Having previously confirmed that the Nintendo Switch will house the next major Pokémon games, the series handlers confirmed exactly what those games will look like through a media event and a trailer on Tuesday. The event saw developers Game Freak and Publisher Nintendo confirm earlier rumors about the titles of the games: Pokémon: Let's go Pikachu and Pokémon: Let's Go Eevee .
The Games Are Coming to Nintendo Turn on November 16, but anyone expecting these games to be identical to the Gameboy and DS / 3DS versions of the series may experience a rude awakening.
First of all, it looks more like Smartphone Pokémon Go as players no longer engage in random battles to collect and power their own Pokémon creatures. Instead, the Let's Go games will ask players to jiggle Joy-Con controllers to simulate a Pokéball throw after they've passed on creatures on their travels. Standard Pokémon creature battles are limited to match-ups against opposing coaches in the game.
The announcement has not clarified exactly how often battles will take place against coaches, nor whether other modes or requirements will make players improve their fights skills. Instead, compatibility with Pokémon Go on iOS and Android has been highlighted as all of the "original 151" Pokémon creatures can be transferred to both games. Based on the short video, however, this may be limited to a "go park" section of one of the games; we will have to wait more to see exactly how this interoperability will work.
The announcement trailer of the games made it clear that he has a lot of one-handed joy-con game showing two reasons. Firstly, this means that standard-game joy-cons joysticks by default enable cooperative play on the same screen, and these segments show Pokémon Trainer avatars running in a style in the overreaching Kanto region, the classic serial RPGs similar. Second, players can use a different, new one-handed Nintendo controller … the Pokéball Plus.
This last option, introduced in November for $ 50, includes buttons, motion sensors, and a single joystick. It is synced with the Let's Go games to support custom lights and sounds, and it becomes a walk-in digital Tamagotchi-style pet when players are away from their switch systems , Pokémon Go Addicts can also sync this new device to their smartphone to catch creatures without turning on the phone.
How to Worry about the Let's Go The Pokémon forces that let fans know that another Pokémon series in the "second half of 2019" launches and that this other release is more likely to be played as recently Portable Releases Sun / Moon and X / Y .
In the meantime, the companies went one step further and launched a third, brand new Pokémon series on Tuesday: Pokémon Quest . This "free to start" game was brought live on the Nintendo Switch eShop on Tuesday night during the announcement event and will be released on iOS and Android in June. In this blocky lo-fi game, players can not directly control teams of three Pokémon creatures. Instead, players must tap attack buttons to keep their creatures safe as they automatically navigate through a new world called Tumblecube Island.
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