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The ‘Pokémon Scarlet’ and ‘Violet’ Memes Are Pretty Hilarious

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The Pokemon Scarlet and Violet Memes Are Pretty Hilarious

Despite record sales for the game and a large community acceptance for the game’s open world, critical and fan reception has been largely mixed. Many have criticized the game’s crudely-designed environments as well as its poor performance on the Nintendo Switch, leading many players to suffer from abysmally low frame rates.

But whether or not you love the new Pokémon titles, we can at least all agree that the memes are hilarious. Here are some of our favorite Pokémon Scarlet and Violet memes.

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