Pokemon Let's Go: 7 tips you need to know before starting

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Now to transfer your favorite Pokemon from Pokemon Go to Pokemon: Let's Go Pikachu and Eevee, you will need to connect both versions of the game through your "Pokemon Account".

Once you have confirmed you are sure, you will get a message to confirm the transfer.

There's a new Pokémon: Let's Go, Pikachu! and Eevee! out to celebrate the launch of the Nintendo Switch games, and it does something special.

The Japanese Let's GO website has revealed details on how to connect Pokemon Let's GO and Pokemon GO. However, just like in Yellow, you'll be able to get each of the three original starter Pokemon if you know where to look.

While on Pokemon Let's GO pause the game by pressing X, followed by Y to open settings. These packages are flying off hypothetical shelves at Amazon, and no surprise, considering that just the Switch and Pokemon game are selling for well over 350 at other retailers. The game uses a similar catch mechanic to Pokemon Go and lacks some of the more complex features added in later Pokemon games.

Keep in mind once you have transferred a Pokemon over to Let's Go, it can't be sent back.

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Therefore, start building your collecting of Pokemon today by transferring them from Go to Let's Go.

Then scroll down and tap Nintendo Switch, and then Connect to Nintendo Switch.

The game will then verify the trainer you are connected with, and it it is correct, select Yes. The only catch is that you'll have to wait a full week until you can try again.

At the start of the year Nintendo expected to sell 20 million Switch units over the course of 2018 and into the first quarter of 2019, ending on March 31st. Tap it and find the Pokemon that you wish to transfer.

Now choose the Pokemon you want to send, and select Yes when you are prompted.

That is not all, as you will also earn one Candy for transferring a Pokemon each time!