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Just saying, this person has a pretty credible track record apparently, including last week's Nintendo Direct, Minecraft Steve in Smash, and Monster Hunter Rise's reveal. Also when it comes to the Nintendo Direct, he posted a list of games and yeah....He got it 100% right.
I still can't help but feel worried. While a lot point towards us getting Sinnoh remakes or at least something significant, the fact that its not specifically a Pokemon Direct does still get me worried. Plus, Nintendo STILL hasn't retweeted the announcement.
Given the circumstance that this is the 25th anniversary and the fact that this is getting attention from Ohmori and Masuda, its not too unreasonable to expect a main series announcement is it? Plus there's the domain name, the Pokeball Plus reissue, and that box of chocolates showing the Sinnoh...
Okay so both Ohmori and Masuda retweeted tge June 17th Pokemon Presents, but not the June 24th one. For them to actually retweet it, it tells us there's some info related to a main series game or a big spinoff. Its definitely something significant if they retweeted this and the June 17th...
Seems Ohmori retweeted the announcement. If Masuda and Ohmori are retweeting it, is this a sign a main series game will be announced? I still can't recall if Masuda or Ohmori retweeted the Presents for Unite's reveal.
Now let's take a look at what we know...
-Pokemon Direct vs. Pokemon Presents: Directs are for content exclusively published by Nintendo, though Presents means ir likely contains content not published by Nintendo, as well as games they
do publish. This is a Pokemon Presents, though the content...
The difference according to both Joe Merick and Kelios is Directs are reserved for content exclusively published by Nintendo. Presents include both content published by Nintendo and content not published by Nintendo (Niantic and Tencent for example.)
Still worried though not gonna lie.
I don't see why they should even spend that much time talking about Unite when they already showed off more than enough gameplay.
New Pokemon Snap, Pokemon Sleep, and Detective Pikachu 2 news could take up 10 mins. If there is Go info though, there won't be Unite info knowing the absurd rules...