Pokémon Scarlet/Purple: Faced with the disastrous state of the game, Nintendo makes this radical decision

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On Friday, November 18, the Scarlet and Purple versions of Pokémon were released. Open world, 9th generation, cooperation, these versions had it all. Unfortunately, its deplorable technical aspect ruins the immersion of many players. to make this radical decision. 

Pokémon Scarlet/Purple: facing the state of ;sastrous of the game, Nintendo takes this radical decision

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That's it! several versions that the Pokémon franchise is on a downward slope. The versions multiply for the saga, the critics also. After the absence of Sword and Shield National Pokédex, the poorly received Diamond graphical overhaul Sparkling and Pearl Sparkling, and the technical setbacks of Pokémon Legends: Arceus, many fans of the franchise were amazed by the the plethora of technical issues plaguing the Ecarlate and Purple versions. good ideas in the title, the problems are far too many to be excused. 

Pokémon Scarlet/Purple: Facing the Disastrous State of the Game, Nintendo makes this drastic decision

Players feel more like cows than ever before. milk and complaints have never been also audible. Despite all, Pokémon Scarlet/Purpleare the most pre-ordered versions of the franchise. Expected versions with fresh ideas that deserve to be technically more accomplished. For several days, the bad press has multiplied for Nintendo, Game Freak and The Pokémon Company, singled out for this fiasco. And while the announcement of a possible patch is still waiting, Nintendo seems to find itself with its back to the wall, forced to to take a drastic decision. 

Pokémon Scarlet/Purple: Faced with the disastrous state of the game, Nintendo makes this drastic decision

As reported; several Internet users, Nintendo would have accepted; refund requests for games purchased on its eShop. An extremely rare case, the Japanese publisher not having the habit of responding favorably to this kind of request. But the present case being extreme, it seems that Nintendo is going with the angry players to try to soften their anger. On Reddit, testimonies of the genre flourish. 

If you purchased this game on the Nintendo eShop, you can call for a refund. The number is 1 (855) 559-5568. They said it would be a one-time exception. their digital refund policy, and I technically pre-ordered the game since I bought it a day before its release. Also, after saying refund was possible, they also informed me. about the existence of third-party review sites and advised me to consult them before buying à; the future. It's almost like saying that the Nintendo and Pokemon brands are no longer the hallmark of quality. they were before. It's really sad, but at least I got my money back.

To request a refund for your game, it's simple: just contact support from Nintendo and claim your refund. Nintendo gives the green light, a confirmation email will be sent to you. The game will then be deleted. from your console. Please note that depending on your region, the process may be more difficult than expected. Indeed, American players would find it easier to play. to get reimbursed than Australian players for example. To see if where; France is in everything ça. What is certain is that the unhappy players have not finished making themselves heard as long as the technical problems of the Scarlet and Pokemon Violet will not be solved.