Nintendo Switch Console Bundle - Pikachu & Eevee Edition with Pokemon: Let's Go, Eevee! + Poke Ball Plus
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- Take your Pokemon journey to the Kanto region with this special hardware bundle!
- It packs in the Nintendo Switch system, a Pikachu and Eevee themed dock and matching Joy-Con controllers, the Poke Ball Plus accessory, and a download code the Pokemon: Let's Go, Eevee! game.
- With your energetic partner, Pikachu, become a top Pokemon Trainer by battling other trainers!
- Using as a Pokemon GO Plus requires installation of the Pokemon GO application on a compatible smartphone. See pokeballplus.nintendo.com for details.
- Internet access and Nintendo Account required. Visit support.nintendo.com for details.
Platform: Nintendo Switch | Edition: Switch Let's Go, Eevee! Bundle
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Take your Pokemon journey to the Kanto region with this special hardware bundle! It packs in the Nintendo Switch system, a Pikachu and Eevee themed dock and matching Joy-Con controllers, the Poke Ball Plus accessory, and a download code the Pokemon: Let's Go, Eevee! game. With your steadfast partner, Eevee, become a top Pokemon Trainer by battling other trainers! Use a gentle throwing motion to catch Pokemon in the wild with either one Joy-Con controller or Poke Ball Plus, which will light up, vibrate, and make sounds to bring your adventure to life. Share your adventure with family or friends in 2-player action using a second Joy-Con or Poke Ball Plus (sold separately). Every Poke Ball Plus contains the Mythical Pokemon Mew! Explore the diverse and vibrant region of Kanto! True-to-size wild Pokemon roam around in the game, so catch them like a real Pokemon Trainer by using motion, timing, and a well-placed Poke Ball. Go on a stroll with your favorite Pokemon in your Poke Ball Plus! Connect your game directly to Pokemon GO to receive Kanto region Pokemon. You can also connect Poke Ball Plus to the Pokemon GO app and it will light up and vibrate when you're near a Pokemon or Poke Stop. Using as a Pokemon GO Plus requires installation of the Pokemon GO application on a compatible smartphone. See pokeballplus.nintendo.com for details. Internet access and Nintendo Account required. Visit support.nintendo.com for details.
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The price here seems reasonable as when you add up the full price for the set it comes up to 32K as well - Console itself averages 22-24K + 3.7 - 4K for the Pokeball Plus (which is not available in Indian retail so one must order it online, which adds more custom duty price) + beyond 4K for the game itself averaging 30-32K INR.
Anyway price tag withstanding, the gaming library is excellent. For Indian gamers, getting games physically outside of the flagships (Mario, Zelda, Pokemon etc.) will be hard but one can buy Nintendo e-shop cards off of websites like Play-Asia using a credit card or PayPal accounts to buy them. And if you do, you'll be thrown into the world of some marvellous titles like Fire Emblem Three Houses, Dragon Quest series and all. The library itself makes the hefty price tag for the console worth it.
While Pokemon Let's Go Pikachu/Eevee is a remake of the third game in the series Pokemon Yellow, it implements a lot of new mechanics into the series. Now catching Pokemon is styled similar to Pokemon Go and first for the series, the game supports local co-op gaming where you can team-up with one of your friend or family member to battle or catch Pokemon alongside you. Another big change to the game is removal of PC, now you can have access to Pokemon you catch from at any moment without having to visit a Pokemon Centre to access the PC. This is an excellent change for some of the meta players out there. Another juicy change for meta players is the addition of the AV mechanic. There are some flaws to the games as well. For e.g limited Pokedex (Although this might be because it's a remake of Yellow), removal of GTS, and requirement of Nintendo Switch (similar to Xbox Live and Playstation Plus) to play online (costs about 1.5K INR for a year worth of subscription). Another noteworthy thing is that the game doesn't support PokeBank, so you cannot transfer your Pokemon any of the previous games so far. Although a similar app is announced by Nintendo, so this won't be a problem in the future.
Aside from the game, the console has quite a limited life if you play triple A games on handled (ranges from 2 and a half to 6 hours). Another problem I noticed was the Wi-Fi receiver is weak, so you'll barely get 1-2 signal if you're not in the same room as the router. Also the handheld mode is a tad too uncomfortable to play with due to the sheer size of the console (it's fixable using some handheld accessories though). Also, the analog sticks are too small and lack grip (fixable using third party accessories).
All in all, the game library makes it a must-buy console for any gamer. Although the hardware faults, hard to access software titles and the higher price tag for a console with lower performance value than PS4 (Pro) and Xbox (S) might make it a confusing buy for some. Still, I'd recommend it if you can afford the higher-priced games (the games generally cost more than an average PS4 game) and have means of purchasing them.
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