Pokémon Scarlet and Violet review – the ambition is betrayed by the performance

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An interesting reworking of the traditional Pokémon gameplay for an open-world setting brought low by its lifeless environments and graphics.


As a young fan, my dream Pokémon game contained three important features – returning to an old region like in Pokémon Gold, Silver and Crystal, destroying buildings with Mewtwo and escaping the chains of the route system, so I could explore a region to its very core. While I’m begrudgingly coming to terms with the fact that an…

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