Many critics say the Nintendo Switch struggles to run Pokémon Scarlet and Violet. Performance issues in the abstract are one thing.

Pokéballs are powerful enough to digitize Pokémon, but I didn't know they could distort space. In this case, they did, and the framerate spasmed.

There's PDA and then there's walking inside each other. They need a room, Jesus. Or rewrite. Either.

I'm no expert, but I think a sandwich goes in your mouth, not beside it. A sandwich-eating animation isn't demanding. Scarlet and Violet let me down.

So ride a Koraidon. If not, you're not playing Pokémon Scarlet and Violet correctly.

If your arms and fists aren't in your eyes, you're riding a Koraidon wrong. Fix it.

These videos have so much to unpack, like random NPCs. I'm not surprised because wild Pokémon did the same thing in Pokemon Legends: Arceus. Poor framerate.

What does surprise me is the second video, where the camera is struggling to keep up with the player while they’re riding a Koraidon. And it doesn’t even go that fast.