Nintendo Switch Pokemon Let’s Go Pikachu And Eevee Editions Revealed
Pokemon Let’s Go arrives this November and it’s fantastic family fun for everyone, parents and kids alike. Gone are the days of the finicky Hey You, Pikachu of the N64 and are instead replaced with a more intuitive, next-generation pocket monster experience. Those anticipating this immersive new experience for the Nintendo Switch can even purchase a special edition bundle that makes you choose between Eevee or Pikachu.
For a grand total of $399.99, the bundle below features a special edition of the hybrid console with themed Joy-Con controllers, digital copy of Pokemon Let’s Go, and the addition of a Poke Ball Plus controller. Between the two, let’s just say the latter is the best way to play the game. There are two version available, but they’re nearly identical save for the fact that the box art either features Eevee of Pikachu.
Offering a more immersive experience in the Pokemon world, Nintendo and Game Freak takes a refreshing direction with the franchise. The game takes all the features from the classic game so players can feel like a real trainer. In fact, there are a few nods to the Pokemon GO app as well, including the CP system. To learn more about the upcoming game, check out our coverage here.
Are you excited to see what Nintendo has in store with the new entry into the Pokemon franchise? Do you have any reservations or are you a hardcore pocket monster enthusiast? Let us know what you think in the comments section below or start a conversation on DFTG Facebook page. To stay up to date on gaming news as it happens, follow us on Twitter! Here’s some of our latest:
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Pokemon Let’s Go, Pikachu and Pokemon Let’s Go, Eevee arrives November 16th, 2018 exclusively for the Nintendo Switch.
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