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Pokémon: Let's Go, Eevee! (Switch) £35.99 Delivered @ Monster-Shop
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Pokémon: Let's Go, Eevee! (Switch) £35.99 Delivered @ Monster-Shop

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Located in the Kanto Region, you will get to go on a classic Pokémon journey. Accompanied by Eevee, you can enjoy the new storyline and adventure based on all the iconic Pokémon video games already released.

Prepare to battle, trade and explore a reminiscent storyline. Prepare to catch ‘em all!

Pre-order Pokémon: Let’s Go! Eevee on Nintendo Switch today.

Pre-order Pokémon: Let’s Go! Pikachu on Nintendo Switch today.
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Never heard of this compnay before but this game is on the list for the 6 year old
rudie11130/01/2020 12:21

Never heard of this compnay before but this game is on the list for the 6 …Never heard of this compnay before but this game is on the list for the 6 year old


Bought many times from them and they are always top notch.
Isn’t this the remake of the original Yellow or something? I meant the Pikachu one not Eevee. Can’t imagine they play different mind
Is the selection of Pokemon on this better than Sword/Shield? By that I mean are there mostly Gen 1/2 Pokemon? Was a season pass with excluded Pokemon released?
CCEAGLE8930/01/2020 13:02

Is the selection of Pokemon on this better than Sword/Shield? By that I …Is the selection of Pokemon on this better than Sword/Shield? By that I mean are there mostly Gen 1/2 Pokemon? Was a season pass with excluded Pokemon released?


It's more complete product and not been stripped out like Sword and Shield but still uses Upscaled 3DS assets.
CupN00dle30/01/2020 12:49

Isn’t this the remake of the original Yellow or something? I meant the P …Isn’t this the remake of the original Yellow or something? I meant the Pikachu one not Eevee. Can’t imagine they play different mind


Yes most Pokemon games are remakes of previous titles.
ddigitaldnr30/01/2020 13:17

It's more complete product and not been stripped out like Sword and Shield …It's more complete product and not been stripped out like Sword and Shield but still uses Upscaled 3DS assets.


Depends what you class as complete. As far as a red/blue redo it has all 151 pokemon but less than the sword shield pokemon numbers that is considered cut down. There's no DLC for the game. There's also no wild battling.

ddigitaldnr30/01/2020 13:18

Yes most Pokemon games are remakes of previous titles.



Not really accurate, but they have remade a fair few of their games. However it would be accurate to say that they mostly tend to stick to the same formula.
Are the cover's of these "Pokémon let's go!" games purposely meant to look crap and low res?
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