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Throw berries or poke balls to caught pokemon using motion control of the joy-con controller. If you use motion control as a player then catch pokemon based on player timings rather than accuracy and while you catch pokemon with motion control in this condition throw pokemon balls while you see the pokemon around you to catch them. In this pokemon game, wild pokemon are visible from the overworld. Other Best action game ben 10 protector of earth pc download game and play with your friends.

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@SpaceboyScreams Its more like snap 2 than you give it credit for. For a start when you capture the pokemon your trying to get a good shot of them to capture them, heck its like a open world snap 2 with online battles lol.

Why is everyone so butthurt over this game being an easier way to introduce new players to the pokemon gaming world? It should have been a 3ds game when GO released on mobile 2 years ago. They said what it was from the start and it's not a main pokemon game. It looks fun, enjoy!

@LordGeovanni As an old school RPG player, I agree that RPG games have been streamlined to keep people playing. For whatever reason, the human race doesn't seem to have the attention span it used to. haha. I downloaded FF7 on ps4, and was floored to find built in cheat codes to allow you unlimited gold, max level, fight skips etc. I couldn't even play it knowing that I could just cheat at the press of a button. That isn't fun for me, but I always have the psone og version!

I like how hard shiny pokemon are to catch. That's what makes them special. But this isn't a mainline pokegame. This is basically a glorified cellphone app, so let them have their fun! Just be thankful this isn't mainline.

@LordGeovanni This is an entry level pokemon game. This means they can get people to buy a pokemon game without dumbing down the core experience. Because that is the alternative if they want to broaden their player base.

It's not really even for the children. Children don't mind repetitive tasks like battling wild pokemon. Children also have the most amount of free time and patience (yes, patience, when a kid is really into something, they throw a lot of time and energy at it) to learn new game systems and trial and error their way through things. Core pokemon was always for children, and has never had trouble capturing and entertaining that audience despite the perceived "difficulty" of getting into the games.

It's not even really for the Pokemon Go market. That's a completely different market in a lot of ways. Go players largely don't own a Switch, and probably aren't going to shell out $360+ to play Let's Go when they can continue playing Go on their smartphone for free. But there is a crossover sub-market in the greater Go player base: a lot of Go players of a particular age are lapsed players who probably haven't played core pokemon for a few gens at least, maybe not since original R/B/Y. That's why the Go connectivity features are there, because that crossover audience is the target audience.

That's why these games are in Kanto, not Alola. They're a nostalgia grab at lapsed players, and the co-op mode is intended as a parent-child mode. Grab the lapsed player by the nostalgia, make them remember how great pokemon was in their childhood, and allow them to share it with their child.

Pokemon go is now Easy because you don't have to fight Random Battles? Which pokemon game was Hard because of Random Battles? Literally all this is changing is that you don't have to spend a bunch of in-game currency on Repel.

@LordGeovanni red/blue is not entry level anymore. Old games were hard because arcades needed to be hard to earn money. But even if it was entry level for you, the next entry had a player base drop of 30%. And after pokemon go, the most casual experience as of yet, pokemon sun/moon gained 50% more players over the previous entry.

I'm fine with this shiny change, and with seeing pokemon in the overworld. Though I wish they'd take advantage of the hardware and go nuts with slight pattern or color variations, for a lot of pokemon.

Maybe I'll finally catch a shiny of my very own. Other than the red gyarados that everyone could catch I have not once in the 20 years I've been playing pokemon encountered a shiny. Granted I am not a shiny hunter but it still would have been nice.

@Anti-Matter #49Do I want RPGs to "become So DAMN Hard as Final Fantasy IV"? No. But I also think RPGs should still be consistently difficult. You cannot tell me that the Pokemon Games maintain the same level of difficulty. Red/Blue were fairly difficult but so was Silver/Gold. In comparison, X/Y and Sun/Moon are jokes. Without doubt, the leaders of evil teams and the Gym Leaders should always carry more than 4 Pokemon. I would hesitate to say that first or second gym should, but either give me a roadblock like Whitney's Miltank or give me a 4+ pokemon battle. This is the difficulty decline I am talking about. Maintain the same level of difficulty. Not Dark Souls, but not "Baby's First RPG either".

@ShadJV Let us discuss Shiny Odds. Case that is what you are insisting is not difficulty related. And the goal is to get a shiny X. In Generation 2 the shiny odds was 1-in-8192. In Gen 4, the games introduced Chaining and Masuda Method to decrease the odds. In Gen 5, GameFreak introduced the Shiny Charm lowering the shiny rate By TWO THIRDS for most shiny methods. This has now decreased to a staggering 13/4096. Effectively it was 1.2 of 10,000 encounters (gen 2) and is now 31.7 shinies (Gen 7). And THIS game is flat out allowing you to pick and choose the pokemon, while NOT having to fight, AND it flat out tells you it is shiny on top of that. IN ADDITION to the reduced shiny odds probably. If this isn't a reduction in difficulty, I think I need to see what measure you use for difficulty.

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And for the most part there's something for everyone, with the deep battling and trading mechanics of old joined by a new GO-inspired throwing mechanic to catch wild pokemon, all wrapped up in a game you can play one-handed with a stick, two buttons and a flick of your wrist.

From there you're free to make your party of six from any caught pokemon you like, and in a cute twist on an idea from Yellow you can even choose a special monster to accompany you on foot. It's adorable to see a little Sandshrew scurrying along behind you, but a more pragmatic pick might be one of the several species you can actually ride across land, air or sea.

The biggest departure from past games is that you are no longer surprised by pokemon in long grass and forced to beat them into submission if you want to pass by or catch them. Instead you plainly see wild monsters walking around the world, and if you make contact you'll need to feed it berries to calm it, take aim and then physically mime throwing with your controller to loose a pokeball and make a catch attempt.

This is where Let's Go feels most like a standard Pokemon adventure, and it's as easy as ever to fall down the rabbit hole of raising and shaping your favourite 'mon to become perfect battling machines (you can just catch them at a high level, but they won't always have the moves you want). The pokemon in your party will all get experience points when you catch wild creatures, so it's easier than ever to grow them quickly.

There have also been a number of much appreciated quality of life improvements here compared to Yellow. You can move pokemon between your party and storage direct from the pause menu without needing to go back to a town, for example, and I hope this becomes standard in Pokemon games. You also no longer need to teach HMs (special moves that can help you progress by removing trees or lighting caves) to Pokemon as your partner learns those as you go, and TMs (a way of teaching a move to a pokemon that wouldn't learn it naturally) can be re-used as much as you like.

If you never played the old games, it's all the better. Part of the joy of Pokemon is discovering its secrets, from encountering a trainer with a monster you've never seen before and setting out to catch one and learn all about it, to wondering when and how your own monsters will evolve. Then of course there's all the intricacies of different types of pokemon and their strengths and weaknesses to uncover, as well as puzzling over unique hidden creatures, assuming you can resist just Googling it. We didn't have easy access to that in 1998.

When you're not wandering the fields releasing lures to try and attract rare monsters to catch, or putting your mettle to the test in battle, there's a lot of fun little things to see and do in Let's Go. You can always stroke and play with your partner pokemon, give it a new hairdo or pick new outfits for it and yourself to wear. You can also pick up a second controller at any time to add a second "helper" player, which is great for little people or non-gamers that just want to tag along and throw pokeballs.


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