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Skrevet 29-05-2018 14:49 - Redigeret 26-11-2018 11:38



Annonceret 30. maj 2018. En genfortolkning af Pokémon Yellow, og det er ikke det tidligere annoncerede Pokémon Switch. Det kan ses som et mainline Pokémon, men er det ikke umiddelbart.

Udvikler: Game Freak
Udgiver: Nintendo
Platform: Switch
Størrelse: 4.1 GB
DLC: intet annonceret
Amiibo: intet annonceret
Dato: 16. november 2018
Genre: RPG, Pokémon
Antal spillere: 2 spillere lokalt
Online: ja, det er muligt at kæmpe og bytte online
Controls: Understøtter en enkelt JoyCon, benytter her motion controls; kan ikke spilles med Pro Controller
Anmeldelse: Kan læses her
Pris (eShop): 479 kr.

Et nyt og spændende Pokémon-spil til Nintendo Switch!
Pokémon: Let's Go, Pikachu! vil give dig oplevelsen af et klassisk Pokémon-rollespil på Nintendo Switch med HD-grafik og et gameplay, der både passer til erfarne trænere og nytilkomne. Desuden kan to spillere spille samtidigt, således at du kan dele oplevelserne med en ven!

Der findes en dyb forbindelse mellem de to spil, Pokémon: Let's Go, Pikachu! og Pokémon: Let's Go, Eevee!, og Pokémon GO – noget, der helt sikkert vil glæde Pokémon GO-fans.

Fang Pokémon som aldrig før!
Poké Ball Plus (sælges separat*) er et Poké Ball-formet tilbehør, som kan bruges til at spille Pokémon: Let's Go, Pikachu! og Pokémon: Let's Go, Eevee! i stedet for Joy-Con-kontrollerne. Du kan fx kaste poké-balls i spillet ved at lave en kastebevægelse med Poké Ball Plus, når du fanger Pokémon. Ud over bevægelseskontrollen, kan tilbehøret lyse op i forskellige farver, vibrere og afspille lyde.

Med Poké Ball Plus kan du også tage en af dine yndlings-Pokémon fra spillene med på en spadseretur ude i den virkelige verden og modtage diverse belønninger, når du returnerer Pokémon-figuren til Nintendo Switch-spillene. Den nye kontrolmulighed, Poké Ball Plus, kommer med Mythical Pokémon Mew og sælges separat. Poké Ball Plus inkluderer en analog pind og knap, så spillet kan styres udelukkende med den, hvis det er ønsket.




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#1 - Skrevet 29-05-2018 14:53 - Redigeret 31-10-2018 19:45

Lad mig starte med alle rygterne: Spillene titler bliver Pokémon: Let's GO Pikachu og Pokémon Let's GO Eevee ifølge nylige rygter, hvor et logo også dukkede op:



Ifølge Emily Rogers bliver spillet vist frem i maj måned, og navnet og brandingen vil overraske. Der nævnes Pokémon Go...

Øvrige rygter om spillene opsummeres sådan:

– Yellow remakes for Switch
– Pikachu and Eevee versions
– Red and Blue play a role in the story
– You and your rival are new trainers
– Following Pokemon return
– HMs still replaced with Pokeride from Alola
– Online has a hub for players
– GO integration
– Catching Pokemon works like in GO
– Rewards in game and in GO for linking the two together
– New accessory can be used with both GO and the games
– Announcement soon, releasing this year


Det japanske TV-program Oha Suta vil i næste afsnit (torsdag 31. maj) have masser af informationer om Pokémon - den første beskrivelse af disse lød på, at de ville chokere verden, men det er efterfølgende blevet ændret til blot at være informationer.

Man kan heller ikke længere forudbestille Pokémon Switch på Amazon Germany, men siden eksisterer endnu - noget kan altså være under opsejlning. Mange forventer en reveal i morgen, onsdag.



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#2 - Skrevet 29-05-2018 23:09

Jeg tror sådan set på navnene, særligt med logoerne, men jeg er ikke særlig begejstret af sammenligningen med Go eller navnene i sig selv. Det er sikkert fornuftigt nok i forhold til at sikre succes, men tror stadig det at det er på ens telefon er et helt andet marked end på ens Switch.

Jeg kan imidlertid godt lide sammenligningen med Gul, det var et hyggeligt take på spillene.

Nogle af de forslag der er lavet på grafikstilen er jeg dog ret stor fan af.





Mit største ønske er nærmest stadig Pokémon TCG Online på Switch.



