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In today’s episode of GameSpot News, DeVante talks about an interesting fact that was confirmed in Pokémon Legends: Arceus, how Elden Ring should be easier to beat, and more. 

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  1. मरने के बाद भी जिसके नाम मे जान हैं, ऐसे जाबाज सैनिक हमारे भारत के शान हैं देश के उन वीर जवानों को सलाम जय हिन्द Jai hind 🇮🇳🇮🇳🙏💘💯😒

  2. मेहनत कर बंदे सफलता तेरे कदम चूमेगी जो दुनिया आज तेरे खिलाफ है वही कल तेरे पीछे घूमेगी। 3. बहुत मुश्किल नहीं है ज़िन्दगी की सच्चाई को समझना बस उस नजरिए से खुद को देखो जिस नजरिए से आप दूसरों को देखते हो। तुम्हारी औकात दिखा सकता हूं मै।

  3. If the Pokemon are the ones shrinking themselves down, that makes the entire concept of a pokeball useless. They could fit in any container and you wouldn't need a specialized one. We've also never seen or heard of Pokemon shrinking themselves in any game or in the anime. The only reason game freak did this is because they couldn't come up with a good reason for the pokeball's technology to exist in ancient Sinnoh.

  4. the pokemon fact acutually make sense with why we cant capture fainted pokemon beacuse when thy are knoced out in the games thy shinking themslevs so small that the pokemon ball cant hit them without squasing them witch is why when thy faint it look's like thy sink into the ground when fainted

  5. Pokémon can gigantimax at will in sword and shield and that was acceptable how are Pokémon’ shrinking considered that different

  6. I choose to think of this as A. Either an ancient ablility they used to possess and then evolved (in the Darwinian sense, not the Pokémon one lol) out of it when pokeballs were sufficiently advanced to capture them as energy.

    Or B. This is more a theory, and Laventons pokeballs work for another reason he does not understand

  7. I appreciate what they’re doing with souls games, but I’ve got a too limited gaming time to play a game that asks me to die, die, die en route to completion. Maybe 15 years ago, but in my 30s, there just isn’t time for that

  8. I choose to think of this as A. Either an ancient ablility they used to possess and then evolved (in the Darwinian sense, not the Pokémon one lol) out of it when pokeballs were sufficiently advanced to capture them as energy.

    Or B. This is more a theory, and Laventons pokeballs work for another reason he does not understand

  9. I choose to think of this as A. Either an ancient ablility they used to possess and then evolved (in the Darwinian sense, not the Pokémon one lol) out of it when pokeballs were sufficiently advanced to capture them as energy.

    Or B. This is more a theory, and Laventons pokeballs work for another reason he does not understand

  10. I choose to think of this as A. Either an ancient ablility they used to possess and then evolved (in the Darwinian sense, not the Pokémon one lol) out of it when pokeballs were sufficiently advanced to capture them as energy.

    Or B. This is more a theory, and Laventons pokeballs work for another reason he does not understand

  11. The Pokémon lore dates back to the 90s in a Japanese only guide.

    It’s also mentioned in the original Diamond and Pearl, but whoever did the English translation apparently misunderstood the Japanese, and translated it differently.

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