Nintendo and The Pokémon Business made huge waves on Tuesday night by not simply revealing one, or more, or perhaps 3, but 4 new Pokémon games coming out in the next year.
--"Pokémon Quest," a brand-new video game that's complimentary to download right now on the Nintendo Switch, and is coming soon to iOS and Android gadgets.
--"Pokémon: Let's Go, Pikachu!" and "Pokémon: Let's Go, Eevee!", a set of $60 video games concerning the Nintendo Change on November 16.
-- A completely new entry in the "core" Pokémon series, can be found in late 2019.
if you have an interest in learning more about the private Pokémon games, which look not only different from anything we have actually played up until now, however a lot of enjoyable also.
The responses to this news have actually been mainly favorable. The 2 "Let's Go!" video games have currently topped Amazon's very popular video games chart, and fans appear happy with the range of Pokémon offerings being available in the next 18 months, which range from kid-friendly ("Pokémon Quest") to casual ("Pokémon: Let's Go!") to something for the essential Pokémon fans who have actually played the role-playing games for decades, given that the franchise started on Nintendo's Video game Kid.
Financiers and fans are happy because Nintendo and The Pokémon Company appear to understand exactly what they're finishing with the beloved Pokémon franchise. Provided the massive success of "Pokémon Go" on mobile-- not to discuss "Fortnite,"another cross-platform hit that's available for casual gamers-- "Pokémon Quest" and "Pokémon: Let's Go!" appear to have an excellent possibility at drawing in a large audience. Plus, fans can also anticipate a complete Pokémon game that's real to its RPG roots with a complete video game on the Nintendo Change next year. The Pokémon Business appears to have actually covered all its bases with just one statement.
Naturally, the Pokémon news also benefits Nintendo and its one-year-old console, the Change. The $300 Nintendo Change was a big hit in 2017, debuting in March with one essential title ("The Legend of Zelda: Breath of the Wild) and ending the year with another ("Super Mario Odyssey"). This year, Nintendo is banking on "Super Smash Bros." to be the raison d'être for purchasing a Switch in 2018, however adding these brand-new Pokémon video games-- and the pledge of a new mainline experience in 2019-- makes it even harder to say no to the Switch.
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