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#3 - Skrevet 30-05-2018 05:35

Bum





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#4 - Skrevet 30-05-2018 08:41

Den fulde konference kan ses her:





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#5 - Skrevet 30-05-2018 19:56 - Redigeret 30-05-2018 19:56

I hørte det her først (eller i Nintendosofaen) - Men jeg spår 100 millioner solgte Switch maskiner, den dag Nintendo smider en Switch efterfølger på gaden og det er blot baseret på at dette er et rigtigt remake af Pokemon Yellow.

lad os se hvordan det går-



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#6 - Skrevet 31-05-2018 09:48 - Redigeret 31-05-2018 09:48

Den fulde Q&A er blevet oversat til engelsk.

If Pokémon: Let’s Go, Pikachu! and Pokémon: Let’s Go, Eevee! are based onPokémon Yellow: Special Pikachu Edition, will they have only the original 151 Pokémon? For example, will it not include more than the three original evolutions of Eevee?

Mr. Masuda: In general, it’s the original 151, but as we just showed with Alolan Exeggutor, some of the Alolan variants will also appear.

With Pokémon appearing on the field and the catching gameplay being more similar to Pokémon GO, does that mean there are not any wild Pokémon battles?

Mr. Masuda: With these games, we’re really focused on clicking the Joy-Con to throw the Poké Balls to catch Pokémon. We decided to get rid of the wild Pokémon battles to catch them, but we still have Trainer battles with a variety of difficulty where you use your Pokémon in battle.

When you were choosing the Pokémon for the two titles, why did you choose Eevee as the other Pokémon along with Pikachu?

Mr. Masuda: One of the reasons for that is that in Pokémon Yellow: Special Pikachu Edition, you start with Pikachu, and your rival begins with Eevee. So there’s that element. But really, over the years, I’ve been overwhelmed by the passion that fans have had for the character, including tons of fan art. I’ve always really loved the cuteness of Eevee.

And one thing that I didn’t know until recently is that fans have unofficially dedicated November 21 as Eevee’s special day. There’s a way to pronounce that date in Japanese that sounds like “Eevee.” It just seems like over the years, fans’ reaction and passion for Eevee really made me think that it was a popular enough Pokémon to serve as a counterpart to Pikachu.

How does the connection between Pokémon GO and the two Switch games work?

Mr. Ohmori: The games use Bluetooth LE to connect directly to each other.

At the end of the video introducing Pokémon: Let’s Go, Pikachu! andPokémon: Let’s Go, Eevee!, there was some text that says you’ll meet a special Pokémon, and I’m just wondering if that means something different than the Alolan Exeggutor you just talked about?

Mr. Ishihara: You were really paying attention to the details! I can say that the video is referring to an all-new Pokémon that will be appearing in Pokémon: Let’s Go, Pikachu! and Pokémon: Let’s Go, Eevee!

Will you be able to trade and battle with other players in Pokémon: Let’s Go, Pikachu! and Pokémon: Let’s Go, Eevee! via local wireless connection?

Mr. Masuda: These games will definitely have the wireless trading and battle features that have existed in Pokémon games up to now. You will, of course, need two Nintendo Switch consoles to do that kind of gameplay.

Now that these games are on Nintendo Switch, it’s possible for multiple accounts to use the same device. Can multiple people play the same game? Or will it be similar to the handheld games where you can have only one player per game?

Mr. Ohmori: You can have multiple accounts on the Nintendo Switch, so each account can have its own save file. For example, if you have siblings they can play on their own accounts.

Nintendo has recently announced that the company will begin its online gaming service this September. Will Pokémon: Let’s Go, Pikachu! andPokémon: Let’s Go, Eevee! use this service?

Mr. Ishihara: We don’t have any plans to use this online service right now.

With the 2019 game that you also mentioned, will these be an upgraded version of Pokémon: Let’s Go, Pikachu! and Pokémon: Let’s Go, Eevee!—similar to Pokémon Ultra Sun and Pokémon Ultra Moon—or something different?

Mr. Ishihara: They’ll actually be different games as all-new Pokémon series entries, kind of like how Pokémon X and Pokémon Y, and then Pokémon Sun and Pokémon Moon, were new games within the main series.

Pokémon: Let’s Go, Pikachu! and Pokémon: Let’s Go, Eevee! are coming to Nintendo Switch, as opposed to dedicated handheld game systems [that typically host Pokémon RPGs]. Nintendo Switch is seen more as a home console; what drove you toward the decision to develop on this new system?

Mr. Ishihara: At Pokémon, we really view Nintendo Switch as more of a combination of a handheld and home console system. It has the features of both, and we hope to take what was good with the handheld system and expand on it. That’s why we’re excited to bring the games to Nintendo Switch.

You just mentioned the games coming out in 2019, and obviously we’re very excited. Is there anything else you can tell us about these new games?

