"Totally Cool" - PART 48 vs. ERIKA - Pokémon: Let's Go, Eevee! [Nuzlocke]

"Totally Cool" - PART 48 vs. ERIKA - Pokémon: Let's Go, Eevee! [Nuzlocke]

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Pokémon: Let's Go, Eevee! is a role-playing video game developed by Game Freak and published by The Pokémon Company and Nintendo for the Nintendo Switch. It is part of the first installments of the main Pokémon RPG series for the Nintendo Switch and also the first games of the main series to be launched in a home console. It is an enhanced remake of the 1998 video game Pokémon Yellow. The games also contain influences from Pokémon Go, as well as integration with Go, and support a new optional controller called the Poké Ball Plus. It was released worldwide on November 16, 2018.

Pokémon: Let's Go, Eevee! is set in the Kanto region and includes the original 151 Pokémon creatures in addition to their respective Mega Evolved forms from Pokémon X & Y and Omega Ruby & Alpha Sapphire, and their Alolan Forms from Sun & Moon. Let's Go, Pikachu! features common elements of the main series, such as battling non-player character Pokémon Trainers and Gym Leaders with caught Pokémon creatures. However, instead of battling them like the traditional battle system of other major Pokémon role-playing games, the catching of Pokémon creatures uses a different mechanic that is based on the mobile spin-off game Pokémon Go where players throw Poké Balls at a wild Pokémon by using the motion controls of the Joy-Con controller. The action can also be performed with a button press when the Joy-Con controllers are docked to the console in hand-held mode, but this still requires using the motion controls to aim. If a player uses the motion controls, the catching of Pokémon is based on the player's timing rather than accuracy. Although it is possible to miss a throw, the ball is almost guaranteed to hit the Pokémon.

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