Pokémon: Let's Go, Eevee! for Nintendo Switch
Switch

Pokémon: Let's Go, Eevee!

Nov 16, 2018
8.70
playscore
Good
38th of 5995

Trailer, Gameplay, & Screenshots

About this game

Developer: Game Freak
Content Rating: Everyone

Summary

Take your Pokémon™ journey to the Kanto region with your steadfast partner, Eevee, to become a top Pokémon Trainer as you battle other trainers. Use a throwing motion to catch Pokémon in the wild with either one Joy-Con™ controller or Poké Ball™ Plus accessory, which will light up, vibrate, and make sounds to bring your adventure to life. Share your adventure with family or friends in 2-player action using a second Joy-Con or Poké Ball Plus (sold separately). You can even connect to the Pokémon™ GO app* using a compatible smartphone to bring over Pokémon originally discovered in the Kanto region! Explore the diverse and vibrant region of Kanto! True-to-size wild Pokémon roam around in the game, so catch them like a real Pokémon Trainer by using motion, timing, and a well-placed Poké Ball™. Go on a stroll with your favorite Pokémon in your Poké Ball Plus! Connect your game directly to Pokémon GO* to receive Kanto region Pokémon.

Gamer Reviews

3589 Reviews
9.39
whatoplay
0 review
NA
May 31, 2020

Bon jeu Pokemon !


Je n'ai pas grand chose a dire j'ai aimé le jeu ni plus ni moins 😄

10
ル子
7.80
Dec 16, 2019

This was my first Pokémon game ever and while I new about the pocket creatures for the anime I can say for sure that I strongly got charmed by their designs.

The game is very much an RPG with a bunch of gimmicks but it manages to be fun for most of the time with some dipping in quality from time to time, like some areas feeling like a way to make you waste time just for the sake of it.

One thing I also didn't like much was how much backtracking you are going to do just because you need a special move to cut off a small tree but since this is mostly a remake I guess it's expected to have old mechanics.

Personally I wish they tried to make it more modern gameplay wise but aside from some small issues you get used to these in little to no time.

50
Nov 2, 2019

Nostalgic at best. Not a fan of the catching instead of battles gameplay.

30
Tiago Dias

Tiago Dias

Dec 26, 2020
8.60
Ronan Gilfillan

Ronan Gilfillan

Dec 23, 2020
6.50
Squirtle

Squirtle

Dec 20, 2020
7.00
joshua sazo

joshua sazo

Dec 15, 2020
9.00
Nylkky

Nylkky

Oct 24, 2020
8.70

Aggregate Gamer Reviews

Critic Reviews

49 Reviews
8.01
8.30
Miranda SanchezNov 12, 2018
The Pokemon Go catching system is a more relaxing way to fill out the Pokedex and grind for experience, and I never felt like I was missing out on battles because of it. Kanto is littered with charismatic trainers ready to fight. Some irritating UI design and issues with its motion controls add up to be a minor annoyance, but the addicting capture cycle and great challenges in the post-game keep me coming back to play.
William SchwartzNov 18, 2018
While this methodology may be OK for a mobile game because the target audience is much wider, those who choose to go a little deeper into gaming and buy a console dedicated for it expect a little bit more. Let’s Go is surprisingly shallow when compared to just about any Pokemon game, despite an appealing presentation that returns players to a popular location.
Nadia OxfordNov 15, 2018
Pokemon Let's Go is engineered to let youngsters play along with their parents, but there's a lot here for veterans to enjoy, too. It's relentlessly cute and colorful, and while the challenge level won't blister your skin, the new Coach Trainers will keep you hopping. We're still not sure about the Go-style method of catching wild Pokemon, but Pokemon Let's Go's ability to link-up to Niantic's app offers a quick and easy way to fill out your PokeDex.