Pokémon Scarlet Violet: “it swept five arenas on its own”, this Pokémon deemed too strong messes up the interest of this special game mode

Game news Pokémon Scarlet Violet: “it swept five arenas on its own”, this Pokémon deemed too strong messes up the interest of this special game mode

Available for almost a week, or even a week for those who were lucky enough to get it in advance, Pokémon Scarlet and Purple blows hot and cold among the community, even if a very large number agrees to say that, despite technical flaws and sometimes hilarious bugs, the adventure and the hunt for Pokémon are extremely fun. On the other, there is a fringe of the community, followers of the Nuzlocke mode, which rages because of a very specific Pokémon which comes to annihilate this very particular method of browsing the games of the license.

Summary

  • Bugs and technical flaws do not stop the rise of the 9G Pokémon
  • The exclusive Nintendo Switch offers one of the “cheatedest” starters, all games combined!

Bugs and technical flaws do not stop the rise of the 9G Pokémon

That’s it, the Pokémon tidal wave has descended on the Nintendo Switch with the introduction of the ninth generation of pocket creatures. And, as expected with the maddening scores of pre-orders in Japanit is a success beyond even expectations since we soon have enough fingers on our hands to count the total sales figures. It is moreover a safe bet that the mind-blowing score established in just three days has continued to increase during this week, especially since these new versions are particularly buzzing on social networks, and not necessarily in a positive way given compilations of bugs swarming the web !

Pokémon Scarlet Violet:

Decried, certainly, but amusing! If we do not take into account its technical shortcomings, we take pleasure in exploring the region of Paldéa as well as completing its Pokédex, all by carrying out one of the three possible paths or by varying between each of them. in turn. This is what awaits the vast majority of Pokémon players, while the most fond of challenges have already embarked on a game in “Nuzlocke” mode. Behind this barbaric name is a very particular way of playing which is based on precise rules (basic or optional) and which give a much more difficult dimension to the adventures of the different generations of games stamped Pokémon. However, there is a grain of sand which, according to one of the experts of this challenge “Nuzlocke”, would have come to stop this challenge if indeed we are brought to have it in our team, because it is about a representative of 9G whom we meet very very early on… if not to say right from the start!

The exclusive Nintendo Switch offers one of the “cheatedest” starters, all games combined!

Within the community of Pokémon players who are fans of the “Nuzlocke” challenge, there is a problem that is much debated and which was highlighted by a tweet from one of the big names in this discipline, namely PokemonChallenges (@pChalTV). In a few words, the “Nuzlocke” challenge submits a certain number of rules to you in order to make your game much more complicated. For example, within the basic rules, there is the rule of capture which “forces” you to capture only the first Pokemon you encounter in each area (and again, you can choose not to capture any). Or that of KO: if your faithful companion finds himself at 0 life points, you must release him or place him in a CP box and never touch him again. In addition to this draconian protocol, there are also other so-called “optional” rules.. Now back to the Pokémon of Discord.

If between Poussachat, Chochodile and Coiffeton, we already know the most popular of the trio, there is one who is already very badly seen by the community of Pokémon “Nuzlocke” players, and it is Chochodile, the fire starter. In its message, PokemonChallenges simply asks that it be banned so as not to destroy the Nuzlocke’s interest. Still according to him, he has no equal among the three starters of 9G, nor among previous generations of Pokémon. As he explains, Chochodile achieved ” to sweep five arenas single-handedly, as well as a member of the Council of 4 and the Master “, which would make it ” the most cheated starter in the history of Nuzlocke ». The player does not mince his words, but it would be in the interest of Nuzlocke which he defends with conviction, he who hopes that this rule will be adopted by the community. If it is therefore not the most popular, Chochodile would nevertheless be the strongest of this ninth generation, no offense to the owners of Poussachat and Coiffeton!


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