Do you know the feeling of being watched? In Pokémon: Sword and Shield, it’s not just a bad feeling: you’re actually under observation all the time. At least when there is a Dusperm nearby, because this Pokémon is staring at you all the time. And by that we really mean you, the players, and not your character. Sounds scary and it is.
Pokémon Sword/Shield: Did you know? Dusfin stares at you the whole time
No escape: When you’re near the sword and shield Pokemon Twilight, there’s no escape. The nasty creature keeps an eye on you and you can literally feel the piercing eye. Seeing too, of course, no matter how much you move the camera – Dusfinst always looks straight at you.
Not the trainers: What is probably the most strange thing about the whole thing is that the Pokémon’s gaze is not directed at your character, but at the camera. This creates the impression that Zwirrfinst is staring at us personally as we sit in front of the television.
This is what it looks like: You can see what we mean by that in detail in this video by Redditor Gap_98:
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Of course, the Pokémon titles are full of others, sometimes even much scarier events:
Not particularly scary so far, but all the more exciting: The Gen 9 Pokémon game Crimson and Crimson:
New trailer for Pokémon Crimson & Crimson takes us to the Paldea region
Pokémon Crimson and Crimson will be released this year: November 18th should be the day. Then you can even team up with three other trainers on the Nintendo Switch to explore the new, now completely seamless open world of the new game in co-op.
Have you noticed Dusfinst’s spooky look? What do you think is the scariest Pokemon?