- Oct 25, 2017
I'm guessing these expansions will look just as unattractive as the base game.
The original Mystery Dungeon games were only two versions because Red Rescue Team came out at the end of the Gameboy Advance lifecycle and Blue Rescue Team came out at the start of the Nintendo DS lifecycle.
The Pokemon models seems to be the same models used in the mainline games with a different shader so I wouldn't be shocked if the DS entires of Mystery Dungeon get remade for the Switch.
Yeah... no. Omohri is not directing the expansion passes so it wouldn't have been in the main game.
That's what I keep thinking. I assume that was the point if adding a new Legendary Pokemon. But in hindsight, you could just feed all the Pokemon candies to max them out in a instant.Sure. I have no idea how they will balance out the new continents for people who have 100 lvl pokemon already and will sweep through the whole new continent. Also it feels like they are releasing cut content from what was supposed to be in the game in the first place.
I don't know why many fans buys their BS excuses really.
Of course that's what they mean. It's not a "pass" if there's only one piece of content.
You're missing or ignoring my point.
There is nothing to miss - i dont think they changed from a 3rd version to a Expansion Pass because of people complaining about the game. It likely was always planned to have a Expansion Pass, it fits in the strategy of Nintendos first party releases and they said thats something the have been working towards.
It's only 30 dollars each if you want an expansion pass for both Sword and Shield.
A literal regression of online features for one. A fully controllable camera only in a single area of the game, as if it's some vastly idea that needs to be tested that hasn't been staple almost every other 3D game since literally before R/B released . And then the technical issues revolving (the stated reason) that this is their first time working on modern hardware
I was joking, mate. Sorry for not making it clearer.A literal regression of online features for one. A fully controllable camera only in a single area of the game, as if it's some vastly idea that needs to be tested that hasn't been staple almost every other 3D game since literally before R/B released . And then the technical issues revolving (the stated reason) that this is their first time working on modern hardware
A higher-up gave a response, the world reacted, it impacted team morale (to an "all-time" low), said decision was reconsidered (and I'm sure financially re-evaluated), and here we are. Things can change, and had they announced this any earlier it would have seemed odd. "You actually can use all of these Pokemon! Once Pokemon Home comes out and you transfer them from an older game! So not for quite a few months! Sorry!"
the game had two years of development, they should have taken more time instead of rushing it out. It's dissapointing but at least it's dlc instead of a full release.
I mean some people noticed that unlike previous games that got a third version where the third legendary is just kind of there, Eternatus not only is part of the Story but also has an Exclusive form
I feel you forget that the first 100 will become available in June and other 100 in the Fall so the fact that they said that it would take time still applies
But hey guys that means they'll have everything ready to go for the next Switch games! Right?.... Right...??