Pokemon Sword and Shield

  • Published on Dec 9, 2019
  • This is similar to how I play Dark Souls.
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  • Talosses gaming
    Talosses gaming 5 hours ago

    Yeah imo Pokémon kinda took a dive after megas we’re introduced aside from ultra sun and moon cause they didn’t have them until endgame. But I went back to gen 4 and played platinum and man so much more love and care was put into that game I felt so happy when I beat the champion in that game cause she wasn’t a pushover like the ones after gen 5 and felt much more satisfactory to beat that game like now when I beat a new Pokémon game it’s like cool now what kinda cool shits in the endgame cause the story in the new ones are all the fuckin same just different goals for the evil teams but I’ve gone on too long. They do some good sometimes like I don’t hate the game not at all it’s just older ones are better

  • Ya boi Ronaldo
    Ya boi Ronaldo 18 hours ago

    Glad I wasn’t the only one bothered by Dubwool headbutting with its feet

  • Tuck Chesta
    Tuck Chesta 19 hours ago

    4:11 I got fooled there and laughed so hard.

  • Sagar Roy
    Sagar Roy 22 hours ago

    Nessa is super hot

  • David Esch
    David Esch 23 hours ago

    You only hate Pokemon because you're nitpicking and biased. I win, bye bye

  • David Esch
    David Esch 23 hours ago

    Bad game is bad

  • Paddy Murphy
    Paddy Murphy Day ago


  • RandomUser
    RandomUser Day ago +1

    Idk if it's just me but those fast forward sounds reminds me of times where I played GBA games in a Gameboy Emulator for my phone coz I sometimes speed up the game when it's dragged out for long.

  • Pro at Stuff
    Pro at Stuff 2 days ago

    Wow 2:03 caught me off gaurd

  • TheCrazedPotato Man
    TheCrazedPotato Man 2 days ago +1

    I just realized something.
    Sonic Forces may be a worse game overall, but that least they actually put thought into animating their cutscenes.

  • Erick DeValere
    Erick DeValere 2 days ago

    I would love to watch you play temtem.

  • panda rinell
    panda rinell 2 days ago

    5:26 the fucking slap gets me every time

  • Haru Okumura
    Haru Okumura 2 days ago

    I'm surprised how angry this actually made me.

  • Luigiweegy
    Luigiweegy 3 days ago

    I caught that subtle Power Rangers reference ;)

  • Taylor Colson
    Taylor Colson 3 days ago

    Holy shit, 4:55 was that a power rangers reference ?

  • a very tall midget
    a very tall midget 4 days ago

    What if you... wanted to go to heaven... but God said:

  • Mason Grady
    Mason Grady 4 days ago

    das one big-ass squirtle

  • Dewott Gen5fan
    Dewott Gen5fan 5 days ago

    I couldn’t stop laughing (3:11)

  • paynensuffering
    paynensuffering 5 days ago

    I'm summoning the video game dunkey

  • YouTuber user number 001

    Turn it back, lmao

  • Naganadel
    Naganadel 5 days ago

    *Grookey, kill Blipbug.*

    *Grookey, use your leaf attack. Grookey your leaf thing. He died*

  • עדש ארקייד פייטר

    u sound like italian mafia :D

    LONGE PRODUCTIONZ 6 days ago

    nope you are nitpicking and biased, I win, bye bye.

  • noobtakingover12
    noobtakingover12 8 days ago

    After watching "This is a chicken wing" you can only hear him saying this is "word"

  • Jesucristo Salvador
    Jesucristo Salvador 8 days ago

    They should have stopped at 4th generation.

  • Pumpkinpizza003
    Pumpkinpizza003 8 days ago

    The boi has lot to learn about pokemon

  • Ryan Tran
    Ryan Tran 8 days ago +3

    *fox Pokémon comes out*
    Dunkey: “Ooh a beaver!”

