The Pokemon Let’s Go excitement has taken a new turn after Nintendo has revealed a Switch console themed based on the upcoming games. The themed Nintendo Switch console is being offered in the release bundles for Pokemon Let’s Pikachu! and Pokemon Let’s Go Eevee!
The Pikachu and Eevee titles are getting the bundles in both versions of the games separately. The themed Nintendo Switch consoles have details added in depth to relate with the Pokemon series. One look at the consoles would make any player want to have a Nintendo Switch consoles like these but unfortunately, it is only possible to own one if you buy the whole bundle.
The decal decorated Switch dock and the yellow and brown colored Joy-Con are a delightful sight for the Pokemon lovers. Moreover, Every bundle is given its own download code as well. The overall price of the Pokemon bundle is $400 which includes various featured parts. However, the below-mentioned device alone costs $50.
The most exceptional addition in this specially designed Nintendo Switch console is the Poke Ball Plus perhaps. Players might find this peripheral as the most fascinating added feature to the whole Pokemon theme as it is quite relatable to the series. Players are supposed to get real feels of a Pokemon trainers because it helps the players in the make-believe act of catching a Pokemon.
To give another added flavor to the whole theme of the Nintendo Switch console, colored grips for the Joy-Con are also being offered. Even so, light cream and dark brown color options are also available for these grips.
The shadowy figures of Pikachu and Eevee on the back of the dock might seem a little dubious at first, but it goes really nice with the brown and yellow colors of the Joy-Con.
Perhaps Nintendo has followed in the footsteps of other games by introducing featured content, like the Limited Edition of Marvel’s Spiderman PS4 console. All said and done, the concern that arises from here is about the cloud saves issues that have been the talk of the town in the Nintendo Switch gaming community.
As much as the players want to have the all-new Nintendo Switch Pokemon Bundle, they are still concerned about the cloud saves that they have on previous consoles. Nintendo, on the other hand, does not have much to say on this issue other than justifying their inability to provide a solution with lame comments.