The time to return to the Sinnoh region is getting closer and closer, with Pokémon Shining Diamond & Shining Pearl arriving on Nintendo Switch on November 19, 2021. The remakes of the fourth generation games will only be technically updated, but also with new content .
With the launch ever closer, Nintendo is advertising the two games more and more, releasing in Japan a new recap trailer on their characteristics and an intense thirty-second TV commercial that best summarizes the essence of the remakes, showing them in action numerous Pokémon and the spectacular battles typical of the franchise. The unreleased trailer instead offers us a more substantial taste of the Sinnoh region, showing the new look of the game world and the fidelity to the original games in terms of ideas and mechanics. All accompanied by some new features, such as the ability to clearly see wild Pokémon on the map and unpublished minigames.
Among the additions that have instead divided the fans, Pokémon Shining Diamond and Shining Pearl will have the EXP sharer active from the beginning, an element that will therefore facilitate and greatly speed up the growth of our pocket monsters. Waiting for the game’s debut on the shelves of physical and digital stores, our special on Pokémon Shining Diamond and Shining Pearl summarizes what has been known so far about the return of the two games originally released on the Nintendo DS.