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[[Pokémon: Let's Go, Pikachu! and Let's Go, Eevee!]] can communicate with the mobile app [[Pokémon GO]] and is able to receive Pokémon that originate from the app and can send a special Pokémon to Pokémon GO. It currently cannot communicate with any other [[core series]] games.
==In-game continuity==
Since Let's Go, Pikachu! and Let's Go, Eevee! are remakes of [[Pokémon Yellow]], characters from the anime like [[Team Rocket Trio|Jessie and James]] make appearances and similar events from the anime occur.
The games seem to occur less than five years before Sun and Moon, as [[Mina]], albeit slightly younger, makes an appearance in [[Vermilion City]]. Despite this, the overall continuity between these games and those that precede them is not clear.
==Advances in gameplay==
* The introduction of the [[Zygarde Cube]], an item that allows the player to collect Zygarde Cells and Cores scattered across the region to assemble their own {{p|Zygarde}}.
* The addition of the [[Festival Plaza]], a hub accessible from the [[menu]] that allows the player to interact with other players locally or via the internet, as well as access various shops similarly to [[Join Avenue]].
* The addition of the [[Poké Pelago]], an option accessible from the [[menu]] that allows the player to send Pokémon that are stored in a [[PC]] [[Pokémon Storage System|Box]] to various islands, allowing them to gather items, discover [[wild Pokémon]], and even raise their [[level]]s and [[statstatistic]]s.
* The player can now replace one of their [[party]] Pokémon with a newly [[caught Pokémon]] without having to use a [[PC]].
* One new variant of [[Poké Ball]], the [[Poké Ball#Beast Ball|Beast Ball]], retaining the 26 found in previous games.