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Pokémon: Let's Go, Pikachu! and Let's Go, Eevee!

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Alterations from other core series games
* 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.
** If the player has gathered 25 of the same species of Pokémon, they can play a minigame in the [[Park's Play Yard]] for [[Candy]]. Alolan forms are counted as a separate species, listed in red.
* Exclusive new [[move]]s are available for the starter Pikachu and Eevee. Pikachu can to learn {{m|Zippy Zap}}, {{m|Splishy Splash}} and {{m|Floaty Fall}}, while Eevee can learn {{m|Bouncy Bubble}}, {{m|Buzzy Buzz}}, {{m|Sizzly Slide}}, {{m|Glitzy Glow}}, {{m|Baddy Bad}}, {{m|Sappy Seed}}, {{m|Freezy Frost}} and {{m|Sparkly Swirl}}. These moves can be learned from a [[Move Tutor]] in the [[Pokémon Center]]s of [[Cerulean City]], [[Celadon City]], and [[Fuchsia City]].
** The starter Pikachu and Eevee can activate their own [[Partner Pokémon (game)|partner powers]] in battle once they have high enough [[friendship]]. If activated while they are in battle, they use an exclusive move—{{m|Pika Papow}} or {{m|Veevee Volley}}—which increases in damage based on friendship. If activated while they are not in battle, they boost the stats of the current Pokémon.
* [[TM]]s have been reordered and readded with some moves previously available via Move Tutor. The amount of TM moves available also have been decreased compared to previous core series games.