A new edition of Pokemon games series is coming for Nintendo switch, Pokémon: Let’s Go, Pikachu and Pokémon: Let’s Go, Eevee. Both these games will be going to launch on 16th November 2018. The purpose is to merge RPB experience with Augmented reality Pokemon Go 2016 which was a hit mobile app game, to see how it turns out on the gaming console.

The prime focus of the game is region Kanto which is the home to original 151 pokemon. It’s a kind of original game series unite with the enhanced and updated graphics style as it takes its motivation from Pokemon yellow 1998 first generation game.

The game developers promise you an entirely different experience, Players can select pokemon from the maps and can go for an encounter, the game also offers a second player who can drop at any stage to help catch a new pokemon or to assist in battle. There is also a Poke Ball accessory that connects with your gaming console and used to throw poke balls in the game as a motion controller to catch a new poke species.

“I wanted to bring the fun of this more intuitive, as well as widely accepted and popular, Pokémon-catching gameplay, right back to the main series RPGs,” said the director of developing, Junichi Masuda, the gaurdian.

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The game developers add some variations in the game like you can start the game on the Mobile phone and then transfer it to Nintendo Switch. Go plus peripheral is specifically, designed for the mobile game which will act as both to play the game or turn into a joy-con for switch player. RPG named Pokemon quest released on Wednesday at Nintendo switch digital storefront, Whereas in June it’s going to release on the mobile phones and the new upcoming “core game series” will probably launch in 2019.

It’s going to be an exciting experience to go on a pokemon quest with your friend just like we have seen before in cartoons.

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