Apparently, Nintendo and Game Freak have chosen Pokemon Let's Go! The possibilities are pretty much limitless, and they're definitely more intriguing if the rumors of the Nintendo Switch games and Pokemon GO being connected come to pass.
Leaked information from Nintendo suggests that the Nintendo Switch versions of Pokemon have official names. But while intensifying rumors hinting at a Pokemon Switch title finally being announced are exciting enough, it's the prospect of it being connected in some way to Pokemon GO that really has us excited here at Gamezebo. Pikachu and Pokemon Let's Go!
Though there's nothing aside from the Pokemon brand linking Nintendo to CSC Corporate Domains in this particular instance, Polygon notes that Nintendo has worked with CSC in the past to register the domains for Pokemon Sun and Moon.
"After all, it was Nintendo who released Pokemon Go Plus, a bluetooth wearable device, developed by Nintendo's Platform Technology Division, that allows players to enjoy the game without looking at their smartphone". It remains to be seen how they will be changing this exactly, but more information will likely be coming soon.
The new games are allegedly quasi-remakes of Pokemon Yellow and will be set in the Kanto region, the setting for the first three Pokemon games. As happens in the industry from time to time, it seems as though this leak is now a given.
Insider Emily Rogers has provided a new rush of rumors about the upcoming Pokemon RPG on its way for Nintendo Switch, insisting on the theory that the game might be coming as early as 2018 on the market.
The two new registered domains are pokemonletsgopikachu and pokemonletsgoeevee, respectively.
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