I have one more team star stronghold before doing the finales for each path. I keep switching out my pokemon to keep type advantages for each challenge, but that also leaves me having to do a lot of grinding for levels.
As far as story goes, when it comes to open world games, I usually don't expect much. So I'm actually impressed we got this much. The main thing that kinda grates on me is that it doesn't seem like there are any villains. When it comes to rivals, I can take jerk rivals or friendly rivals. I like them both. But when it comes to the main antagonist gang, I usually prefer a real bad guy. Well-intentioned extremist is okay. But Team Star aren't even villains. They're victims of bullying who were doing the best they could to get away from it...and okay, some members went too far, but for the most part, they aren't villains.
As far as the graphics and performance issues go, I just don't think I'm in any way dependable to talk t. I have seen some performance issues, but your talking about someone who was able to deal with two play throughs of Cyberpunk 2077 on the PS4 from release date and had a darn good time of it. This feels pretty solid. I mean, I'm not blind to the frame rate issues. And having pokemon pop-in right in front of you can be annoying. And clipping can be pretty bad some times. But you're talking to someone who has two play throughs of Cyberpunk 2077 to his name!