Difference between revisions of "Pokémon: Let's Go, Pikachu! and Let's Go, Eevee!"

* The games only feature the {{cat|Generation I Pokémon|151 Pokémon}} of [[Generation I]], the new [[Mythical Pokémon]] Meltan and its evolution Melmetal. Players can also import the [[Regional variant#Alola|Alolan forms]] of these {{OBP|Pokémon|species}} from [[Pokémon GO]] or receive them from [[in-game trade]]s.
* The games are no longer backwards compatible with any other main series games, unlike every other main series game released since {{game|FireRed and LeafGreen|s}}.
* [[Wild Pokémon]] now appear on the overworld. Coming into contact with one will engage them. They may appear with either a red or blue aura, which indicates their size, either being larger or smaller, respectively, than their own standard size. Similar to the previous games, there is a chance to encounter [[Shiny Pokémon]] in the wild.
** A feature called the [[Catch Combo]] tracks how many of the same species of Pokémon is caught in a row without the Pokémon running away or the game turning off. The higher the combo, the stronger and rarer wild Pokémon become, and Shiny Pokémon become more common.
* The [[Joy-Con]] is used to {{pkmn2|Caught|catch}} Pokémon by flicking one's wrist in a throwing motion, similar to the method in [[Pokémon GO]]. While in handheld mode, wild Pokémon are caught by aiming the [[Poké Ball]] with motion controls. Wild Pokémon, except for interactive Pokémon, can no longer be battled in a traditional sense, but NPC {{pkmn|Trainer}}s can be battled as normal.
** [[Effort values]] have been replaced by [[awakening values]] (AVs), which can be raised by feeding specific [[Candy]]
** High [[friendship]] can boost all stats by up to 10%, before adding in AVs
* A unique section of the [[Bag]] called the [[Candy Jar]] is used for increasing the stats of Pokémon by giving them various types of [[Candy]] obtained from transferring Pokémon to Professor Oak, similar to the [[Candy]] from [[Pokémon GO]].
* A section in the bag called the Pokémon Box replaces [[PC]]s, allowing players to switch the Pokémon in their [[party]] at any point in the game.
* The {{safari|Kanto}} in [[Fuchsia City]] replaces the zoo, and has added the [[GO Park]], where the player is able to interact with their caught Pokémon. Similar to the Box system in the [[Pokémon Storage System]], the GO Park complex has a total of 20 GO Parks, with each capable of holding 50 Pokémon. Thus, the player can transfer up to 1,000 Pokémon into the games.