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."
According to Pokejungle, this Pokemon X and Y glitch causes the player's Pokemon to lose their color, turning them black and white.
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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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