Pokémon Sword And Shield, Persona 5 Scramble, And Minecraft Top Famitsu Sales Chart

The sales numbers are in, and it looks like Famitsu is topped by Pokémon Sword and Shield. Nevertheless, Persona 5 Scramble: The Phantom Strikers and Minecraft snag second and third place. Continue reading “Pokémon Sword And Shield, Persona 5 Scramble, And Minecraft Top Famitsu Sales Chart”

Yakuza: Like A Dragon Tops Famitsu Sales Chart

When it comes to Famitsu and its recent charts, the dominant beast that usually comes out on top every week, Pokémon Sword and Shield, sits at the number three spot. However, it looks like there’s a new leader this time spanning from January 13th to January 19th, 2020. Continue reading “Yakuza: Like A Dragon Tops Famitsu Sales Chart”

Pokémon Sword And Shield Set New Famitsu Top Seller Record

No matter the number of people opposing Pokémon Sword and Shield and the problems found in the two games, sales are keeping the pair up just fine thanks to normies. As a matter of fact, it is reported that the two are the longest-reigning Famitsu chart toppers to date. Continue reading “Pokémon Sword And Shield Set New Famitsu Top Seller Record”

Pokemon Sword and Shield Announces Game Pass, New and Returning Pokemon

The saga that lead to Sword and Shield’s current state was a long and complex set of circumstances involving rights, clashing corporate interests, and passions of developers coming together to create the end result we have today. Regardless of whose side you take in the matter it cannot be denied that at the end of the day it was players who had to endure a less than stellar product missing a vast amount of the Pokemon database. Continue reading “Pokemon Sword and Shield Announces Game Pass, New and Returning Pokemon”

Pokémon Sword And Shield Top Famitsu Sales Chart

The only chart where Call of Duty: Modern Warfare or FIFA 20 don’t dominate the ranks is the Famitsu sales chart. However, a game just as controversial as the two, Pokémon Sword and Shield, is topping the list in physical sales for the week ending December 22nd, 2019. Continue reading “Pokémon Sword And Shield Top Famitsu Sales Chart”

Pokemon Company Granted Permission To Subpoena 4chan, Discord Over Pokemon Sword, Shield Leaks

Pokemon Subpoena

The Pokemon Company has reportedly been granted the ability to move forward with a subpoena on 4chan to find out the identity of the person who leaked the Pokemon Sword and Pokemon Shield content, which resulted in a public backlash against developer Game Freak, the makers of the Pokemon titles. Continue reading “Pokemon Company Granted Permission To Subpoena 4chan, Discord Over Pokemon Sword, Shield Leaks”

Call Of Duty: Modern Warfare, Star Wars Jedi: Fallen Order, And Pokémon Sword Are Ukie’s Top Three

The UK top games are in for the week ending November 23rd, 2019, and it looks like titles such as Call of Duty: Modern Warfare, Star Wars Jedi: Fallen Order, and Pokémon Sword are the top three games on the Ukie’s chart. Continue reading “Call Of Duty: Modern Warfare, Star Wars Jedi: Fallen Order, And Pokémon Sword Are Ukie’s Top Three”

Pokemon Sword And Shield White Nessa Mod Available For Download

Pokemon Sword and Shield - White Nessa

Nintendo and Game Freak managed to capture quite the attention (for better and for worse) with the release of Pokemon Sword and Shield. The game has its fair share of troubles, as well as highlights. One of those highlights has been Nessa, a very popular new character added to the franchise, but some people saw some imperfections with the character and decided to improve her where the designers may have had a misstep in her design. Continue reading “Pokemon Sword And Shield White Nessa Mod Available For Download”

Pokémon Sword And Shield Worldwide Sales Surpass 6 Million During Launch Week

Despite the backlash leading up to Nintendo and Game Freak’s Pokémon Sword and Pokémon Shield release, the two games’ sales seem to have topped six million units worldwide. According to a tweet from the official Pokemon game account, Pokémon Sword and Pokémon Shield are now among the fastest-selling Switch titles in the wild. Continue reading “Pokémon Sword And Shield Worldwide Sales Surpass 6 Million During Launch Week”

Dataminers Reportedly Claim Pokemon Sword And Shield Are Using Old Models

Pokemon Scandal

Fans of Pokemon have been in an uproar lately regarding various statements made by GameFreak that haven’t quite panned out. Specifically, there were reports circulating that the team had to scale back on the amount of Pokemon featured in Pokemon Sword and Pokemon Shield for the Nintendo Switch due to the art team having to completely redo all of the models from scratch. Fans were disappointed but understood that it requires a lot of work to build hundreds of new HD models from the ground up and animate each and every one of them. However, dataminers who got their hands on leaked copies of Pokemon Sword and Shield are showing images that claim that GameFreak is actually using the old models from the Nintendo 3DS versions of the game. Continue reading “Dataminers Reportedly Claim Pokemon Sword And Shield Are Using Old Models”

Pokemon Sword And Shield Fan Artist Besieged By Criticism From SJWs For Not Drawing Nessa Darker

A Japanese fan-artist decided to take a crack at the new Pokemon trainer Nessa, drawing her under different lighting circumstances that caused her to look lighter than usual. This became a peeve for the perpetually perturbed, and they decided to make their displeasure known to the artist. Continue reading “Pokemon Sword And Shield Fan Artist Besieged By Criticism From SJWs For Not Drawing Nessa Darker”

Pokemon Sword And Shield Won’t Have All 1,000 Pokemon Because Making Them Would Be Too Hard, Says Dev

Pokemon Sword and Shield

In an interview with Famitsu, Junichi Masuda and Shigeru Ohmori revealed that Pokemon Sword and Pokemon Shield will only contain Pokemon from the Galar region. Why? Because adding all 1,000+ Pokemon to the game would be too hard, according to them. Continue reading “Pokemon Sword And Shield Won’t Have All 1,000 Pokemon Because Making Them Would Be Too Hard, Says Dev”

Mexican Newspaper Mistakenly Announced Pokemon Gun

Proving that you’ve really got to be careful about what you read and believe on the internet, a Mexican newspaper recently reported on the announcement of new Pokemon games for the Nintendo Switch, including a fan-made image for the fictional Pokemon Gun. Continue reading “Mexican Newspaper Mistakenly Announced Pokemon Gun”

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