• Pokemon: Let's Go, Eevee! Review | God is a Geek

    28 days ago - By N4G

    Chris White: "Pokémon: Let's Go, Eevee! does a great job of allowing players to enjoy what made the series so good as well as incorporating the best features from Pokémon Go and presenting the same amazing adventure veterans have enjoyed in the RPG."
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  • Pokemon Let's Go Version Exclusive Pokemon

    28 days ago - By IGN

    See if you need to get the Eevee or Pikachu version of Let's Go to get your favorite Pokemon.
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  • Pokemon GO Generation 4 Evolution Is Coming Soon, Niantic Announced

    28 days ago - By N4G

    It's been a while now since Pokemon GO Generation 4 Pokemon came out. And while fans are still enjoying the hype of its release, Niantic will be releasing Generation 4 evolution soon.
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  • Pokemon: Let's Go Pikachu! and Let's Go Eevee! Review

    28 days ago - By N4G

    TSA writes: "For many people, their first experience with Pokémon came in the Kanto region where Pokémon Red, Blue and Yellow were set, and where Ash Ketchum went on his journey to qualify for the Pokémon League in the anime adaptation. GameFreaks latest game, Pokémon: Lets Go Pikachu! and Pokémon: Lets Go Eevee!, attempts to recapture some of the old nostalgic charm, but also integrate mechanics from Pokémon Go to bridge the gap between the young and newly introduced players of that augmented reality mobile game to the format of its classic RPG games. For the most part it works well."
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  • The Nintendo Switch's first full Pokémon games, 'Pokémon: Let's Go, Pikachu!' and 'Pokémon: Let's Go, Eevee!' will introduce a new generation of players to the joys of 'Pokémon: Red and Blue'

    The Nintendo Switch's first full Pokémon games, 'Pokémon: Let's Go, Pikachu!' and 'Pokémon: Let's Go, Eevee!' will introduce a new generation of players to the joys of 'Pokémon: Red and Blue'

    28 days ago - By Business Insider

    Since the release of "Pokémon: Red and Blue" on the Game Boy in 1996, the Pokémon franchise has become iconic around the world , spawning countless spin-off games, an animated series and movies, a trading card craze, an on-stage musical, and most recently, a live action film .
    And as Pokémon has gradually secured its place in our cultural memory, the video games have continued to add new layers to the franchise's rich world with generation after generation of new Pokémon. In the 22 years since the series began, the original 151 monsters in "Pokémon: Red, Blue and Yellow" have ballooned...
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