Mr. Ishihara: I can’t really say much more than what we’ve already talked about today. But what I can say is that Pokémon: Let’s Go, Pikachu! and Pokémon: Let’s Go, Eevee! focus on the home console gameplay experience, but the games next year will focus more on handheld features and gameplay experience.

Obviously, we’ve seen there are many ways to enjoy Pokémon: Let’s Go, Pikachu! and Pokémon: Let’s Go, Eevee! if you’re a Pokémon GO player. Are there incentives for Pokémon GO players who don’t have a Nintendo Switch to go out and pick one up to play these games?

Mr. Masuda: I think one of things that will be a lot of fun is for kids who might not be able to play Pokémon GO on their own. Maybe they don’t have their own smartphone—they can play with their parents or older sibling, but they’re not able to play on their own. So perhaps players who are playing Pokémon GO can catch Pokémon and send them over to Pokémon: Let’s Go, Pikachu! and Pokémon: Let’s Go, Eevee! The kids can then raise those Pokémon on their own and get a variety of Pokémon that way.

I can also say that we have some ideas that will benefit Pokémon GO players who are interested in Pokémon: Let’s Go, Pikachu! and Pokémon: Let’s Go, Eevee! and vice versa. So if you’re playing both, there will be good things that happen in both games.

In Pokémon Quest, will you be able to share game data between the Nintendo Switch version and the smartphone version?

Mr. Ishihara: There’s no shared data between the two versions. They’re entirely separate titles so there’s no sharing between the two.

Will Pokémon Quest require an active Internet connection to play at all times?

Mr. Ishihara: An Internet connection is not required to play either version of the game.

This kind of follows on the earlier question about how Nintendo Switch overlaps between a handheld and home console device. What is it that you found appealing about developing for the platform? And will the games going out in 2019 take advantage of the functionality available on Nintendo Switch?

Mr. Ishihara: It’s kind of an open secret from talks with games media, and I have to apologize to Nintendo, but at the time I was definitely skeptical about whether Nintendo Switch would be successful. But really thanks to amazing games like The Legend of Zelda: Breath of Wild that drove hardware sales, I really felt Nintendo Switch was a good platform.

But of course, since Pokémon: Let’s Go, Pikachu! and Pokémon: Let’s Go, Eevee! are coming out this year, that means we’ve been working on them for a little while now. So we definitely had this feeling that we would be able to help drive this platform and increase its sales. So there’s that aspect that made us work harder to succeed.

We also saw this as an opportunity to make a Pokémon RPG for everyone, and provide another Pokémon game for those who started with Pokémon GO looking for somewhere to continue their adventure. We looked at this as a really interesting challenge to put Pokémon on a home console and see what we could do with the experience.

Pokémon: Let’s Go, Pikachu! and Pokémon: Let’s Go, Eevee! represent our take on what the home console experience will be. I think you’ll see with games coming out in 2019, we’ve seen how people use Nintendo Switch as a handheld device and we want to see what our take on the Pokémon handheld experience on Nintendo Switch will be.

Does that mean that you’ve been developing these games since before Nintendo Switch launched in March 2017?

Mr. Ishihara: Yes, of course. Game development does take quite while!

We saw that the Poké Ball Plus lights up and makes sounds. What are your future plans for this device? Do you have plans to use it in other ways?

Mr. Masuda: The Poké Ball Plus development really started after the Pokémon GO Plus came out. We started thinking about what the best Pokémon accessory would look like and feel like. We began talking with Nintendo’s hardware team, and they came up with the idea of creating the ultimate Poké Ball for players to have, and then we started talking about what that actually means. Of course, in the ultimate Poké Ball you would have to have Pokémon that go inside it. That’s kind of how we got started.

Being the ultimate device for Pokémon games, I do think we’ve shown some of the versatility of it in that you can use it with both Pokémon: Let’s Go, Pikachu! and Pokémon: Let’s Go, Eevee! as a controller, and also as a Pokémon GO Plus with Pokémon GO.

And, of course, we’ve mentioned that you can put a Pokémon from your game into the Poké Ball Plus and walk around with it. There are some cool things that will happen, but I can’t say more about them today.





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#7 - Skrevet 01-06-2018 13:03 - Redigeret 01-06-2018 13:03

De oplagte efterfølgere:





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#8 - Skrevet 03-06-2018 09:14 - Redigeret 03-06-2018 09:14

Ser meget sjovt ud, men er mere til det almindelige pokemon Smiley Kampene er noget af det fedeste ved pokemon spillene og er ikke så glad for den måde det er i go Smiley



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#9 - Skrevet 04-06-2018 13:06 - Redigeret 04-06-2018 13:06

Bliver et køb herfra, men ser nu mere frem til den "rigtige" titel, der kommer næste år Smiley



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#10 - Skrevet 07-06-2018 18:48 - Redigeret 07-06-2018 18:48

Frick, man skal bruge motion controls for at fange Pokémon i spillet! Det skriver Eurogamer.

