Published: Sun, November 18, 2018
Tech | By Tabitha Holland

Pokemon Let's Go Pikachu & Eevee Should I Throw Money in the Fountain

Pokemon Let's Go Pikachu & Eevee Should I Throw Money in the Fountain

Pokemon Let's Go Pikachu and Pokemon Let's Go Eevee have Pikachu and Eevee as their respective starting Pokemon. Not in the real world, necessarily, but why walk around like some sort of peasant when you've got a massive winged creature who responds to your every command?

Pokemon GO players can soon play their favourite game on Nintendo Switch. It's here that you'll be massaging your Pokemon's scalp to bring forth the full spectrum of hairstyles, which seem to be the same across both games, as far as I can tell.

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Specifically, you can use a feature called Pokemon GO Park within Let's Go to send Pokemon caught in Go over to your Nintendo Switch to then re-capture over on the Switch to take into your proper, gym-crushing Pokemon adventure.

First you have to Unlock access to the GO Park after reaching the Fuchsia City. As it turns out, there is a bunch of very Rare Pokemon in Pokemon Let's Go which can only be found in a handful of locations. It's the finest deal on the Nintendo Switch we've spotted recently.

There are around 20 Parks which can hold up to 50 Pokemon - but you can transfer as many per day as you like.

In Pokemon Let's Go, head to the Go Park. The new questline arrived much earlier than anticipated; The Pokemon Company had previously teased that Special Research related to Meltan would be available this "winter", although it hadn't provided a time frame. The fountain wouldn't let us put more money in, presumably because the developers don't want to let you farm Heart Scales too easily.

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