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Pokémon Brilliant Diamond and Shining Pearl released ten days ago on the Nintendo Switch. The remake of the popular Nintendo DS title received some good reviews from both fans and critics. However, it did not differ much from the original, and fans were hoping to see more improvements from the developers, who would have taken advantage of the Switch’s amazing hardware.

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Like all other Pokémon games, speedrunners have already posted some great times. Earlier in the week, some players even showed times in under an hour. But recently, another player broke that record by writing a jaw-dropping time to beat the game.

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Youtuber records impressive Pokémon Shining Pearl speedrun time

Earlier today, Youtuber Werster demonstrated his speedrunning abilities by sending his speedrun to beat Pokémon Shining Pearl. His speedrun had an eye-catching time of 33 minutes and 10 seconds. At the time of writing, he currently holds the world record for a speedrun in the latest Nintendo Switch title developed by ILCA. Werster has sent some amazing runs on the game with his first run in under an hour arriving earlier in the week. Yesterday, he even put up a race of 37 minutes and 27 seconds.

Speedrunners on a roll with all the bugs and errors

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Werster’s most recent race, which came around 33 minutes, has been the game’s best so far. Although the game dropped on November 19th, speedrunners have posted some impressive times, thanks to all the glitches and bugs present in it. While watching his run, fans can see all the crazy tricks he used to give up a lot of fights and fights. This includes completely skipping many of the coaching matches in which normal players have participated a lot.

An average Pokémon Shining Pearl player would require somewhere around 24 hours of playing time to beat the game. However, it’s so cool to see some speedrunners take advantage of the many flaws and flaws present in it to beat the game with crazy times.

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From skipping fights to even turning off sounds to stop jingles from loading, it looks like Werster has used every possible trick in the game to post his world record run. With the way the community finds new bugs to improve the races, another player can post an even crazier time. But right now, Werster has the trophy for the world’s fastest speedrun for the Pokémon Shining Pearl.

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