Pokemon: Lets Go Pikachu + Poke Ball Plus Pack
- Take your favorite Pok¨¦mon out for a stroll in Pok¨¦ Ball Plus. Share your adventure with family or friends in 2 player action using a second Joy Con or Pok¨¦ Ball Plus (sold separately). Every accessory contains the Mythical Pok¨¦mon Mew ** You can even connect to the Pok¨¦mon GO app* using a compatible smartphone to bring over Pok¨¦mon originally discovered in the Kanto region
- Explore the diverse and vibrant region of Kanto True to size wild Pok¨¦mon roam around in the game, so catch them like a real Pok¨¦mon Trainer by using motion, timing, and a well placed Pok¨¦ Ball. Pok¨¦ Ball Plus lights up, vibrates, and plays sounds based on what you do in Pok¨¦mon: Let¡¯s Go, Pikachu or Pok¨¦mon: Let¡¯s Go, Eevee When you take your favorite Pok¨¦mon out with you in Pok¨¦ Ball Plus, you can also gently shake it to hear the Pok¨¦mon inside Connect Pok¨¦ Ball Plus to the Pok¨¦mon GO* app and it will light up and vibrate when you¡¯re near a Pok¨¦mon or Pok¨¦ Stop.
- Using as a Pok¨¦mon GO Plus requires installation of the Pok¨¦mon GO application on a compatible smartphone. See pokeballplus.nintendo.com for details. **Internet access and Nintendo Account required. Visit support.nintendo.com for details.
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The next step in your Pokémon journey starts here
Take your Pokémon journey to the Kanto region with your partner Pikachu or Eevee to become a top Pokémon Trainer as you battle other trainers. Use a throwing motion to catch Pokémon in the wild with either one Joy-Con controller or Poké Ball Plus accessory, which will light up, vibrate, and make sounds to bring your adventure to life. Share your adventure with family or friends in 2-player action on one system using a second Joy-Con or Poké Ball Plus. You can even connect to the Pokémon Go app using a compatible smartphone to bring over Pokémon originally discovered in the Kanto region!
Explore the diverse and vibrant region of Kanto! True-to-size wild Pokémon roam around in the game, so catch them like a real Pokémon Trainer by using motion, timing, and a well-placed Poké Ball. Go on a stroll with your favorite Pokémon in your Poké Ball Plus! Connect your game directly to Pokémon Go to receive Kanto region Pokémon.
Take your Pokémon for a stroll in Poké Ball Plus
Every Poké Ball Plus contains your very own Mythical Pokémon Mew!
Mew cannot be obtained by any other means in Pokémon: Let’s Go, Pikachu! and Pokémon: Let’s Go, Eevee!, making it a extraordinary treat for owners of the Poké Ball Plus.
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The Power of a Pokemon Trainer Lies in the Palm of your Hand
Feel like a real Pokémon Trainer as you travel through the Kanto region in the Pokémon: Let’s Go, Pikachu! or Pokémon: Let’s Go, Eevee! games with Poké Ball Plus. Make a gentle throwing motion to catch a Pokémon to feel and hear in the palm of your hand. Every accessory contains the Mythical Pokémon Mew! Just like with Pokémon GO Plus, you can use your Poké Ball Plus when playing Pokémon on a compatible smartphone to make your search for Pokémon.
- Throw yourself into a Pokémon adventure on the Nintendo Switch system!
- Explore the Kanto region using the Control Stick
- Players can team up for a 2-player adventure using two Poké Ball Plus accessories (sold separately)
- Gently shake Poké Ball Plus to hear a Pokémon that has been put inside from Pokémon: Let’s Go, Pikachu! or Pokémon: Let’s Go, Eevee
Encounter Pokémon in the Kanto region.
Play the entire game with a single Joy-Con controller or use the Poké Ball Plus accessory, which will light up, vibrate, and make sounds to bring your adventure to life.
Connect Poké Ball Plus to the Pokémon Go app to catch Pokémon in the real world and gather items from Poké Stops without viewing your smartphone screen—meanwhile, carry Pokémon from Pokémon: Let’s Go, Pikachu! or Pokémon: Let’s Go, Eevee!
Play a Pokémon adventure together cooperatively anytime, anywhere on one system by using another Joy-Con controller or Poké Ball Plus accessory (sold separately) to catch and battle alongside another player!
