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Pokémon Sword and Shield is a dress-up game – Polygon

Pokémon Sword and Shield is a dress-up game – Polygon

Let me be honest here: I may have spent more time customizing my character in Pokémon Sword and Shield than perfecting my Pokémon lineup. My mom — the in-game one — gave me a few hundred bucks at the start of the game. The first thing I did was buy clothes. Sword and Shield has…
Pokémon Sword and Shield’s coolest towns are the most shallow – Polygon

Pokémon Sword and Shield’s coolest towns are the most shallow – Polygon

Spikemuth is hidden behind a cold, metal gate. The neon-lit town is run-down, dingy, and one of the most interesting places I’ve explored in a Pokémon game. The problem is that there’s almost nothing to it aside from its aesthetic — there’s more to do in some filler routes in Pokémon Sword and Shield than…

Pokémon Sword and Shield unveils Gigantamax Snorlax, available December – Eurogamer.net

There's a new Gigantamax Pokémon coming to Sword and Shield in December - an even bigger, hulking version of OG chonk Snorlax.Gigantamax Snorlax is so big he's like a small island. Grass and shrubbery grow around the edges of his belly. An entire berry tree sits proudly on top.It's the first time we've seen Gigantamax…
Pokémon Sword and Shield: How to get a Gigantamax Snorlax – Polygon

Pokémon Sword and Shield: How to get a Gigantamax Snorlax – Polygon

I’ll just say it: Snorlax is the best Gigantamax Pokémon of the bunch. In Pokémon Sword and Shield, Pokémon have the ability to transform into massive versions of themselves, called Dynamax and Gigantamax. Dynamax Pokémon are just really, really big, but Gigantamax Pokémon are big and change form. For Snorlax, he’s grown from a sleepy,…
Pokémon Sword and Shield guide: How to EV train – Polygon

Pokémon Sword and Shield guide: How to EV train – Polygon

Pokémon Sword and Shield offers a lot of ways to EV train your Pokémon. EVs, or effort values, are bonus stats Pokémon gain through various methods. These can add a hefty amount of stat points to your Pokémon, so if you’re interested in taking on the Battle Tower or participating in competitive online battles, you’ll…
Pokémon Sword and Shield guide: How to check EVs and IVs – Polygon

Pokémon Sword and Shield guide: How to check EVs and IVs – Polygon

Pokémon Sword and Shield lets your check your Pokémon’s IVs and EVs fairly easily. But first you need to know what those even mean! IVs, or Individual Values, help determines a Pokémon’s stats. A Pokémon with high attack IVs will end up doing more damage than a Pokémon with lower attack IVs, even if they’re…
Pokémon: Sword and Shield’s Lampent is not OK – Polygon

Pokémon: Sword and Shield’s Lampent is not OK – Polygon

After generations of Pokémon games, the community is finally coming to its senses over Pokémon Sword and Shield’s version of the creepy lamp-ghost Pokémon, Lampent. In a recent post on the Gaming subreddit, user sycoskater pointed out some alarming subtext surrounding the sentient lamp. Lampent’s Pokédex description reads: “It lurks in the cities, pretending to…
In Pokémon Sword and Shield, Gigantamax Gengar is literally a portal to the afterlife – Polygon

In Pokémon Sword and Shield, Gigantamax Gengar is literally a portal to the afterlife...

I am always conflicted by Gengar. He is cute and round with short legs — sort of like my dog. I want to squeeze him and hug him but I’m also terrified by him. There is something sinister hiding behind his smile. As it turns out, it’s literally a portal to the afterlife. In Pokémon…
Pokémon Sword and Shield: How to evolve Sinistea – iMore

Pokémon Sword and Shield: How to evolve Sinistea – iMore

If you've been watching the lead-up to Pokémon Sword and Shield's release, at some point, you may have caught a glimpse of Sinistea, an adorable ghost-type Pokémon that's literally just a ghost haunting an old teacup. This somewhat-rare, elusive creature is not only difficult to find and capture, but it also has a very specific…
Pokémon Sword & Shield: Every Single Gigantamax Pokémon – TheGamer

Pokémon Sword & Shield: Every Single Gigantamax Pokémon – TheGamer

Gigantamax Pokémon are by far some of the most fun species in Pokémon Sword & Shield. Only certain Pokémon can Gigantamax, increasing their size and stats drastically for three turns and making their moves highly specialized and devastating. Below is a list of every single Gigantamax Pokémon currently available. Gigantamax Charizard Via: bulbapedia.bulbagarden.net Attacks shift…

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Nobody:Not a single person:Like literally nobody ever:Not even the aliens in Area 51:Fortnite: Lets nerf 90s— Ninja (@Ninja) August 27, 2019One day game developers will realize that you can't protect noobs from getting bopped. You add ranked, people will smurf. You separate casual and ranked, ppl will just go bot farm in casuals. You try…

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