While Pokémon Scarlet & Violet have been a tremendous success for Nintendo around the world, their release was highly scandalous due to a myriad of technical deficiencies. In fact, the controversy was so great that Nintendo, characterized by its secrecy in circumstances like this, had to come forward and apologize to the users. The problems have not been fully resolved and Nintendo once again offered an apology.
It’s been almost 2.5 months since the debut of Pokemon Scarlet & Violet, but there are technical issues and other bugs still in the game. Despite this, Game Freak continues to work to fix them and meanwhile an important member of Nintendo was questioned about the lesson he learned from this.
The executive in question is Susan Pennefather, who holds the position of manager of Nintendo of Canada. In an interview with the Financial Post, she began to address the question with an apology similar to the one Nintendo offered nearly 2 weeks after the scandalous release of both titles.
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Nintendo once again acknowledged problems with Pokémon Scarlet & Violet
Pennefather refers that Nintendo apologizes “deeply” for the problems related to the titles and reconfirmed that The Pokémon Company is working on more updates to improve the experience.
“You know, we deeply apologize. Because it’s very important to give players a positive experience with our games, and when that doesn’t happen we take it very seriously. What I can say is that player feedback has been taken very seriously. seriously. And we’re working on improvements to these games,” Pennefather said.
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Although it is appreciated that there is more communication from Nintendo, the truth is that it is an echo of the company’s original message; After all, Nintendo of America is just a division of Nintendo and Pokémon Scarlet & Violet’s problems are more the province of Game Freak and The Pokémon Company (which Nintendo owns in a third party).
There are still issues in the games and unfortunately there are no more detailed plans to fix them, although Game Freak has released a couple of unannounced updates to implement improvements.
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Pokémon Scarlet & Violet are available exclusively for Nintendo Switch. You can find more about them if you visit their file or if you consult our written review.
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