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Let’s Go Pikachu/Eevee is not a Pokémon game. It’s a sad, watered-down walking simulator that hardly resembles Pokémon at all once you start playing it. All of the main features of a Pokémon game are gone. No wild Pokémon battles. No held items or special abilities. No breeding. No traditional player battling. You can’t even fight a gym unless you get a type of Pokémon that the game wants you to get. You can only catch 153 Pokémon, even though the other games all have the full 700ish to catch. There’s no wonder trades, berry planting, or disabling experience share, I could go on and on.
I love Pokémon and I wanted to love this game, and I loved all the other games that had these STANDARD features, even if the stories were a bit bland. But this is not even close to what those games are. They took a Pokémon game and stripped away 90% of the core mechanics that Pokémon fans have grown to love over the years, and what left is a boring, single sided walking and ball throwing simulator. You can’t even use your pro controller with it, and you can’t even use a standard 2 joycon setup if it’s on the TV! The game forces you in using ONE joycon in ONE hand and there’s no way to change it. I got cramps after only minutes try to clutch the tiny joycon sawkwardly with one hand. The “multiplayer” is just literally an extra avatar running around who can throw balls too and help you battle. That’s it. Other leveled trainers can’t join. You just join as a xerox copy guest who vanishes once you’re done. There’s no way to have your trainer join another and explore. It’s just a follower who is basically a ghost.
Not to mention the Pokeball plus accessory- it’s tiny and literally impossible to use to control the game. There’s a reason why no game controller in existence is a SPHERE. Clutching the ball and try to click in the joystick and click the back button is painful almost immediately. And trying to use it with Pokémon Go is laggy and it disconnects constantly. When it detects a pokestop, by the time the accessory decides to buzz, then you click it, then it decides to recognize you clicked it, the pokestop is 3 blocks behind you and can’t be spun any more.
I was so excited for a Pokémon game for Switch. I enjoy pokemon go and thought the tie in could be great. I was horribly mistaken. Do not buy this game unless you’re getting it for someone who is 3 years old or younger and has no concept of what Pokémon games should be. I couldn’t even bring myself to be excited to play this even though I REALLY wanted to. I’m the guy who like the Pokémon games that other people don’t. I just love the classic formula of the games even if they change it around or have silly stories wrapped around it. And I absolutely can’t stand this sad excuse for a game. I’m getting a full refund and going to go to therapy to try to suppress the memory of this game’s existence from my mind.
The pokeball controller is too sensitive. When I meant to select something else, it selects the wrong one. I’m a woman, my hands aren’t big or anything but it’s crampy. Haven’t tried catching any flying Pokémon like zubat but gonna have fun wasting my balls on that.
Bottom line : don’t get the pokeball it’s a pain in the butt. It works for HOME menu selection but it will probably only work for this game only. Saw some stupid one star verified review saying it doesn’t work for Mario kart *eye roll*
I grew up with RBY and even played it on super game boy on snes. This is a massive improvement. Nintendo switch should support 4K output. I can wish.
Catching Pokémon: 3/10
With pokeball or joy con, I don’t like Pokémon go so I don’t like the throwing mechanism. I never did. Can’t imagine how hard it would be with the flying legendaries.
You still have to stand up playing in hand held mode and flick your console in a slight direction. Meaning you really can’t play handheld while you’re in a car or a plane because you’re going to look absolutely stupid. It’s fun when you try it out for the first time but I’m sure how annoying this is later on, wasting your pokeballs on a common.
Experience share: 0/10
Please tell me I can turn this off. This makes the game 100 times more easy than it already is.
Pokémon diversity in different locations : 10/10
I’m in mt moon right now and just caught a chansey and a clefable. So seems to have a fair share of rare Pokémon that wasn’t in the first generation.
Batting difficulty: 1/10
Okay so I haven’t gotten very far but because exp share is turned on it doesn’t mean I can one KO hit a gym battle just because it’s super effective. It’s literally that easy. If Nintendo releases a patch to include different lvls of difficulty maybe it would be better. I know this isn’t going to happen.
Is this game worth $105? No. I don’t care how big of a fan you are, this game is banking on one thing and one thing only: nolstagia. It’s not really a game , it’s just something to watch because of the graphics. The functionality of everything else sucks.