  • Will Sirloin
    Will Sirloin 9 days ago

    i need dynamax on my pp please it's too small

  • CoNe_HeAd_27
    CoNe_HeAd_27 9 days ago +1

    1:40 "Oh, a *BEAVER* Pokèmon"

  • MewHub
    MewHub 9 days ago

    Ah yes a beaver Pokémon

  • michael rosenstock
    michael rosenstock 9 days ago

    D e d

  • hhahah hahahah
    hhahah hahahah 9 days ago

    And thus... like shinji dame ikari
    The mr.impossible
    Everyone else becomes somewhat an animatronic to the otherwise...invicibly superficial center of the goddamn godzilla of a franchise evangelion is.
    A main so pitiful making everyother supporting character looks completely unsupportive and unempathetical to the one with the highest screen time
    Feeding right in to the impartiality the main makes everyone feels towards it

    End of my english languagr

  • hhahah hahahah
    hhahah hahahah 9 days ago

    Yah well. Child s trick
    Blame anything but you.

  • Glitch Walker
    Glitch Walker 9 days ago

    OH NO

  • Exotic_ Dummy
    Exotic_ Dummy 10 days ago

    Grookey is so OP in Sword and Shield

  • CEO of Weebs
    CEO of Weebs 11 days ago

    Drednaw: *Uses its most powerful move*
    Grooky: All that for a Drop of Blood?

  • KillerTurnip
    KillerTurnip 12 days ago

    For some reason my brain read blipbug as buttplug....it does kinda looks like anal beads 🤭

  • John Gray
    John Gray 12 days ago

    You can almost lose to your first rival battle in Hoenn.

  • That Guy 3604
    That Guy 3604 13 days ago

    But Bede didn't get the world record on Bowser's Big Bean Burrito

  • Antonio Lewit
    Antonio Lewit 13 days ago

    but dunkey why do people play sword and shield but not know what pokemon xd or colosseum is

  • Lucios1995
    Lucios1995 13 days ago

    The "beaver" Pokémon looked so damn depressed, i want to hug him

  • Fotoo
    Fotoo 13 days ago

    2:03 😂😂

  • ShiddyKong
    ShiddyKong 14 days ago

    Workaholic architect Adam Sandler gets a magical remote-control device that allows him to mute, rewind and fast-forward his life, with farcical and tragic results. It's "Back to the Future," "It's a Wonderful Life" and "Faust," with fart jokes. As a moral fable "Click" holds no surprises; as a Sandler comedy, it's unusually dark, occasionally touching and pretty funny. Kate Beckinsale plays his ignored wife, and Christopher Walken tosses weird comic curveballs as the otherworldly salesman from Bed Bath and Way Beyond. David Ansen

    The emotionalism of Click will predictably get razzies from reviewers, who are busy circle-jerking Sympathy for Lady Vengeance. No danger of critical underrating here: Park Chan-wook's final entry in his "revenge trilogy" by now has spilled more than enough fan-boy ink to match the copious flow of blood that's been his trademark. Sure, the filmmaker's torch-bearers insist his violence is the tool chosen to explore the characters' churning furies, conveniently sidestepping Park's hollowness and his incoherence, the better to relish the whipped cream of sadistic titillation while supposedly getting a simultaneous fill of art-house cough-syrup. It takes a clever director to orchestrate such frenzied drooling, and throughout Lady Vengeance Park is nothing if not cunning in his string-pulling -- it kicks off on a fastidiously facetious note, a batch of Santy Clauses serenading Lee Yeong-ae, the "angel" just released from prison, with gospel and a brick of tofu all but stamped with "Purity" on its side. No whiteness for her yet: After 13 years surrounded by cartoon dykes in jail, she is out for payback against the child-killer who's kidnapped her daughter and blackmailed her to take the rap for him. Cue harpsichord tinkling and Park's by-now excruciatingly familiar film-school bag o' tricks, wanton shifts in stock and angle, a gliding camera, compositional symmetry and scrambled narrative, the whole "darkness of the soul" fondue, poured heavily. And dreams, natch: the villain's head is glued to a dog's body, then shot apart.

