If there's one thing that Pokemon Sun and Moon players are complaining about, it's the amount of time needed for the games to load in Nintendo's standard 3DS. Obviously, this is a serious issue, as it takes the fun and thrill away. Fortunately though, this has all been cleared up thanks to the upgraded version of the handheld system.
It's worth nothing that players of the aforementioned titles -- like any other 3DS games out there -- are currently available on the whole version of 3DS handheld gaming devices. This already includes the 2DS as well as the current line of the system. However, the standard version proved to be a piece of work, as players complained about the games loading quite slowly.
According to a video (embedded below) uploaded by Nintendo Life, players of Pokemon Sun and Moon will experience smoothness when the games are played using the new 3DS system. The publication also noted that this isn't really the first time that the said version showcased excellent performance. For instance, the titular Super Smash Bros is also capable of running smoother and faster compared to the original version of the handheld console.
As per footage, a digital copy of Pokemon Moon was utilized. It's installed on a Class10 Sandisk MicroSD, which has a storage capacity of 32GB. This only goes to show just how robust the aforesaid Nintendo console. But of course, in order to achieve such greatness, players will have to purchase it.
VG247, on the other hand, notes that Pokemon Sun and Moon are among the games to highly benefit from such superiority. The likes of Monster Hunter X have already experienced the full capacity and power of the brand new 3DS. The only catch, though, is that these enhancements were made known to the public prior to the launching of the game -- something that the new Pokemon titles hadn't experienced.
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