Pokémon Scarlet and Purple starters are redesigned with classic sprites


The initials of the new region are giving a lot to talk about.

With two trailers that have caused great expectation and with the most reliable insider in the saga releasing the occasional leak, the next Pokémon titles, Scarlet and Purple, aim to be an experience unlike anything known so farsince, after all, they are the first games that will have an open world and a cooperative of up to four players.

However, for them to reach the market, they will still have to wait until the end of this year, so there are many who try to alleviate the wait with different works, even though we are seeing some adaptations of the Pokémon announced in different ways. And how could it be otherwise, Initial Pokémon are the great protagonists.

They recreate the starters of the ninth generation through other Pokémon of the same species

The supposed final evolutions of Fuecoco and Quaxly in Pokémon Scarlet and Purple are filtered

Starter Pokémon from Pokémon Scarlet and Purple

Given this, it must be said that something that all Pokémon fans know for sure is that the origins of the saga are in the sprites, this being the pixels by which we knew these creatures for years until the arrival of 3D in the sixth generation. And it is just under this same premise that a Reddit user has been in charge of adapt the initials of Pokémon Scarlet and Purple to this style and based on Pokémon already known, being as follows:

  • sprigatito It is modeled after Purrloin, another Dark-type Cat Pokémon introduced in Generation 5.
  • Fuecoco In this case, it is based on the Pokémon that it most resembles, since being a bipedal crocodile, we obviously had to mention Totodile, the water-type starter of the second generation.
  • Finally Quaxly* takes its inspiration from another duck Pokémon, in this case Ducklett, which also debuted in the fifth generation.

You can see these three Pokémon adapted to sprites below:

Having said all of the above, it should be noted that Pokémon Scarlet and Pokémon Purple will be released on November 18 coming to stores exclusively for Nintendo Switch, which is how the ninth generation of Pokémon will begin.

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