>Last year, Pokemon added support for more games, letting Pokemon freely move between three sets of games as long as they exist in that game.
These games are:
The reason this is relevant is because unlike all the games of gen 3 (for example) these games all use completely different data structures. The only reason they can freely move between each other is due to some clever engineering in Pokemon Home.
>Why is this relevant?
Because it means they have the infrastructure to do this with every game going forward.
With the new system they have, you can send the Pikachu you caught in gen 11 back to Sword & Shield, and vice versa. Based on the way they're engineering this solution, it actually seems like it might be MORE work to stray away from this paradigm.
So the question is this, anon
>Do you think this is a reasonable replacement for the old way they did things (all Pokemon in every gen but forward transfers only)?