The Pokémon franchise has been alive and well since 1996. The series has seen many new games, worlds, and Pokémon for us to explore and catch. Each game gives us something new and, for the most part, players of the series love it. Most Pokémon fans will delight in explaining which games they played first, which Pokémon are their favorites, and the relative qualities of each game.
The Nintendo Switch offers a wide range of Pokémon games for players to relive and explore. Although some of these games may not be strictly set up as how we know Pokémon now, they do add a bit to the overall universe. They give new ways of looking at the world of Pokémon, and experiences within it that may not have occurred to players. They’re the perfect way to explore, catch, and learn about these adorable pocket monsters. If you’re looking for a new Pokémon game to try out and explore, you’ve come to the right place!
Pokémon Sword and Shield
Pokémon Sword and Shield are the latest installments to the Pokémon series. You’re welcomed to the Galar region, where new Pokémon are hidden. You’ll be able to pick a new starter, face off against Team Yell, and unravel the mystery of legendary Pokémon Zacian and Zamazenta. There is a wide Wild Area to explore as well, where Pokémon roam free. You’re even able to team up with other players either locally or online to engage in new multiplayer co-op Max Raid Battles. In these battles, players will face off against giant and crazy strong Pokémon who have the Dynamax power.
You’ll have a chance to power up some Pokémon with the Gigantamax power. This comes with a new look and a whole new set of moves. The game offers a wide variety of things that previous games offered and some things that are brand new to the series. You can pick your clothing and hairstyle, which players have been able to do in recent renditions of the game. But you can also interact with your Pokémon in certain areas, such as the Pokémon Camp. Players new to the series and series veterans will have a good time exploring the new region.
Pokémon: Let’s Go Eevee and Pikachu
Pokémon: Let’s Go isn’t really a new game, but it feels new. The game takes the story and imaginings from the original Pokémon Blue, Red, and Yellow, but gives them a change. Instead of battling wild Pokémon, the game pulls inspiration from Pokémon Go. You’ll need to have a careful hand to pick up wild Pokémon in this one. But there are a few changes that are pretty major. The graphics, for example, are no longer the 2D designs from the original Red, Blue, and Yellow. The updated look to the classic and original Pokémon games is perfect for the latest audience.
Additionally, you’re able to interact between Let’s Go and Pokémon Go. If you have a beloved Pokémon in Pokémon Go, you’re able to bring…