“In handheld mode with both Joy-Con attached – you are still required to move around to aim, but you press a button to throw the Pokéball. It is not touch screen like on a smartphone because the Switch is quite a bit heavier than your smart phone.”





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#11 - Skrevet 07-06-2018 20:12 - Redigeret 07-06-2018 20:12

^Hmm ærgeligt de ikke lave det med almindelige controls også



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#12 - Skrevet 08-06-2018 07:49 - Redigeret 08-06-2018 07:49

JOEP skrev:
Frick, man skal bruge motion controls for at fange Pokémon i spillet! Det skriver Eurogamer.

“In handheld mode with both Joy-Con attached – you are still required to move around to aim, but you press a button to throw the Pokéball. It is not touch screen like on a smartphone because the Switch is quite a bit heavier than your smart phone.”



Bruger man så bare gyro på joycons/pro controlleren, når man spiller på TV?



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#13 - Skrevet 12-06-2018 19:38 - Redigeret 12-06-2018 19:38

Synes ikke, dette er en nyhed værd, men det blev annonceret i dag, at man får Mew med i sin PokéBall Plus.

The Mythical Pokémon Mew will come exclusively with every #PokeBallPlus and can join you on your journey through #PokemonLetsGo! https://t.co/oLOTwKOiJd pic.twitter.com/xoxop6omF8

— Nintendo of America (@NintendoAmerica) 12. juni 2018






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#14 - Skrevet 12-06-2018 20:52 - Redigeret 12-06-2018 20:52

Lidt nyt fra pressemeddelelsen:

Mythical Pokémon Mew in Poké Ball Plus, GO Park, and Other Game Details Revealed

Bellevue, Washington—June 12, 2018—The Pokémon Company International and Nintendo today revealed new details about the recently announced Pokémon: Let’s Go, Pikachu! and Pokémon: Let’s Go, Eevee! video games, including details about the Mythical Pokémon Mew, Pokémon GO connectivity, and much more. Developed by GAME FREAK inc., both games are designed for players taking their first steps into the Pokémon video game world, while giving longtime fans a new way to play Pokémon. Pokémon: Let’s Go, Pikachu! and Pokémon: Let’s Go, Eevee! will launch in North America on November 16, 2018, exclusively on Nintendo Switch.

Nintendo’s E3 2018 digital presentation included additional details about the Mythical Pokémon Mew, an incredibly rare Pokémon that cannot be encountered in regular gameplay in any of the Pokémon main series games. For Pokémon: Let’s Go, Pikachu! and Pokémon: Let’s Go, Eevee!, Mew will be available in the Poké Ball Plus, and players will be able to transfer it to their version of the new game. Each individually sold Poké Ball Plus will contain Mew, as will all the Poké Ball Plus accessories sold in special packs. Mew caught while playing Pokémon GO cannot be brought into Pokémon: Let’s Go, Pikachu! or Pokémon: Let’s Go, Eevee!

Additional game information was unveiled via the Nintendo Treehouse Live presentation at E3 2018 in Los Angeles, where Game Director Junichi Masuda from GAME FREAK gave a demonstration of the game. Various gameplay elements were shown, including parts of Viridian Forest and Pewter City, and a familiar face to Pokémon fans—Brock!

Other features of Pokémon: Let’s Go, Pikachu! and Pokémon: Let’s Go, Eevee! that were revealed today include:

GO Park—GO Park is enabled as a player progresses further in the game and will help players befriend Pokémon from Pokémon GO in Pokémon: Let’s Go, Pikachu! or Pokémon: Let’s Go, Eevee! This feature allows for Pokémon from Pokémon GO originally discovered in the Kanto region to be transferred to Pokémon: Let’s Go, Pikachu! and Pokémon: Let’s Go, Eevee! These Pokémon will then need to be caught with a Poké Ball. The player can interact with them in a whole new way in Pokémon: Let’s Go, Pikachu! and Pokémon: Let’s Go, Eevee!

Candy Jar—Players can use a variety of Candies to strengthen their Pokémon in a training system introduced in Pokémon: Let’s Go, Pikachu! and Pokémon: Let’s Go, Eevee! Later in the game, players will be able to send their Pokémon to Professor Oak to receive these Candies.

Link Trading and Battles—Players will be able to trade and engage in Single and Double Battles with other players online and via local wireless communication. Trading and battling online will require an active Nintendo Switch Online membership, a paid service launching this September.





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#15 - Skrevet 13-06-2018 07:44 - Redigeret 13-06-2018 07:44

#13: Jeg er ikke fan af at man låser Mew bag en paywall.. Smiley