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What's New in Let's Go? New Game Feature

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What's New in Let's Go? New Game Feature

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Find out what difference and new changes have been added to Pokemon Let's Go Pikachu / Eevee from the previous Pokemon game games

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Pikachu Or Eevee As Partner Pokemon

Partner Pokemon Pikachu Eevee

Depending on which edition you have, you will have either Pikachu or Eevee as you Partner Pokemon and will be your constant companion for your whole journey.

Partner Moves

Pikachu Partner Move Splishy Splash

Partner Moves are exclusive moves activated by waving the Joy Con and can result in an attack if your Partner is selected or as a cheer for the selected Pokemon if it's in reserve.

Dress Up Your Partner

Dress Up Eevee

Partner Pokemon can also be dressed up in outfits that you can get along the way during your adventure!

Check Out Partner Pokemon

Wild Pokemon Now Visible on Map

Wild Pokemon Now Visible on Map

No need to worry about surprise encounters! Wild Pokemon can now be seen wandering around and you can choose to engage by walking close to them or to avoid them altogether.

Catching Pokemon Uses New Method

Catching Pokemon Uses New Method

There is no longer a need to weaken wild Pokemon prior to catching them. Now you just need to successfully throw a Pokeball and hope it stays inside!

Use Candies to Boost Pokemon's Stats

Use Candies to Boost Pokemon

Candy can be used to increase your Pokemon's stats! Get these by sending Pokemon to Professor Oak or by completing minigames at the GO Park Play Yard!

Ride Pager Replaced With Secret Techniques

Ride Pager Replaced With Secret Techniques

Your Partner Pokemon can take care of your transport needs with Secret Techniques. Learn them as you go along from the NPCs you meet!

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Safari Park Replaced With GO Park

Safari Park Replaced With GO Park

Catch Pokemon with Pokemon Go and bring them to Let's Go via the GO Park! With 20 GO Parks each with a 50-Pokemon capacity, that's 1000 Pokemon for you to catch!

Connect With Pokemon Go

Co-op Play Now Available

Co-Op Play Now Available

A second player can join in on your Pokemon adventure at any time just by waving the 2nd Joy Con. This is especially helpful during difficult battles where a 2nd attacking Pokemon is an advantage.

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