    Like many other Sandler movies, this one lingers studiously over bodily functions. After losing enormous amount of weight, for example, Michael plays with a big flap of loose skin around his stomach, plopping it up and down long after any possible audience curiosity has been satisfied. During an argument with his boss (David Hasselhoff), he freeze-frames the boss, jumps on his desk and farts. When he puts his boss back on "play," the boss inexplicably decides his secretary has put feces in his salad. Anyone who can't tell poop from lettuce doesn't deserve to be a senior partner. They teach you that in business school.

    The movie does have some wit about its product placement. The plot is set in motion when Michael goes out late at night to buy a universal remote and only one store is open: Bed, Bath and Beyond. As a retail store name, this has always reminded me of the final subtitle in Kubrick's "2001," which was "Jupiter and Beyond the Infinite." Beyond the infinite. That's a fair piece. In the store Michael enters, Bed and Bath are easy to find, but Beyond is behind a mysterious door at the end of a very long corridor, where a man named Morty (Christopher Walken) makes him a gift of the universal remote. If they make "Click 2," I want it to be about Morty.

    Overall, I would have to give this a 7/10. I really do think it has a little something for everyone.

  • Aaliyah Thompson
    Aaliyah Thompson 14 days ago


  • StonewallTitan
    StonewallTitan 14 days ago

    1:10 made me subscribe

  • FoxByte Xx
    FoxByte Xx 14 days ago +1

    I remember when Pokemon was just fun and simple, but I'm part of the old generation of pokemon fans, and I get that things change. These days, once something starts making a lot of money, it gets milked dry by the devs and now there are too damn many new pokemon, and pokemon games.

  • Kev
    Kev 15 days ago

    Bro the boss battles look like the ones in Digimon World 3

  • tyler
    tyler 15 days ago

    does this guy always sound like a re... like a challenged person

  • yottakat
    yottakat 15 days ago

    I wasn't even shiny hunting and I ran into a shiny thievul.

  • Broccoli Integrity
    Broccoli Integrity 15 days ago

    Why not play it on a 3ds? Oh wait.

  • Kameo
    Kameo 15 days ago +3

    I like how there are some sound effects in the game that are reused from sun and moon like the evolution theme and when you pick up a special item

    just kidding that actually pisses me off

    • Kameo
      Kameo 13 days ago

      @ComradeAlpha No, there are plenty of things i hate about the game and that is just one of them. I didn't say that is the only thing i hate about it.

    • ComradeAlpha
      ComradeAlpha 13 days ago +1

      Out of all the things you could hate on, you choose the reused sound effects?

  • Adam Armstrong
    Adam Armstrong 15 days ago

    How many prescriptions of amphetamine salts does it take to be you dunkey?

  • St. Nicolaas
    St. Nicolaas 16 days ago

    Listen, he hits the other guy's *head* with his *butt* I don't know what you were expecting

  • Brandon Raynee
    Brandon Raynee 16 days ago

    Maybe Pokemon hasn’t gone to absolute dogshit and this game was a great improvement upon 6 and 7, putting it up there with gens 3 and 5

  • Brennen Miller
    Brennen Miller 16 days ago

    The only way I've ever had a challenge with pokemon is doing a nuzlock or challenges like that. I'm still coming up with challenges and playing games a different way. Also the game isn't aimed towards adults so maybe that's why it never gets difficult ?

  • J Packosh
    J Packosh 17 days ago

    One Punch Man (2019)

  • Paul Stengel
    Paul Stengel 17 days ago

    I love it man gimme more i want more

  • Dan
    Dan 18 days ago

    Dunkey needs to be a voice actor

  • 여권바..
    여권바.. 18 days ago

    Some people say SS is good game

    Soul silver

  • Allah Gaming
    Allah Gaming 19 days ago

    X & Y: We designed certain further evoultions for a few pokemon, it's temporary but it boosts their power for the battle, they're made to look like stronger and tougher versions of their already "final" forms.

    Sword and Shield: Fuck you, they get big.