played the surprise announcement card by unveiling the release dates of the games. three upcoming Pokémon games expected on Switch.
Remakes of the 2006 Nintendo DS episodes, Sparkling PokÃ © mon Diamond and Sparkling Pearl PokÃ © mon will be released on November 19, 2021, a date that does not deviate from the calendar habits of the franchise. We are reminded that the original plot has been faithfully reproduced and that several features have been modernized to welcome fans in a breeze of nostalgia and newness.
But the real novelty will nonetheless be embodied by Pokémon Legends: Arceus, this attempt to tip the franchise into the deep end of open-world action-RPG. Previously announced for early 2022, this title set in Sinnoh’s past will be available worldwide on January 28, 2022, just two months after the release of the remakes.
The covers of these titles were also unveiled. Those of the remakes give pride of place to the legendary Pokémon Dialga and Palkia while that of Pokémon Arceus highlights Crowned Mountain which overlooks the vast expanses of the Sinnoh region of yesteryear.
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Nintendo and The PokÃ © mon Company could have turned the heat up on a PokÃ © mon Direct all week, or even waited for E3, but ultimately played the surprise announcement card early on. hiding the release dates of the next three Pokémon games expected on Switch.
Remakes of the 2006 Nintendo DS episodes, Sparkling PokÃ © mon Diamond and Sparkling Pearl PokÃ © mon will be released on November 19, 2021, a date that does not deviate from the calendar habits of the franchise. We are reminded that the original plot has been faithfully reproduced and that several features have been modernized to welcome fans in a breath of nostalgia and newness. © genuine novelty â ?? ¦
Looking at the date of Pokémon Legends, clearly I think they’ve kinda missed out on it. and that the product is not at all what people imagine.
AT?? in my opinion, have to rely more on a small spin off, mystery dongon style, more than its a big license revival that everyone is waiting for.
No, it can stick, it’s two different studios that take care of the titles. ILCA for the Diamond and Pearl remakes and Game Freak for Pokémon Legends. Not that I have a lot of hope for the latter given what Game Freak has given us on Sword and Shield, but hey Â¯_ (ã ????) _ / AT
Honestly seen the face of what they showed a few months ago, I doubt it.
What we saw on the video, it honestly looked like the prototype gameplay loop you can create next to it. to show the potential of the game, before entering the production phaseâ ?? ¦
Especially since making an open-world requires real tech, and an investment in tool and engine. So unless they switched to Unreal or whatever, I doubt the engine they’re using has the backbone to support such a dev. without a significant investment.
Funny choice on the gamefreak side, I understand and I find it honorable to want to stay on small projects, but at this point it should really be aimed at projects with more indie-oriented scopes, we would probably have much more interesting stuff.
Pokemon Colosseum was November 2003 and fire red and leaf green January 2004. Indeed, having two different studios helps a lot.
Then you have to see the head of your open world. The goal will clearly not be to compete with the Zelda but we will anyway be much closer to what the sword and shield expansions offer with surely a larger map but which will be just worthy of … an open world Ps2.
Enough okay, it smells like cash grab, again if there was a new trailer with it to reassure but the… it stinks
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