To say that Dialga and Palkia, the 2 legendary mascots of the unique Pokémon Diamond and Pearl video games, received a “texture update” is an understatement.

Nintendo launched cover paintings for the Nintendo Switch remakes, Pokémon Brilliant Diamond and Pokémon Shining Pearl, on Wednesday. The two photos present the respective cover stars in painstaking, virtually uncomfortable element.

The covers are fairly easy: The one for Pokémon Brilliant Diamond exhibits Dialga with blue gentle shining from a jewel on its chest, and the Pokémon Shining Pearl art options Palkia with gentle streaming from an orb on its left shoulder.

The two Pokémon are entrance and heart on their respective covers, and there are not any different Pokémon alongside them. The design is a marked distinction with the type of the 2 video games, which have a cutesy 3D chibi look. And whereas it’s nothing out of the peculiar to supply high-quality renders of recreation characters for photos, these are maybe a little bit too detailed.

Joe Merrick, founding father of Serebii, highlighted this reality in a tweet on Wednesday morning. As Merrick famous in a follow-up message, Dialga’s style buds are seen on its tongue. If you look intently, there are a number of different exceptional particulars: Parts of Dialga’s physique are all scuffed up, and its pores and skin appears to be like slightly moist. It’s virtually as if it have been … sweating.

Another account, Out of Context Pokemon, identified a bizarre element on the Palkia as nicely: The creature seems to have fur on its physique.

The two Pokémon occupy a godlike standing on this planet of the video games. Dialga has the facility to regulate the material of time, whereas Palkia controls house. So who is aware of — possibly this is simply what it’s prefer to face a god up shut for the primary time. Either approach, it’s a little bit uncomfortable.

If you’re inquisitive about seeing what the 2 Pokémon will really appear like in recreation, Pokémon Brilliant Diamond and Pokémon Shining Pearl come to the Nintendo Switch on Nov. 19.