In a surprise reveal, and Let's Go Eevee! were introduced to the world Tuesday night to name a few Pokémon news, and although information are sparse, this appears like the perfect tribute to the initial games.The Pokémon: Let's Go games sendgamers back to Kanto, the region included in the very first Pokémon games, to check out, catch Pokémon, and battle versus other trainers, all with a little buddy to keep you company along the way. It seems a total remaster of the original video games from the '90s, plus some modifications, and it seems precisely like the example that classic Pokémon fans needs.SEE ALSO: Japan now has a Pokémon governor and it's not who you 'd believe
When I was a kid, I was captivated with Pokémon. I collected Pokémon cards, I watched the Pokémon TELEVISION show, my favorite shirt was a gray Pokémon Tee shirts with a photo of Pikachu on it, my sibling and I made our parents take us to see Pokémon The Movie 2000 in the theater, and obviously I played every Pokémon video game I might get my hands on.One of my very first intros to video games was the initial Pokémon Red Version, which came out for the Game Kid in The United States And Canada in 1998. I enjoyed it and played it all the time, then got 1999's Pokémon Yellow Version not right after, which was generally the same video game however you got to have a Pikachu follow you around from the start.At the time, it
was the very best thing in the world to me and countless others. But unfortunately it has not aged well. When you've seen what modern Pokémon games look like, where the Pokémon are really recognizable and have color, it's tough to return to the originals and their incredibly minimal visuals.Believe me, I have actually tried.That's where Pokémon: Let's Go Pikachu! and Let's Go Eevee! come in. In the short bursts of footage shown in the teaser trailer, the game looks appealing enough to bring me back to Kanto and successfully rekindle a few of that childhood magic.The new functions like the interactive Pokéball tossing a-la Pokémon Go and optional cooperative mode are simply enough to spice things up. The truth that it's a bit more casual than the regular series video games likewise seems strangely appealing, sort of like a nice easy way to dip back into the past.Also you get to dress up your Pikachu and Eevee.Sometimes you desire those elegant new visuals and noises but you do not want to have to discover 100 new Pokémon while exploring an entire brand-new region.For new players
, it's a simple shift into the series, particularly if you have actually played Pokémon Go, and for veterans it's likely a nice holdover until the next entry in the series arrives on Switch in 2019. Assuming everything goes according to strategy.