Pokemon Let's Go: 7 tips you need to know before starting

Pokemon Let's Go: 7 tips you need to know before starting

There are two ways to get the Gen 1 starters: You can catch them in the wild, or you can receive them as one-time gifts from NPCs.

One of the big surprises for Pokemon Let's Go was the reveal that you cannot only deck out your Partner Pokemon - Eevee or Pikachu - with adorable outfits, complete with glasses, hats and other accessories, but also give them hairstyles. The two main titles that will assist the Nintendo Switch sales considerably are; Pokemon: Let's Go and Super Smash Bros. The games are loose remakes of Pokemon Yellow and give players a chance to explore the familiar Kanto region first seen in the original Pokemon games. Catching just one will be enough to unlock Meltan in Pokemon Let's Go Pikachu & Eevee. And some rewards are locked behind the amount of Pokemon you catch, not just the type of Pokemon you catch.

Pokemon GO players can soon play their favourite game on Nintendo Switch.

Keep in mind once you have transferred a Pokemon over to Let's Go, it can't be sent back. Fuchsia City is where you will get access to Go Parks. Well, first, you have to connect a Pokemon Go account with your Pokemon Let's Go, and transfer any one Pokemon from Go to Let's Go.

Then scroll down and tap Nintendo Switch, and then Connect to Nintendo Switch. You have to press "X" to bring up the menu and go into the settings by pressing Y.

At the start of the year Nintendo expected to sell 20 million Switch units over the course of 2018 and into the first quarter of 2019, ending on March 31st.

"But there are also some incentives to move a lot of the same Pokemon from GO - the same species - and there are some sort of mini games you can play if you do that". It really isn't immediately obvious what you have to do.

We've summarised them briefly below, but you should watch the full video above if you want to become a master. Tap it and find the Pokemon that you wish to transfer.

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