MegaStonesAreGold kirjoitti:1. Pokemon Go on liian iso osa peliä. Jos on tasoa HG/SS PokeWalk, niin ok.
Pokemon.com kirjoitti:There is a deep connection between Pokémon GO and Pokémon: Let’s Go, Pikachu! and Pokémon: Let’s Go, Eevee! For one thing, Pokémon originally discovered in the Kanto region that you have caught in Pokémon GO can be brought into these two new Nintendo Switch games. That’s not all, though. Look forward to more details at a later date.
Nintendo Everything kirjoitti:– You will not be able to evolve your partner Pokemon
– However, can catch other Eevee/Pikachus you find in the wild
– Your partner Pokemon will take up one of your six party slots, and you will be able to box it
– Boxes work differently in that you now have a box in your bag
– The ability to transfer from Go/Let’s Go opens up about halfway through the game
– After that, you’ll be able to do it freely
– There are also minigames you can do when transferring lots of Pokemon over
– Candy from Go will not do anything in Let’s Go
– Won’t say whether you’ll be able to transfer Pokemon from Let’s Go and turn them into Candy
– Any Pokemon that’s large enough in Let’s Go you will automatically ride
– They had the idea to let you ride Pokemon of any size but decided against it
– No HMs
– Although the interface is different, you will still earn EXP from catching Pokemon, as well as trainer battles
– Event Pokemon in Go (Ash hat Pikachu, etc), cannot be transferred to Let’s Go
– The controls for catching Pokemon in handheld mode will have you moving the console around and pressing a button to throw; no touch screen, and the gyro part is required
– No additional details about Z-mode/Mega Evolutions in Let’s Go
– They haven’t locked down how experience from capturing Pokemon/trainer battles will be distributed (evenly, per Pokemon etc.)
– As of right now, Masuda is saying that in general, only the original 150 Pokemon will be available in Let’s Go
– No news on player customization (at least for now)
– The plot of Let’s Go will not take you to Johto
– The map of Kanto, however, will be very similar to the original landmass, but there will be graphical differences
– Although there are some Alolan forms of Pokemon in Let’s Go, there are otherwise no connections between it and Sun/Moon
– There are once again two versions, which means all the usual Pokemon differences apply (individual Pokemon)
– No plot differences between the two
Nintendo Everything kirjoitti:Final nail in the coffin regarding online play – there is none. There is wireless and play on the same screen, but no online.
PokéCommunity Daily kirjoitti:In summary:
- The GO Park contains 20 parks, each holding 50 Pokémon – meaning you can store a total of 1,000 Pokémon.
- There’s no limit to the number of Pokémon GO accounts that can be tied to a single save file in Pokémon: Let’s Go, Pikachu! or Pokémon: Let’s Go, Eevee!
- A minigame can be played in the area, which involves leading Pokémon to a goal area within 3 minutes while avoiding obstacles. You are rewarded with Candy for powering up your Pokémon. To play the game you need 25 of the same species of Pokémon.
- With Legendary Pokémon, you have to defeat them in a battle before having a chance to catch them. There is a time limit to the battle!
- There are in-game Trainers who will trade their Alolan form Pokémon with you.