Random: Nintendo shoots down fan-made FPS Pokémon

[Update: Mon 24th Jan, 2022 21:30 GMT]

Perhaps to no one’s surprise, developer Dragon’s Pokémon first-person shooter was shot down like a duck by The Pokémon Company at a game fair. All videos, tweets and footage have been removed from the internet, according to a Kotaku report – which you can see above, because the trailer is kaput.

[Original: Thu 20th Jan, 2022 20:30 GMT]

The FPS genre is very popular these days, as well as Pokémon Franchising. So why not combine these two? That’s exactly what YouTubers and programmers do Dragon did, thanks to the power of the Unreal Engine.

“Isn’t this a great idea? Did we do it anyway? Of course,” Dragon mused. However, before you start importing your smart pants “This is Nintendo’s legit ninja!!” Answer, it’s worth noting that this game will never be made available to the public, free or otherwise – it’s just a bit of fun.

In the video, Dragon explains how the game’s visuals were created and even goes into detail about the AI ​​attributes of the various Pokémon. The video ends with an actual gameplay demonstration.

All of this begs the question: can we see a legal Future Pokémon shooter? Well, we were New Pokémon Snap, but we’re not sure if that matters.

https://www.nintendolife.com/news/2022/01/random-nintendo-shoots-down-fan-made-pokemon-fps Random: Nintendo shoots down fan-made FPS Pokémon

James Brien

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