Of talents you know, it's full Internet, and this stunning fan art made by a user and shown on Twitter, will surely warm the hearts of lovers of the Pokémon and nostalgic era Game Boy especially after the recent reveal of Pokémon Spada and Scudo and the relative generated hype.
A fan artist known as Sindorella has in fact recreated the opening screen of the highly anticipated new videogame dedicated to the famous little creatures, arriving on Nintendo Switch by the end of the year, in version Game Boy Color.
The artist has also recreated the three initial Pokémon, Grookey, Scorbunny and Sobble (which was revealed according to some surveys, the eighth generation Starter most appreciated by fan) in pixel-art version. You can find, as usual, the images and video at the bottom of the news.
This is certainly not the first creative work on the highly anticipated game: in fact, a few days ago, one of the authors working on Detective Pikachu had enjoyed imagining Sobble himself in the "real animal" version. And given the fantasy of the community, especially as vast as that which follows the Pokémon, we are sure that it will not be the last one.
You can find all the information you are looking for on the game, in our preview of Pokémon Sword and Shield. What are your expectations on the highly anticipated title? Have you already decided which version to take and which Starter to use?