Pokemon Let's Go Pikachu & Pokemon Let's Go Eevee Domain Names Registered

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After yesterday's rumors stating Pokemon for Nintendo Switch will mark the series' return to the Kanto region in Pokemon Let's Go Pikachu and Pokemon Let's Go Eevee, it appears as though Nintendo has registered the domain names for these titles.

That seemingly factors into the game's possible ties to Pokemon Go.

Though there's nothing aside from the Pokemon brand linking Nintendo to CSC Corporate Domains in this particular instance, Polygon notes that Nintendo has worked with CSC in the past to register the domains for Pokemon Sun and Moon. "How could Switch benefit from Pokémon Go's success, and how could Pokemon Go benefit from Switch's success?" a post on Roger's blog reads. It's certainly the first thing that comes to mind upon hearing them.

Web domains for two alleged Pokemon games were recently registered, hinting that Nintendo could be revealing the new Pokemon games as soon as this week.

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Apparently, there will be two version of the upcoming role-playing game: Pokemon Let's Go!

This news that a Pokemon game will be coming to Nintendo Switch has been building for a while now. Looks like Nintendo Switch users might be getting that after all.

Pokemon on Switch has yet to attract a release date.

Imagine being able to square off with other players' teams of Pokemon after you've caught them in the wild in Pokemon GO.

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With E3 on the horizon, rumors about the Pokemon titles coming to Nintendo Switch have kicked into high gear.

If the information about a reveal before the end of May turns out to be correct, we should get a taste of whether this is the direction Nintendo is going within the next few weeks.

The Pokemon Switch logo, which can be viewed below, reads 'Pokemon Let's GO!

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