It has now been officially one month since the delay of Pokebank for US and UK Pokemon X and Y gamers. It looked like we would see the content released at some point last week along with the Japanese release, but for some reason Nintendo has decided against this and Pokebank is still unavailable to the masses.
To say that gamers are unhappy about the delay is an understatement. Fans have been flooding Nintendo’s Twitter channel with desperate pleas for the missing content, but Nintendo has remained true to their initial stance and have not gone public with the reasons for why it is taking so long.
If Pokebank was simply not ready, gamers would understand. But now it is available in Japan so fans have started to question why the same content cannot be released in the UK and US. Worst of all, it appears to be the lack of communication that is killing most fans.
its now been officially one month since the pokebank was due out, where the heck is it @NintendoAmerica
— GamerWomen (@sailornight6) January 27, 2014
On top of all this, social media is going crazy and all sorts of potential Pokebank release dates in February are being thrown around and treated as fact.
It’s a bit of a mess truth be told, when in reality one official statement from Nintendo or a community manager could make everything alrite.
Despite that, silence appears to be anything but golden at the moment. It’s been one month since the delay of Pokebank – let us know how you’re feeling below.
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