Pokémon Scarlet and Violet Are Full of Glaring Technical Problems

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Pokémon Scarlet and Violet’s review embargo has lifted, and as it ticks over to November 18 around the world, folks are beginning to get access to them. Which means everyone is now able to see an extremely unfortunate, glaring issue with the games: they run very, very poorly.

We covered this in our review in progress, and there’s a lot more to the game that we discuss in there, but here’s a quick excerpt summarizing the issues we specifically ran into:

The framerate is all over the place,…

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