Video: Direct-feed gameplay footage from the Pokémon Let’s Go Eevee demo

Nintendo YouTuber Yoshiller recently got to spend some hands-on time with the Pokémon Let’s Go Eevee demo. You can check out some direct-feed gameplay footage and impressions below:

Pokemon Let’s Go Eevee Demo – Direct-Feed Gameplay! (1080p, 60 FPS)

Pokemon Let’s Go Eevee and Pokemon Let’s Go Pikachu were recently available during a Pokemon tour in Santa Monica! Nintendo of America generously let me capture direct-feed gameplay of their upcoming Nintendo Switch title, and so I played a bit through Viridian Forest and caught a few Pokemon (such as Pikachu and Meowth)!

Pokemon Let’s Go Eevee is an upcoming Nintendo Switch title that I was able to play at a recent Pokemon Let’s Go Tour event in Santa Monica. This game re-imagines the original Pokemon Yellow game as trainers re-explore the Kanto region using the cute Pokemon, Eevee! The game takes some influences from the popular mobile game, Pokemon Go, as it allows trainers to catch Pokemon using motion controls via a Poke Ball-style Joycon controller!

The Eevee new signature attacks, such as Eevee’s Sizzly Slide and Pikachu’s Splishy Splash! For the sake of this demo, I was only able to play/record for about 8 minutes, so I used my time to explore the Viridian Forest by battling against some trainers and catching some Pokemon (namely a Pikachu, a Meowth, and a Nidoran)!

Source: Yoshiller YouTube

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