Incorrect, Continents are political constructs, hence why there is so much debate over how many continents there are. By your definition AfroEurasia is a continent as Europe, Asia and Africa are all one landmass.Continents aren't artificial divisions though, they're natural divisions bounded by large bodies of water.
You are completely missing the point. First off please explain why you are choosing to group countries together by Continent? Why do you expect all Europeans to feel "represented" by France. You have a clear lack of knowledge of Europe if you feel France "vaguely represents" the whole continent. America is 1 country, Europe is over 40 countries. It is not one singular entity that you can just lump together.I wouldn't say more diverse, but it's about as diverse as a continent. Hell, it's literally 1/3 of a continent anyway, so naturally it should be pretty diverse. There's a wide range of environments and the country was basically built on cultural diversity being a country of immigrants, so they could easily squeeze at least 4 other regions out of the U.S.
Where are you getting that I didn't want to see another U.S. region again? What I'm saying is since they only did one region for North America before moving onto another part of the world, they should do the same with Europe. That makes a lot more sense anyway because then after a few generations everyone around the world has some region that at least vaguely represents them. So next gen they could do say, Australia, Brazil, India, Egypt, etc. Just not something in Japan, NA, or Europe, they can always come back to those areas a few generations from now but until then it'd be more fair to give everyone around the world one region first.
And I challenge this whole premise that you seem to hold that when Game Freak are choosing regions they are going off some diversity quota, talk of cultural diversity, and every artificial region having equal representation. This is a game, not some UN Sub Committee. I hope Game Freak will choose the next region based on what will make the best story, what elements they want to explore, not just whichever stop is next on continental roulette.