Pok\u00e9mon Unite\u00a0represents The Pok\u00e9mony Company's first journey in the MOBA field, and it doesn't look like the community has appreciated that idea after all. The title doesn't have a release date yet but has\u00a0shown multiple features\u00a0that make it interesting from a gameplay perspective, but that doesn't seem to have been enough. The Pok\u00e9mon Presents aired yesterday had been much hyped as it was going to reveal a special project, but it turned out to be a disappointment for long time fans. That has resulted in a surge in dislikes over the YouTube video that revealed the game's existence, for an unprecedented amount of negative feedback from the supporters. At the time of writing, the Pok\u00e9mon Presents revealing\u00a0Pok\u00e9mon Unite\u00a0has\u00a0over 165,000 dislikes, representing a record for games coming to Nintendo platforms. Likes are instead at around 75,000. The Pok\u00e9mon Company and the intellectual property, as this game, are not owned by Nintendo, but this is likely coming from fans who had known the series on Nintendo consoles and anticipated new mainline titles from the franchise or remakes of older ones. On\u00a0Reddit, users have compared the video's performance to other highly disliked Nintendo videos, and even after that, the community's disappointment looks impressive. The\u00a0Metroid Prime: Federation Force\u00a0trailer currently has 94k dislikes, while\u00a0last year's Nintendo Treehouse: Live for Pok\u00e9mon Sword and Shield\u00a0has 89k dislikes. At fourth place is\u00a0the Byleth Smash Bros. reveal, with 86k dislikes, while the fifth place is the\u00a0Nintendo Switch Online reveal, with 84k dislikes. Pok\u00e9mon Unite will take advantage of a cross-play functionality that will make it so that users on Nintendo Switch and mobile devices can play together.