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Pokemon Lets Go Pikachu

POKÉMON: LET'S GO, PIKACHU! and LET'S GO, EEVEE! are the latest games in the highly popular monster collecting franchise, but they're not exactly new. In fact, they're updated versions of 1998's Pokémon Yellow, which was an update of the original Pokémon Red and Blue games for the Gameboy. The story revolves around a young kid in the land of Kanto who has a dream to become the best Pokémon trainer in the land. After being chosen by a wild Pikachu (or Eevee, depending on your game selection), the kid will venture forth, capture other creatures, and fight rival trainers in the quest to be number one. A lot of changes have been made to update the 20-year-old gameplay; for instance, random creature collection has been eliminated in favor of roaming beasts in the environment, allowing you to try to grab the one you want. Players are encouraged to bond with their Pokémon, which can give new abilities to fend off attacks in combat. The game can be played with one Joy-Con controller and even includes co-operative multiplayer, so two trainers can fight against an opponent at the same time. There's even an exclusive peripheral, the Poké Ball Plus, which lets you mimic the action of throwing Poké balls to actively catch Pokémon. But that's not all it can do; players can sync their creatures with the Poké Ball Plus and level them up by walking around, or even trade them back and forth with the Pokémon Go app, giving you more items, experience, and options to strengthen your team. Will you "become the very best, like no one ever was"?

Pokemon Lets go Pikachu


Honestly I love the look, and if they just hadn't changed the catching mechanics to go style I would have pre-ordered this in a heartbeat, instead there's just too much here I don't like so I don't have any plans to get it, maybe on a sale. I also don't like the no pro controller option since I mostly play in docked mode as well, and I think that pokeball accessory is a rip off meant for 1 game only to played on. I just keep hoping that gen 8 returns to traditional gameplay, but keep these graphics or even slightly better graphics. I also wouldn't mind keeping things like seeing pokemon in the wild.

@Bolt_Strike I've been racking up some gold points lately, and decided to use them here. Brought the game down to $40, which I think is a much more fair price. $60 for a very much watered down pokemon game seems... silly.

I think the game is aim at people like me. I have never played pokemon on a console before. But like pokemon go on the phone. This game will be my first console version. Looking forward it. I am just disappointed that they have 151 pokemons that I have already see in the mobile version. Would have been much more fun if it was 151 "New" pokemons.

@Bolt_Strike In a lot of ways you're not WRONG, given that the mainstream games are $40, and this has significantly less content. But I am a sucker for the Kanto nostalgia: I've been wanting a 3D remake of Kanto since X and Y, so this game definitely has that going for me. I've had a strong pokemon itch lately, and I can't even begin to tell you how many times I've replayed Sun and Moon (and those games with their ridiculously long cutscenes and story beats take FOREVER to replay, ugh...).

My 20-month old son also just got into pokemon! He and I have just started watching the original pokemon anime together, and he loves it. I know getting to watch me play pokemon on the console is going to be a fun thing for him, especially if I can teach him how to do the throw mechanic!

People really seem to be forgetting that THIS IS NOT GEN 8! THIS IS NOT PERMANENT. It's meant to bring people from pokemon go who may or may not have a switch into the main series. It was never advertised as the Dark Souls of Pokemon games. If you don't want it, don't get it, but don't hate it unnecessarily. Look at it as its own game, rather than the Sonic '06 type transition for this series.

I can see why they'd make the main controls one joycon only, and no pro controller (as that may 'feel' weird per motion control catching). Though, a slight bump / motion upward could work. It's not very pokeball-throwy, but it'd be nice to have the option just to change up the repetition that will occur from catching pokemon all the time (though I personally think it'll still be way better than random battling all the time as is the norm).

Yeah, definitely not getting this spin off at retail price, I'll either get it used or possibly not even get it at all. The only thing that makes me even remotely want it is getting meltan and melmetal for my living dex.I'm still getting the 2019 game, though I fear game freak might go pulling the same stunt they did with the 3ed gen games and prevent transpher of pokemon from previous gens

Lastly I absolutely adore my Switch, haven't enjoyed and invested in a console this much since the SNES or 64. However, I'm still not quite convinced about Let's Go, a few things hold me back - not really a fan of catching the same pokemon 80 times. I know we're talking about animated polygons here but I feel it devalues the pokemon; I'm a bit sentimental that way. And having a box full of hundreds and hundreds is not the way I play but seems it needs to be the case to level pokemon up as of course you don't battle wild pokemon. So I'm hoping there's an easy way to organise and release a bunch and so on.

This sounds like the perfect game for beginners and even more experienced players who love pokemon. It is not like pokemon are hard games anyway. It is a wonderful experience more than some sort of dark souls outing and this sounds like it fits that mode perfectly. So many features. You can play it with 5 year olds and 80 year olds. I love pokemon so much I am going to get the switch bundle with this game.

Does anyone know if the game lets you keep the pokemon you've caught as a second player through co-op? So let's say I'm the second player, catch a bunch of pokemon and quit the game. Then I join back in at some later point, will the pokemon still be there?

Second, the Poke Ball Plus lets you train your Pokemon in the game just by walking around. You can store a companion Pokemon in the controller and keep it with you all day. As you walk, a step counter in the controller gives that Pokemon experience. When you return to the game, your companion Pokemon will be stronger.

Third, if you play Pokemon Go, the Poke Ball Plus acts as a Pokemon Go Plus accessory. Pairing it with the app lets you catch Pokemon without looking at your phone, signaling with lights and vibration that a wild Pokemon is nearby and letting you catch it with a press of a button.

During the game you'll receive a number of matching outfits for you and your partner, allowing you to mix and match for a custom look. The game lets you feed, pet and play with your partner whenever you're walking around, and the more often you do it, the more personality you'll see out of your buddy. Caring for your Pokémon has direct benefits in battle and can help your partner learn exclusive moves too.

"Pokémon: Let's Go"also lets "Pokémon Go" players transfer their Pokémon from their phone into the Switch game, though the transfers are one-way, permanent and limited to the original 151 Pokémon. However, the newer Alolan versions of the original Pokémon introduced in 2016's "Pokémon Sun & Moon" can be transferred into "Let's Go" from the "Pokémon Go."

You'll instead need to unlock a Secret Technique called Sea Skim. It's essentially taken the place of the HM (hidden machine) called Surf from the previous game generations. Sea Skim works just like Surf and lets you travel across bodies of water. 041b061a72


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