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New Pokemon Snap

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Just like the original, New Pokemon Snap has a bunch of Pokemon to see and photograph. The game received a blowout of sorts this week and it was revealed this week that over 200 creatures will be included. We don’t have the full list yet, but based on everything shown up to this point, we know of about a quarter of the Pokemon that will be included.

Here’s the lineup thus far in alphabetical order:

The Pokemon Company has shared more on New Pokemon Snap. Another batch of screenshots is in, and we have a few pieces of art as well.

Here’s the full roundup:

New Pokemon Snap is now available to pre-order from the Switch eShop. If you plan on picking up the game digitally, you’ll need 6.8GB of free space.

New Pokemon Snap will be sold at retail as well. No matter which option you choose, the game will cost $59.99.

The official New Pokemon Snap release date is set for April 30.

Source: Pokemon PR

The Pokemon Company has passed along an official announcement for Pokemon Snap, following up on the just-released trailer. More details are included in the press release.

Here’s the announcement in full:

Out of nowhere, New Pokemon Snap has just received a release date. The game will launch for Switch on April 30, The Pokemon Company has announced.

Here’s a new trailer:

This week on Nintendo Everything Podcast, pigs are flying because New Pokemon Snap got announced. That’s not all the Pokemon Presents video graced us with—brushing our teeth is finally solved with Pokemon Smile. In other news, Kingdom Hearts continues to be an embarrassing nightmare with Memory of Melody. And finally, Oni Dino and Galen lay down some EA games predictions and ARMS character predictions for Super Smash Bros. Ultimate’s Fighter Pass volume 2. In our game analysis segment, we cover a great and overlooked indie game called Bloodroots, and some extra tidbits on Xenoblade, One Step From Eden, and even Fitness Boxing.

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The Pokemon Company has sent out an announcement recapping all of the news from today’s Pokemon Presents presentation. Continue on below for the rundown on New Pokemon Snap, Pokemon Cafe Mix, and more.

Nintendo has shared more information about the just-announced New Pokemon Snap for Switch. Aside from the actual overview, it’s been revealed that Bandai Namco is developing the game.

Here’s the full rundown of New Pokemon Snap: