Published: Mon, June 04, 2018
IT | By Lester Massey

Pokemon Quest Starter Pokemon Guide - How To Get New Pokemon

Pokemon Quest Starter Pokemon Guide - How To Get New Pokemon

Pokemon fans rejoice, as Nintendo has just revealed Pokemon Let's Go Pikachu and Pokemon Let's Go Eevee, which led to a 4.3 percent increase in Nintendo's shares this week following the announcement. Though the big elephant in the room is whether or not you can trade Pokemon from other games.

The game's announcement came alongside two more game announcements for "Pokemon: Let's Go, Pikachu!" and "Pokemon: Let's Go, Eevee!". It features only the first generation of Pokemon for now. If you're a parent and think this is just another Pokemon console game, then be warned: they're probably going to ask you for cash for Expeditions Packs sooner rather than later. An accessible mobile Pokemon game that doesn't require you to leave your house will be a godsend for parents who want to keep their kids occupied, but who also don't want them to get hit by a vehicle.

You will be facing off against normal type Pokemon at first and will already have a few more Pokemon in your arsenal by the time you face off against Pokemon of other types.

While that will be disappointing for some (most?) gamers, it's certainly worth taking a look at this rather quirky take on what a Pokemon game can be.


Finally, it will be possible to send Pokemon as gifts on the mobile application.

The new games will take place in the Kanto Region of the fictional Pokemon world, which is home to the original 151 Pokemon. This is a significant change from traditional Pokemon games where you would have to run through tall grass, surf on water surfaces, or crawl through caves in order to find Pokemon that would randomly spawn.

The game is bringing mixed features from old Pokemon games and there is slightly a new touch to it making it fresh enough as a worthy purchase. While playing using one Joy-Con, another player can join as a support character when in open areas or a battle by shaking the second Joy-Con.

The Pokemon franchise has been around for two decades, and includes trading cards, arcade games, anime and manga series, as well as titles for Nintendo's handheld games and consoles.

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