Pokémon Let’s Go developer: Be confident in us

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Pokémon: Let’s Go Pikachu and Let’s Go Eevee was advertised just before E3 where we then saw a short trailer in conjunction with the Nintendo E3-presentation. But although it is gratifying that there will be a new game in the series for the Switch, there have been some criticisms that the game is integrated with Pokémon Go and that it is also a little simpler than we are used to from the series. Now, developer Game Freak has commented on this and asks for the fans’ confidence going forward.

The Pokémon Boss opens up

It is Pokémon Company boss Tsunekashu Ishihara who had the following to say to big Japanese Games magazine Famitsu mention that there will be a lot of development in 2018 and 2019. The Pokemon scene is expected to grow by 100% in 2018 and 50% in 2019 making it the biggest success for PlayStation ever. This is, of course, incredible fun for a company that many people thought would not make it into the new era of computer and mobile games. With more titles and games coming up we believe that games from this developer will become a player to count within the future. It has something to live up to but the high expectation is in general good in the area of games.

Watch the 45 min Treehouse broadcast

Even though the big presentations are done for this time, E3 continues to live on through the fair itself. On-site, Nintendo has its Treehouse broadcasts where they immerse themselves in selected titles released on their machines. If you are curious about the next Pokémon incarnation, Pokémon: Let’s Go, you should aim your eyes at the clip down below as it offers 48-minute gameplay and developer-talk.

What do you think?

Do you trust them, or are you looking forward to next year’s Pokémon instead which is said to be the TRUE sequel for the fans? On another note, Pokemon can be seen everywhere. If you are interested in a casino there are several slots with a Pokemon theme. Check out CazinoWizard.org to learn more about these games. It is fun to try to see Pokemon from a totally new perspective.