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Pokémon: Let’s Go, Eevee! (Nintendo Switch)
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- Play a Pokémon RPG for the first time in HD on a home console
- Explore the world with a friend in a co-op mode
- Catch Pokémon like never before with the Poké Ball Plus (sold separately) and feel like a real Pokémon trainer
- Transfer across Kanto region Pokémon that you’ve caught in Pokémon Go
- Compatible with Nintendo Switch only
- Is Discontinued By Manufacturer : No
- Rated : Ages 7 and Over
- Language : English
- Product Dimensions : 1 x 10.4 x 17 cm; 51 Grams
- Release date : 16 Nov. 2018
- Date First Available : 16 Nov. 2018
- ASIN : B07DJ1SS29
- Item model number : 2524946
- Country of origin : Japan
- Best Sellers Rank: 220 in PC & Video Games (See Top 100 in PC & Video Games)
- 34 in Nintendo Switch Games
- Customer reviews:
An exciting new Pokemon RPG for Nintendo Switch!
Pokemon: Let's Go, Pikachu! and Pokemon: Let's Go, Eevee! bring the experience of a classic Pokemon RPG to Nintendo Switch with beautiful HD graphics and gameplay that is easily approachable for newcomers to the series, but is also deep enough to keep veteran Trainers on their toes.
These games also have two-player simultaneous play, so you can take the journey with a friend! And there's a deep connection between Pokemon: Let's Go, Pikachu! and Pokemon: Let's Go, Eevee! and Pokemon GO, so fans of the hit mobile game will find even more to enjoy.
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So catching Pokemon is now completely separate from training them. That's why, whenever you catch a Pokemon, all your current party gain XP! It helps make up for the fact that they're not getting stronger by fighting to catch Pokemon anymore. And they all get the XP shared evenly so you can level them up much easier than in other games.
This game is made for young children to visit the Pokemon world and learn its gameplay mechanics. I've seen people my age (mid-twenties) complain that this game is 'too simplistic'.
Tell you what: I was 7 when I got my very first Pokemon game. It was Red, and I played it on the Gameboy Colour. If you don't know anything about the games, just know that I had NO clue what I was doing at that age LMAO there was no colour-coding system. The moves your Pokemon learned had to memorised more so that you knew their effects in battle. I didn't understand why there were moves that did no damage but did things to something called Attack, Defence, Sp Atk, etc. It made no sense to me and I loved the game anyway. You know you SEE the Pokemon in the wild now? You can avoid them by walking around them! We've all joked and laughed about how annoying it was to go into the caves in Pokemon games and get stopped every few seconds by a random Zubat. Now you can see them and choose to catch them or not. To anyone that says that's 'not fair' because it's so much easier; YEAH, that's the point! It's one less annoying thing that kids don't have to suffer through. I remember getting stuck in those types of areas a lot when I was growing up because I'd have so many random battles to slog through.
If you're being asked to get this game for someone but you're worried that it's maybe too targeted for young kids, I'd recommend it any second of the day. I don't play Pokemon for extreme mechanics - I'm here to catch them all like I wanted to when I was on the playground. And you know what? It's so, so much fun to interact with my Pokemon like we all used to pretend to do when we were little.
You walk around with Eevee (or Pikachu, if that's the version you have!) and they're happy to share a journey with you. And you have any Pokemon of your choice walking behind you, looking around and watching for things they like, such as flowers, water, warm sun, ocean waves. It's such a gentle, peaceful feeling to return to this game as an adult and experience it again, except it's been more fully realised.
To massive Pokemon fans: calm down and let yourself re-walk the very first Pokemon trail you took. You're not here to piece together the ultimate battling team, you're here to visit the friends you felt you made when you were still learning how to read properly!
To any newcomers, it's a cute experience that spoonfeeds you the rules of battling and travelling. Thank god they fixed the most frustrating parts of the gameplay, like going forward and back through areas to complete your tasks. It's good that you get to play an 'easier' version without annoying steps that you hate, and you get to separate catching Pokemon from battling WITH them!
As far as the game is concerned: I’ve loved Pokemon since the original red&blue on my colour game boy at the age of 10 when I opened my Christmas presents and jumped into a game with 150(+1) playable characters and was instantly hooked! This game is clearly aimed towards two people: the genwunner and the mobile gamer. It’s a game that captures the essence of the original 32bit games I opened that Christmas Day, but adds in some mechanics from the mobile app ‘Pokémon go’ and takes out random encounters & wild battles. If you’re currently reading this with an expression like I have 3 heads then here’s a short conclusion: Pokemon let’s go Pikachu & Eevee is a great game that gives as much as it takes from the old games. If you know someone with a switch this Christmas who loved/loves Pokémon this is a must-have game. Eevee is overpowered!
If you don’t buy the Pokeball then you will never capture Mew. That is the only bad part. Lots of great play after the main story. Can be used online to battle people from around the world. A fun family friendly adventure game
For any doubters, sure the catching system is different but it adds so much more to the game and it makes it so much better when you do battles with the Pokémon you wanted to catch.
Lovely graphics and the two player mode is great.
Warning:Not suitable for children under 3 years. For use under adult supervision