Pokemon Let’s Go Pikachu and Let’s Go Eevee were released into the wild last week as the first Pokemon games for the Nintendo Switch.
Based on Pokemon Yellow’s story, Let’s Go Pikachu and Eevee has you travelling around the Kanto region with some old friends in a beautiful 3D Pokemon world fans have been dreaming about for years.
The game features a few elements from the mobile game Pokemon GO and allows you to transfer Pokemon from Pokemon Go to Pokemon Let’s Go.
Pokemon Let’s Go: Pokemon
- Gift Pokemon from NPCs
- Where to find Rare Pokemon
- Kanto starter Pokemon: Bulbasaur, Charmander or Squirtle
- Version-exclusive Pokemon
- Legendary Pokemon: catching Articuno, Zapdos, Moltres, Mewtwo and Mew
Just like in the original games, these NPCs will give you their Pokemon to keep forever.
Here’s where you can find some of the rarest Pokemon spawn points in Pokemon Let’s Go.
It wouldn’t be a Pokemon game without the three original starters, so here’s where you can find them.
Take a look at which Pokemon are exclusive to each version of the game.
The ultimate goal of a Pokemon Master should be to capture the rarest Pokemon of all – legendary Pokemon. Here’s how to find them, beat them and catch them.
Pokemon Let’s Go Pokéball Plus
- How the Pokeball Plus works
A short guide on how the Pokeball Plus works with the game, as well as more details about the Mew hidden inside.
Pokemon GO to Pokemon Let’s Go transfers
- Transferring Pokemon from Pokemon GO
- How to catch Meltan and use the mystery box
Here’s where you can find your Pokepals from the mobile game once you’ve transferred them.
Here’s how to catch the elusive Meltan and what to do with that mystery box.
Pokemon Let’s Go evolutions
- How do Mega Evolutions work?
- How to evolve Meltan
Mega Evolutions are back in Pokemon Let’s Go, so here’s how they work.
Looking to evolve Meltan? Here’s how to do it.
Pokemon Let’s Go co-op play
- Local and online co-op
You can play online or locally with a friend in Pokemon Let’s Go.
Pokemon Let’s Go battles
- Gym battles
- Elite Four
- Master Trainer Battles
Gym battles have different requirements in Pokemon Let’s Go, so here’s what’s changed.
The Elite Four have a new look and present a new challenge to trainers.
Defeated the Elite Four? Then try your luck in a Master Trainer battle.
Pokemon Let’s Go stats, IVs, secret techniques and advanced strategy
- What is the Judge function?
- Where to find the Fortune Teller Nature Lady to influence Pokemon Natures
- How to fly with the Sky Dash secret technique
- How to use Catch Combos to get more shiny Pokemon
The Judge function works similarly to Appraisal in Pokemon Go, so here’s a quick guide on how to unlock and use the IV checker to help you decide which Pokemon to keep and which to send to the Professor for candy.
Pokemon Natures have a big impact on stats as they level up and grow – and you’ll want to visit the Nature Lady to influence exactly what stats your captured critters have boosts on.
The classic time-saving HM Fly has been cut from Pokemon Let’s Go – but it’s been replaced with a new, equally useful technique.
Completed your Pokedex and want a real challenge, collect all the alternate coloured Pokemon too!
Pokemon Let’s Go Partner Powers
- What are Partner Powers?
Each version comes with its own signature Partner Powers for your Eevee or Pikachu.
Pokemon Let’s Go customisation
- Fringes, bows and hats for your Pokemon
There are several ways you can customise your Pokemon’s appearance, such as giving them a sweet outfit to wear or giving them a new hairstyle
Pokemon Let’s Go map
- Kanto region
- Lavender Town
Pokemon Let’s Go takes place in the Kanto region which fans will remember from the original games.
The spooky ghost town has had a makeover since we last visited the region.