How to unlock all the Pokemon Let's Go hairstyles

Lawrence Kim
November 16, 2018

While you can get more absolutely accurate, granular readings on which Pokemon are best in battle by doing the calculations and reverse-engineering these numbers known as IVs (Individual Values) yourself, using this mechanic - "Judge" in Pokemon Let's Go Pikachu and Pokemon Let's Go Eevee - is the quickest way to figure out which creatures to keep and which to transfer away to the professor for candy - just like in Pokemon Go. It lets you play Pokemon Let's Go in a new and fun way.

Pokemon GO players can soon play their favourite game on Nintendo Switch.

Over in Pokemon Go this feature is known as appraisal, a simple process where you ask the Pokemon Professors to pass judgement on your Pokemon.

What that actually means is that to change your Pokemon Let's Go hairstyle you need to switch to handheld mode, and prepare your fingers for some folicular fondling.

Connecting your mainline Pokemon GO game to Let's GO is easy.

So with all that in mind, here's how to get all the Pokemon Let's Go hairstyles for Eevee and Pikachu. Analysts point to 2016 when Pokemon Go's debut reignited interest in buying 3DS consoles to play more games in the series. Once you've acquired it, all you need to do is open your Pokemon Box and open up the summary window of a Pokemon in question.

"Pokemon Go had a significant positive impact on 3DS hardware and Pokemon software sales, so I think the potential is there for a similar impact on Switch", said Piers Harding-Rolls, head of games research at IHS Markit.

At the same time, the move to link the new Switch game titles to Pokemon Go has alienated some members of the Pokemon community, who say Meltan's introduction is a cheap move aimed at fans who like to collect every available pocket monster. Whenever you walk close to a Pokemon, the Poke Ball Plus will light up and vibrate. When it does, you simply press the button to essentially chuck a PokeBall at said Pokemon.

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