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I don't know if I'd describe LGPE as "stripped down".You have a point, but I'm concerned about Let's Go versions of games that are as "seemingly" stripped down as LGPE. Like hey here's your Sinnoh remakes but you can't actually battle pokemon outside of trainer battles, or use the latest features from the generations since then (z moves, mega stones, pokeride, customization, etc.). I just think it's a bad look for remakes, but I suppose it depends on what LGPE really is.
Yes didn‘t mean to imply it as a fact, i think 2015 they experimented and played with devkits, also as gamefreak is surely one of the companies getting the devkits first. After a couple of months with experimenting and then planning the concepts, they began developing I think. At least it‘s seems pretty plausible to me. If that were to be true, the games will have been in production for 4 years next year.Well sure, that’s possible, but it’s still speculation, not something Masuda said.
I said it before, but I think it depends on their plans for LGPE. If this is a start of a parallel series of games, and they’ll make more games in Johto, Hoenn, etc., I’m not sure they’d had Gen 2-3/etc in LGPE.Maybe later, they will have other Pokémon available via DLC. That way, those who want the new ones can get them, while the Gen I purists can stay with the first 151.
As these games have been in development simultaneously with Let‘s Go games, like someone here guessed before, I too think a february reveal seems likely.I wonder when they'll announce gen 8. Maybe sometime this year with a teaser? Or maybe sometime after Let's Go?