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Pokemon Let’s GO Is The Only Pokemon Mainline Game That Didn’t Win Any Awards At Tokyo Game Show Awards

Pokemon Let’s GO Is The Only Pokemon Mainline Game That Didn’t Win Any Awards At Tokyo Game Show Awards

Shocking news – Pokemon Let’s GO Pikachu/Eevee has achieved a not very good milestone in the Pokemon mainline series.

During the Tokyo Game Show 2019 awards which saw many awards go to Super Smash Bros. Ultimate, Pokemon Let’s GO Pikachu/Eevee won…. absolutely nothing. This is the first time since Pokemon Ruby/Sapphire where a mainline Pokemon game didn’t win any awards at the Tokyo Game Show awards, as proven by the list below:

Pokemon Red/Blue (Special Award)

Pokemon Gold/Silver (Excellence Award)

Pokemon Ruby/Sapphire (Excellence Award)

Pokemon FireRed/LeafGreen (Excellence Award, Bestseller Award)

Pokemon Emerald (Excellence Award, Bestseller Award)

Pokemon Diamond/Pearl (Excellence Award, Besteller Award)

Pokemon Platinum (Excellence Award, Bestseller Award)

Pokemon HeartGold/SoulSilver (Excellence Award, Global Award – Japan Creators Category)

Pokemon Black/White (Excellence Award, Bestseller Award, Global Award – Japan Creators Category)

Pokemon Black 2/White 2 (Excellence Award)

Pokemon X/Y (Excellence Award, Bestseller Award, Global Award – Japan Creators Category)

Pokemon Omega Ruby/Alpha Sapphire (Excellence Award)

Pokemon Sun/Moon (Excellence Award, Bestseller Award, Global Award – Japan Creators Category)

Pokemon Ultra Sun/Ultra Moon (Excellence Award)

This is absolutely shocking as even the “extremely hated” Pokemon Ultra Sun/Ultra Moon won an Excellence Award last year.

Here’s how some Japanese Pokemon fans reacted to the news:

“Loser!”

“They call it a mainline game, but we all know it’s a spinoff.”

“Only elementary school students enjoy this game.”

“Kuso (Shittiest) game of the year.”

“I bet Sword and Shield will suffer the same fate”

“It’s such a bad game”

“Smash Bros. swept away everything, so it can’t be helped”

What do you think? Let us know in the comments.

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