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Pokémon: Let’s Go, Eevee! - Nintendo Switch
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- Befriend Your Partner
- Catching Made Easy
- Poké Ball Plus (sold separately)
- Don the role of a Pokémon Trainer as you travel through Kanto
- Discover a new species of Pokémon with the Pokémon Lets Go series
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Return to the Kanto region and experience a classic Pokémon journey in a whole new way with Pokémon: Let’s Go, Pikachu. and Pokémon: Let’s Go, Eevee. These two titles were created by GAME FREAK, the developers of the Pokémon core RPG titles. Pokémon: Let’s Go, Pikachu. and Pokémon: Let’s Go, Eevee. introduce a new play style that anyone can enjoy, combined with the fun of collecting Pokémon.
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I never got to play Pokemon when I was little and only got to borrow friends' GameBoys to play it. This gives me some of that nostalgia but I'm getting a new experience at the same being new to the game. I don't like how the Pokemon catching is RNG or at least feels RNG but I do prefer it over having to fight them all the time which probably would have got more tiresome. The visuals & animations remind me a lot of the Pokemon game from N64 (another 1 I never got to fully play). I also like that sound of the sound effects are kept old school-ish. The open world and story does lack a fair bit of depth though but this is in part due to modern day expectations and my own sense of expectation from anything open world. This is where the game kind of gets a bit boring.
Overall I'm having fun playing it though and happy I picked it up & gave it a chance.
You can now catch each starter in the wild, and like in Yellow, you can have one of your pokémon travel with you. Wild pokémon appear on the map, making it easier to avoid battles or specific pokémon.
My only gripe is how wild encounters are handled. Gone is the usual battle mode where you to whittle down a wild pokémon's HP and try to catch them with a limited number of Poké Balls. Instead there is the Pokémon Go mode. Like in the Safari Zone, you only get to throw items at the pokémon to catch them. Since wild encounters were the main way to learn the ropes and train, it may make battling more difficult later on for newcomers to the series.
Still, my kid brother likes it so I guess this appeals to kids. I'd recommend getting this at a discount, or skip it entirely and get Sword/Shield instead.
P.S. Get the Eevee version if you're sick of seeing the yellow mouse mascot all the time like me!
For us adults, I am disappointed that this looks exactly like a rehash of Pokemon - SoulSilver. Can't Nintendo actually sit down and create a new story or set it somewhere else like Alola. And the Pokemon sound effects are terrible. Nintendo, it's time to hire a sound effects department
The package itself arrived quickly and without any damage. Would recommend!