Four Things To Make Pokémon X and Pokémon Y Perfect

Published on October 20th, 2013 by Eric Weichhart
Pokemon X and Y Journey
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Everybody loves Pokémon. In this six generation Pokémon game, there are a lot of changes. One of the main changes in the game is the Play Search System, the perfect feature for ‘forever alone’ players. There are also a lot of new features, like Super Training, Pokémon Amie, Sky Battles, Horde Battles, Mega Evolutions, Character Customization, etc.

The game might have all of these wonderful features, however, it’s not perfect. There are a lot of reasons behind it, however, I will make this easy and list four of the most important things that can make Pokémon X/Y closer to perfection.

Pokemon X and Y Friends Walking

1. 3D in overworld
Yes, the 3D effect is not present in most of the game and it is annoying because you will have the 3D effect in battle or in short cinematic parts which can cause headaches for certain individuals. Of course, this is for 3DS and 3DS XL owners, because Nintendo 2DS owners do not have the 3D option.

Pokemon X and Y Game Sync

2. More servers
So you’re playing and you want to Sync your profile. You will save your data or go to the “Game Sync” option, and you’ll see that there is too much traffic in the servers. Now, the only option you have is to wait just to sync your profile.

Pokemon X and Y Battle

3. Fix lagging
Either it be the physical or digital copy of the game, you will notice lag at times while playing. There is a frame drop when you’re playing with the 3D effect and it’s bigger if there is double camera. This is really bad for a game of this level, but I think it will be fixed later with an update.

Pokemon Amie Pikachu

4. Better Pokémon Amie
You may love Pokémon Amie, but I think it’s incomplete. It would have been awesome if you could interact with more than one Pokémon at a time, and it would have saved players more time when trying to make their Pokémon happy.

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About Eric Weichhart

Eric enjoys playing video games in his 3DS XL and Wii U. Platform, puzzles and RPG are his favorites. He doesn't care if a game is 1080p or 720p, it only needs to be fun.