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Pokemon: Let’s Go Eevee

Eurogamer has come forward with its own interview for Pokemon: Let’s Go, Pikachu / Eevee. Once again, director Junichi Masuda and designer Kensaku Nabana have shared some comments about the new entry and other topics. They discussed the post-game Master Trainers, the handling of Meltan’s reveal, the possibility of an open-world game like Zelda: Breath of the Wild, and more.

We’ve rounded up some of the more notable excerpts from the interview below. Read the full discussion on Eurogamer here.

IGN published a new article today about Pokemon: Let’s Go, Pikachu / Eevee. It includes comments from director Junichi Masuda and lead game environment designer Kensaku Nabana. One of the big things we learn is that the team experimented with “a more photorealistic approach” when it came to visuals, but ultimately felt that the graphics didn’t fit in with the vision of a “more kind and soothing and inviting experience”.

We’ve rounded up comments from IGN’s article below. You can read the full piece here.

Pokemon: Let’s Go, Pikachu and Pokemon: Let’s Go, Eevee are the first Pokemon games for Switch. But as we know, another new project – described as a core title – is set to arrive on the console during the second half of 2019. We’ve heard director Junichi Masuda talk about transferring Pokemon in the past, though it’s something he touched on again in an interview with GameSpot.

Masuda said that the team is still sorting through all of the details and figuring out how things will work. However, he reiterated, “we do have plans to find ways to let players use their Pokemon in the next game.”

Earlier today, Nintendo shared the latest trailer for Pokemon: Let’s Go, Pikachu / Eevee. The footage was mostly comprised of areas we’ve seen before, all bundled together and showcased in a single video. It’s more than just a compilation though as we’re able to get a look at some improvements.

In the video, fans have noticed that Pokemon: Let’s Go seems to have received a visual boost. Specifically, the lighting has improved over the past few months.

Pokemon: Let’s Go, Pikachu and Pokemon: Let’s Go Eevee are making things more accessible than usual. One way players will find an easier experience is by playing co-op.

Director Junichi Masuda, speaking with Polygon, noted that the co-op feature is included “to get around players encountering barriers.” He said:

Nintendo has published a new trailer for Pokemon: Let’s Go Pikachu / Eevee; this one doesn’t really show anything new, but instead gives a nice overview of the game:

The Pokemon Company uploaded a few new gameplay clips for Pokemon: Let’s Go, Pikachu / Eevee. Find the full set of videos below.

The Pokemon Company, Niantic, and Nintendo have shared new details about the Mythical Pokemon Meltan. We have new information regarding how it can be captured in Pokemon GO and transferred to Pokemon: Let’s Go, Pikachu / Eevee.

Here’s the full rundown:

Pokemon: Let’s Go, Pikachu and Pokemon: Let’s Go, Eevee have received a couple of new videos. Both can be found below and are all about Meltan.

In the first video, Professor Oak and Professor Willow discuss their Meltan research. Meltan is again in the second video as part of a live-action trailer, which also teases a secret.

Nintendo and The Pokemon Company have announced a special opportunity to try out Pokemon: Let’s Go, Pikachu / Eevee. Starting today in Los Angeles with multi-platinum recording artist, actress and Pokemon fan Jordin Sparks, fans will be able to play the upcoming games in select locations leading up to the November 16 launch.

Aside from a playable demo, the pop-up tour will feature Pikachu- and Eevee-themed trucks, fun photo opportunities, special giveaways (while supplies last), a chance to go hands-on with the Poke Ball Plus, and an exclusive Pokemon Snapchat filter. Pokemon GO players may even encounter a higher frequency of Pikachu and Eevee sightings near the events.

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