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A Second Birth For Pokémon Snap - An Upcoming Game Release For Nintendo Switch


The New Pokémon Snap
It's been more than two decades by now, where Nintendo 64 players were treated to a new kind of Pokémon. If we go back in times around 1999 Pokémon Snap gave players an on-rails shooter of sorts that tasked them with these iconic creatures in their natural habitats. Now the good news is the Bandai Namco Studios is about to release the Pokémon Snap on the famous Nintendo Switch console. Unlike the ported versions released for both the Nintendo Wii in and Wii U consoles respectively in 2007 and 2016 in Japan only, that improved version of the original classic game-title will now be referred to The New Pokémon Snap, and no, the original creators HAL Laboratory and Pax Softnica are not involved into the new project, this time and yes, The New Pokémon Snap will be available in America and also elsewhere.

The New Pokémon Snap
On this new version of the New Pokémon Snap, the player will still be able to grab his camera and photograph any Pokémon creatures, but this time it will be possible to explore new beautiful islands on the Nintendo Switch version, while all the new adventures will still be based on the classic game from the Nintendo 64. Plus, the player will find some new addition to the video game. In fact, new, never-before-seen Pokémon expressions and behaviors are added to the game while the original Pokémon Snap features 63 of the original generation of 151 Pokémon only so it may be a good improvement as well.

In conclusion, there's no official date for the game released yet, but I will certainly write another post when The New Pokémon Snap will come out. In the United States only, I know that the classic Pokémon Snap sold in excess of 151,000 copies in the first three days of its release and I presume this new version will probably make all fan of the game happier so we may expect the game to become a great success as well.


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