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June 17, 2020 1 min read
Pokemon Sword and Shield were a pair of polarizing games, weren't they?
Despite my complaints with them, I ended up finishing both, netting a full living Pokedex. Yet, during those lengthy journeys I noticed some of this generation's biggest mechanical issues, juxtaposed against the beautiful new perspective that allowed the world of Pokemon to sing on an aesthetic level.
The game's first big DLC, Isle of Armor, doesn't fundamentally fix those aforementioned problems, but it does give people an excuse to dive back in again.
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