Pokemon X And Y Glitch: 'Pokemon Albino' Found, Nintendo And Game Freak Allegedly Working On Patch To Resolve Multiple Errors
By Staff Writer | October 19, 2013 11:10 PM EDT
Pokemon X and Y have been released, and a number of glitches have been discovered, the latest being a glitch called "Pokemon Albino."
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According to Pokejungle, this Pokemon X and Y glitch causes the player's Pokemon to lose their color, turning them black and white.
Although this glitch is reportedly very rare, and it is relatively harmless. All you have to do is save and restart the game and the glitch should disappear in X and Y.
Considering the much more serious glitch found in Lumiose City, consider yourselves lucky if you encounter the "Pokemon Albino" glitch and nothing more.
In addition, a Pokemon X and Y gamer has also encountered a bug during Wonder Trade, where if a Pokemon evolves by trading and learns a new move, both the new move and the forgotten move will disappear.
Given the number of problems and glitches found in Pokemon X and Y, Nintendo and Game Freak are allegedly working on a patch to resolve every glitch in the game.
"With all of these problems it makes me wonder if we even should have had a worldwide launch. I know these problems aren't the worst glitches in the world, but still," opines Agidyne64.
"I suppose growing pains are to be expected in the jump to 3D. I bet by the next set of 6th gen games things will be moving a little more smoothly."
Here's to hoping all the errors and glitches are fixed in due time.
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