Hey You, Pikachu! Alternatives for PS Vita

Hey You, Pikachu!

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Hey You, Pikachu is an Adventure, Simulation, and Single-player video game developed by Nintendo. All through the game, the player feeds a pet named Pikachu, who can play and work out as per orders. At the start of the game, the player experiences a new device of Professor Oak’s to talk to Pokémon… read more
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Games Like Hey You, Pikachu! for PS Vita

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1. Yu-Gi-Oh! Forbidden Memories

Yu-Gi-Oh! Forbidden Memories is a Collectible Card and Single and Multiplayer video game for PlayStation platform developed and published by Konami. The game offers interesting gameplay loosely based on the Yu-Gi-Oh! Anime and Manga series. It takes place in the ancient Egypt, where the player plays the Yu-Gi-Oh! alongside the characters that occur in the game. In the game, the player takes on the role of the protagonist named as Atem throughout the game, who is the Prince of Egypt. According to the plot, Heishin takes over the Pharaoh, and the protagonist embarks on an epic adventure to free ancient Egypt from the rule of Heishen. The game starts with the player searching the palace for his beloved friends named as Teana and Jono, at the duelling grounds. The battle mainly follows the rules of turn-based gameplay. In the game, the player can create a deck of cards to take part in the battle and draw his card one by one to attack enemies with an aim to remove their cards or members from the game to become the winner. The game becomes challenging to play as the player proceeds through it.

More About Hey You, Pikachu!

Hey You, Pikachu is an Adventure, Simulation, and Single-player video game developed by Nintendo. All through the game, the player feeds a pet named Pikachu, who can play and work out as per orders. At the start of the game, the player experiences a new device of Professor Oak’s to talk to Pokémon.

The player comes to meet a wild Pikachu, and they become good friends. The game has three different activity days, such as Daring Days, Discovery Days, and Play Days. Al the days has a different objective, for example, collecting food, going fishing, etc. and the player can earn currency that he can use to unlock new items.

After a year, Professor Oak appears and demands the release of Pikachu as it is a wild Pokémon. As per requirement, the player has to say goodbye to the wild Pokémon forever, and the Pikachu realizes that he can’t live with the player anymore.

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