New Pokémon Snap – The Final Preview

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IGN published this video item, entitled “New Pokémon Snap – The Final Preview” – below is their description.

Over two decades after the original Pokémon Snap, New Pokémon Snap seems poised to prove that seeing Pokémon interact in the wild is still really dang neat.

New Pokémon Snap arrives over two decades after its immediate predecessor and has those many years’ worth of thoughts, feelings, and visions of the Pokémon world to reckon with — plus, like, almost 800 more Pokémon. Since its predecessor, the mainline games have moved solidly into 3D and we now see wild Pokémon roaming open fields as a matter of course. We’ve also watched them co-exist with humans in fanciful ideas of a true Pokémon world in Detective Pikachu and other media, and even snapped our own goofy AR interactions with Pokémon through Pokémon Go. So surely, by this time, the magic of seeing Pokémon living their lives in a more natural, lifelike setting has worn off, right?

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