Rumor: Pokemon Switch Titles Revealed, Will Be Pokemon Yellow Remake

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The sites for Pokemon Let's Go Pikachu and Pokemon Let's Go Eevee were registered yesterday by CSC Corporate Domains, Inc.

That seemingly factors into the game's possible ties to Pokemon Go.

Serebii is reporting that Nintendo used the same company to register the Let's Go domain names as they did for the official Pokemon Sun & Moon website. That could easily just be a deflection tactic to enhance the surprise when the real project is revealed at E3, but we'll see soon enough.

"As we wait for an announcement on the upcoming Pokemon title, which will be revealed before the end of this month, think about what Pokemon Go might mean for the future of the Pokemon series". The Pokemon Trading Card Game also seems to be heading towards an expansion featuring Pokemon from the Kanto and Johto region this fall.just in time for the new games to come out.

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'Pokemon' game for Nintendo Switch rumored to be announed soon

Nintendo still hasn't said much at all about its new Pokemon game for the Switch, but a bunch of rumours doing the rounds have suggested it'll revolve around electric-powered-mouse-thing Pikachu and the feline-like Eevee. However, like traditional Pokemon titles, expect two versions.

That's not to suggest that the Pokemon Switch titles will ask gamers to pick up their consoles to catch Pokemon, but it is an acknowledgement that the new games can have similar mechanics to Pokemon GO without stretching all that far.

Imagine being able to square off with other players' teams of Pokemon after you've caught them in the wild in Pokemon GO.

So, when are we going to actually see the game? Apparently, the whole Let's Go portion title is due to the fact the Big N wants a continuation of the brand that started with 2016's Pokemon Go.

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