Pokemon Scarlet & Violet looks to be a step up in loads of ways over the already stellar Pokemon Legends Arceus. But in terms of a major game that is already destined to sell countless copies to the millions of Nintendo Switch owners, it’s lacking that premium sheen and a stunning level of detail and depth that gamers now expect from triple-A releases. The terrain continues to look a bit janky and the overall scenery has a blocky roughness to it that takes away from what is going to be an unbelievable game of the year contender — plus the sharp-looking grass looks like it could be more effective than the Cut HM could ever hope to be. Nintendo Switch 2 would make Shinies even shinier and Super Mario Odyssey . . .