Fans are Predicting Pokemon Let's Go! Johto for Tomorrow's Pokemon Presents Event

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By Nico Parungo | More Articles Comic Book Fan and Lazy Gamer
June 23, 2020  12:37 PM

We’re getting a Pokemon Presents event tomorrow and fans are looking forward to seeing what this big project is going to be, especially since last week’s event mostly focused on spin-off titles and New Pokemon Snap. Though many of us are hoping for Diamond and Pearl remakes, a lot of fans spotted Johto Pokemon in the background of The Pokemon Company’s president, which will likely mean a Let’s Go! Johto game.

Pokemon Let’s Go! Pikachu and Let’s Go! Eevee were cute games, with many fans not giving it the respect both games deserved. It will be interesting to see who the two partners are going to be since they can’t just go back to Pikachu and Eevee as your starters again. Actually, they could call the games Pikachu/Eevee Go to Johto but that wouldn’t be a great name.


Not having Diamond and Pearl Pokemon remakes can be frustrating for us fans since those two titles are pretty underrated these days. It would be nice if the Johto Pokemon were actually a big red herring and we get a completely new game instead but you never really know with the people behind Pokemon.

That being said, more Let’s Go games isn’t a bad thing either. Once again, Let’s Go! Pikachu and Let’s Go! Eevee were better than most people gave it credit for, offering their own take on a fun Pokemon game. The adorable factor was enough for it to sell a ton of copies and we hope that Let’s Go! Johto will improve on the previous games’ mistakes.


Fans will be able to check out the Pokemon Presents event tomorrow, through this link.

Read: New Pokemon Snap Announced for Nintendo Switch and It Looks Better Than Sword and Shield

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