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This, pretty much. It'll be fun to keep up with, at least. Watch a playthrough if you have to.
That's all I am doing. Giving money for these games is just not in my list of plans, especially since this is how GF is going forward. I'll still keep up with the new Mons snd what they've changed via Vids and Wiki info, considering those literally tell you everything anyway.
The year is 2019 and we're getting another generation of Pokémon. However, as you may or may not know, Sword & Shield are looking to be the most disappointing game if not the worst game in the series. Like honestly, a lot of features such as Mega Evolutions, Z-Moves, and over half the Pokémon are getting cut out for the sake of "balance" and to make "higher quality animations and models". However, everything we've seen up to this point appears to be a lie and even if there is some truth to this, it's still completely unacceptable that a Pokémon Switch game has less content and looks outdated than its 3DS counterparts. And because it's likely that Pokétubers and "reviewers" are going to keep bootlicking Game Freak and give them a pass on their incompetence, the games are still gonna sell well and Game Freak are going to keep thinking that they don't need to improve. Because of that, I'm quitting Pokémon and you should too. If they're not going to improve or think that they need to improve and keep giving you the same mediocrity year after year then they are not worth your time or money. Good day and goodbye Pokémon, until you improve I'll move on to other games.
They even got rid of the MachBike, Contests, Pokathelon, Horde Battles, Rotation battles...
Geez, if I didn't know any better I would think they are just making different gimmicks for each generation...
My point is, it's pointless to make quitting topics because chances are you're gonna buy the game anyway. If not this then the next one. If you do succeed great, but we're not gonna hear from you anymore to know about it.
That's not true at all. I haven't played Final Fantasy since 13 and I still go and express my (unfavorable) opinions about new ones when they come out.