Wednesday: Pokémon: Let's Go, Pikachu! & Let's Go, Eevee! Coverage

28-11-2018 07:30 GMT / 02:30 EST by Serebii

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Edit @ 09:07: Pokémon Duel | Edit @ 22:05: Pokémon GO

Pokémon: Let's Go, Pikachu! & Let's Go, Eevee! Coverage Day 1

In The Games Department

Pokémon: Let's Go, Pikachu! & Let's Go, Eevee! Coverage Day 13

The games have been out a while and we have covered the vast majority of the game at this point, so our coverage is starting to slow down. If there is anything you wish to see covered, be sure to contact us.
Our Let's Go Pokédex has all the data for all 153 Pokémon in the game while our Pokéarth Section has full details on everything in each route with our Item Database listing full locations of every item in the game. Our Let's Go Section also has full information on everything from special trainers to Catch Combos
Edit @ 07:30: Done various wording fixes in sections to avoid confusion
Edit @ 11:58: Updated the Legendary Pokémon page to add the notes about respawns and Rare Spawns
Edit @ 12:50: Updated the Wild Pokémon & Capture Mechanics page to include a list of maximum spawn counts
Edit @ 14:01: Created a much requested page detailing Moveset Additions to Pokémon that they haven't had natively in Generation 7
Edit @ 17:51: Updated the Co-Op page

Pokémon GO

In The Games Department

Pokémon GO

Once again, the Raid Bosses in Pokémon GO have started to shift, this time with a focus on various Bug, Dark & Ghost-type Pokémon including Pinsir, Drifloon, Gengar & Sableye, presumably to tie in with Cresselia as the Level 5 Raid Boss. As such, we're currently cataloguing all the Raid Bosses in our Raid Battles section so be sure to check them

Pokémon Duel

In The Games Department

Pokémon Duel - Z-Move News

Early next year, a big update is coming to Pokémon Duel. Starting December 3rd, there will be a special teaser of the main feature of this big update, Z-Moves. On December 3rd, Bloom Doom, Inferno Overdrive and Hydro Vortex will be available.
In the game, you activate a Z-Move when your Z-Move Gauge is full. This turns all 96 segments of your Pokémon figure's move wheel into the Z-Move so it can be the only move spinned and your opponent's Blue Moves become misses. The damage of Z-Moves are double the damage of the highest damage attack on the Pokémon.
This preview is a test to see how the Z-Moves work in the metagame and may be adjusted in the future based on tests and feedback.
With this update, they are also removing the purchaseable Booster feature to make it easier to get the figures you want. This is is not done in exchange for Gems and they recommend you use all Booster Tickets before the update. Boosters can still be obtained as rewards

Until Next Time, See Ya

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