Pokémon: Let’s Go, Pikachu!
Pokémon Omega Ruby and Alpha Sapphire is a Role-playing, Single-player and Multiplayer video game created by Game Freak and published by The Pokémon Company for Nintendo 3DS. The game serves as the 6th generation in the series of Pokémon and it is the remakes of Pokémon Ruby and Sapphire, released in 2002 on Game Boy Advance platform. The setting and plot of the game are same as the original title and it retain most of features of Pokémon X and Y like Super Training and Mega Evolution. The game comes with new features, including Latios to fly around the world and Primal Reversion for Kyogre and Groudon. In the game, the player assumes the role of the tamer, who must explore the land from a third-person viewpoint, interact with non-player characters and environment to advances through the story. The plot revolves around the struggle of the protagonist, who want to become a Pokémon Master in the game. The player will encounter lots of common and rare Pokémon while exploring the world and can capture them to use in battle against rival in tournament. With addictive gameplay, superb mechanics, and smooth controls, Pokémon Omega Ruby and Alpha Sapphire is the best game to play.
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Pokémon: Let’s Go, Pikachu is an adventure, RPG, Single-player, and Multiplayer video game developed by Game Freak. Throughout the game, the player has to engage in battles where the character, by default, will not fight; instead, Pokémon will perform the task. The player has to train the little creatures, make them masters, and throw them against other rivals.
The game has simple controls, such as the player can throw berries to pacify a Pokémon using motion controls of Joy-Con controller. While using motion controls, the player’s timing must be perfect rather than accurate to catch Pokémon. To start the game with a wild Pokémon, the player must approach the Pokémon in the environment.
When another player shakes his Joy-Con, he can join the current player and participate in battles with Pokémon Trainers. It is possible for each player to throw a Poké Ball simultaneously that lets them double the chances of capturing the Pokémon. All the players can trade Pokémon and battle other players, both locally and online, for the top position on the board.