my wrist is all hecked up today from playing let's go pikachu with the joycon yesterday for less than 3 hours. another of us gets really nasty RSI from playing with the joycon.
so our family may end up getting the pokeball controller so we can catch pokemon without injuring ourselves. i don't have this problem with any game where i can use the pro controller, so Nintendo adding pro controller support to the game would also be a solution.
i plan to budget for the $35/year fee for a nintendo online family subscription for the switch so that we can all do online play. but not until i get let's go pikachu/eevee, because i wouldn't be using it until then.
i'm a little apprehensive about needing manual dexterity to catch pokemon but i'm hoping that it won't be too much of a problem for me. (dyspraxia problems)
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To the instance rules!
You can choose your game's language since Gen VI, but Korean and Chinese (since Gen VII, traditional and simplified) users, despite having the game's text in their language, cannot input text in another system than romaji, katakana or hiragana (Japanese), which mean they cannot name themselves or their Pokémon in their own language. I hope this is changed in Pokémon Let's Go Pikachu/Let's Go Eevee, or at least in Gen VIII.
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