Cheap learning is also present in Pokémon Shining Diamond and Shining Pearl: Experience Share is always on
We mentioned talking about the improvements and facilities featured in Pokémon Shining Diamond and Shining Pearl, but perhaps the situation of the Share Experience it might not go down at all. The news comes from the site Serebii by Joe Merrick, who echoed the gameplay offered by Game Informer with an update on the features present in the game. Among these stands out the modern version of the tool, which still remains among the most competitive players controversial. As we have seen in Sword and Shield, in fact, the tool cannot be deactivated.
Experience pays off in Pokémon Shining Diamond and Shining Pearl, but not when you share it
For the uninitiated, the Share Experience contributes to the fame of Pokémon as a “light role-playing game”, if you like, thanks to the simplifications of the conventions of the genre that we will also be able to enjoy in Shining Diamond and Shining Pearl. The tool in question in fact bestows experience points to all six Pokémon in the team, regardless of their presence on the battlefield. Those who prefer to train them the old way, of course, tend to make only the member of the group who needs to gain experience fighting, given the advantages this brings in the competitive sector.
Serebii Update: Previews for Pokémon Brilliant Diamond & Shining Pearl have been released revealing details including the addition of auto-save, Pokémon Storage details and Exp Share being active from the start. Details @ https://t.co/gDbXkHSvkT pic.twitter.com/UGMeJcET5q
— Serebii.net (@ SerebiiNet) October 13, 2021
The hard core of professional players had already been felt at the end of the last one Pokémon Presents, which clarified how much Spada and Scudo remain the main theater of the championships. However, the biggest detractors of the tool’s apparent “forced” functionality rather point the finger in the direction of the main series challenge rate. In this regard, among the improvements we have the various reminders on the effectiveness of the types in battle, constant access to the PC and automatic saves. A small regression, however, apparently lies in the return to disposable technical machines. We will know more later.
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