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Pokémon Remake Interest Shown by GameFreak But Will We Get One?
After the big hype of Pokémon go, on this 20th anniversary of Pokémon, Game Freak intends to be back with a bang and the news of the Pokeman Remake interest by the Gamefreak have been confirmed. The concept of the Pokeman Go was actually presented in 2014 by Iwata of Nintendo company and the Ishihara of the Pokémon Company.
Travelling through different generations, the Nintendo recently revolutionized the world of gaming and AR by introducing the Pokémon Go. The concept of involving the player in the Augmented Reality got so much popular from the very launching moment of the game that the Pokémon Go servers went down and Pokémon Go got the 5 billion downloads in just three days after its launch.
The progress in the Nintendo shares show a steep crest in the July 2016 due to the launch of Pokémon Go.
The GameFreak has confirmed the interest in the remake of the Pokémon as the trailers for Pokémon Sun and Moon are also out there. Since the release of Pokémon anime in 1997 and movie in 1998, the first Pokémon card game was introduced in 2000. Since then the Pokémon has gone through a lot of transitions and remakes.
The Pokémon Producer Masuda gave a solid statement backing his Pokémon Remake Interest Confirmed by the GameFreak and expressed his continuing interest in the remakes as can be seen in the new screenshots.
The little monsters’ game has grasped the Pokémon Remake Interest by Gamefreak. Masuda has confirmed that the Pokémon Remake interest by Gamefreak is the urge to give people the experience of bringing these Pokémon from the original Game Boy and seeing what they look like in Pokémon Sun and Moon.
Further stating that, “This is something I want people to enjoy”. With Nintendo Switch just around the corner, we might well see more remakes coming to the new console. You would want that? Share your views about it in the comments below.
Pokémon Sun and Moon is expected to be released on the 18th of November.