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Big whoop. Catch a new pokemon or play the old ones again. They're not obligated to cater exclusively to the obsessive adult fanbase who refuse to accept anything new or different.
The way I see it, Dynamax is their solution to effectively give every single available Pokemon the equivalent of a Mega Evolution rather than only giving a small percentage (26 Pokemon, or 3.214% of the Gen 7 National dex, to be exact). They tried to do this with Z-moves in Gen 7 as well, but how exactly are they going to explain Z-moves in SwSh? Unlike Megas, Z-moves were explicitly tied to the story of Necrozma, even if it was very subtle. So not only did they do it for balance reasons, they did it because it fits the narrative.
Yeah, it's going to suck not being able to use Mega Charizard X or Flyinium Z Landorus-T or whatnot, but if it creates a more level competitive playing field then I'm all for it. I mean, just look what happened when Mega Rayquaza, Mega Lucario, Mega Kangaskhan, Mega Gengar, and Mega Salamence were introduced; the only ways to level out the playing field was to either make everything else stupidly broken, or remove the broken elements. Adding Dynamax and removing Megas and Z-moves, as I see it, was the middle ground between those two extremes.
And those complaining about mot being able to transfer certain species to SwSh, you're acting as if SwSh are going to be the last games in the series. I'm willing to bet that in November 2020 when Sinnoh Remakes or whatever gets released that finally allow you to use your precious Kommo-O or Bidoof, you'll forget all about this; after all, they had to make it possible to migrate those Pokemon over to Pokemon Home for a reason besides just leaving them there to rot.
I mean, I'm not gonna beat around the bush here. From my point of view this all just looks like the internet's usual outrage over nothing. Let's be brutally honest: There's what, 800+ pokemon by now? With more new ones on the way? I'm willing to bet money that out of those 800 pokemon, every single player has at bare minimum 500-600 of them that they do not give a soft-boiled shit about. Nobody carries the same investment for each and every single pokemon. If they didn't announce this and just left, say, 100 pokemon out of the base game without telling anyone I bet it'd be months before anyone even noticed.
It is unquestionably not as big of a deal as it's being made out to be. Eventually Pokemon was always going to grow too big to keep including everything in every game. They're trimming the fat instead of wasting time, money, and resources on content that they already know that no player was ever going to bother with anyway, and I don't see why that's being viewed as a negative.
And it's like I'm the only one not upset by this film.
As someone put it: "Its too benign". It doesn't look impressive, but people are absolutely flipping out about it. I mean, c'mon >..< chill the fuck out. There's worse.
It feels like the typical hate/hype train bandwagon, really:followers said:famous person said:This movie looks like shit!This movie looks like shit!
Yeah, skinny Robotnik is really messing with my brain. I love Jim as much as the next person, but hoo boy, this is really stretching the limits here.
My problem with the designs is the hypocritical double standards. Their reason for completely covering up the women and removing all of their sexuality is because it's to be "mature" and "realistic' (they're exact words). At the same time majority of the males have either their pecs on display for no reason or are outright shirtless.They're making it eSports friendly. Remember when someone was playing R.Mika(or Cammy, I can't remember) and the event manager made them change the character's main costume to another with no butt showing? It's smater on their end, even if their excuse is super dumb.
Do the 2d stand things (someone tell me what they are called) confirm Cham Cham, Iroha, Mina and Rimururururu as dlc characters?