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

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

After you have clicked Pokemon GO the game will ask you if you want to pair the game, click yes. What I will say is that you need to start with your fingers on Pikachu / Eevee, otherwise it won't register the action, which can be quite tricky particularly for the more... unusual... Our Pokemon Let's Go Pikachu & Eevee How to Get Meltan is going to explain exactly how to catch Meltan, how to obtain the Mystery Box in Let's Go Pikachu & Eevee, and more.

Pokémon Let's Go Pikachu and Pokémon Let's Go Eevee is finally here, bringing with it a re-imagining of Kanto for a brand new generation of fans.

What that actually means is that to change your Pokemon Let's Go hairstyle you need to switch to handheld mode, and prepare your fingers for some folicular fondling.

Let's go ahead and hear that Pokemon theme song while watching footage from Pokemon: Let's Go, Pikachu! and Eevee! . You can use somebody else's account to connect the two; the game doesn't care whose account you use.

Once done, you have to go in settings and scroll all the way until you see a "Nintendo Switch" icon.

While on Pokemon Let's GO pause the game by pressing X, followed by Y to open settings.

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The game will then verify the trainer you are connected with, and it it is correct, select Yes.

Getting to grips with the first full-on Pokemon game for Nintendo Switch?

Once inside, find Pokemon Go and press yes to confirm the connection between two. The game uses a similar catch mechanic to Pokemon Go and lacks some of the more complex features added in later Pokemon games.

Why? Because Candy boosts you Pokemon in battle.

There are around 20 Parks which can hold up to 50 Pokemon - but you can transfer as many per day as you like.

Speak to the receptionist and select Bring Pokemon, and select where to send it to.