The original Pokémon SnapWhen it was released for the Nintendo 64 in 1999, gamers drove the Zero One buggy across the generically named Pokémon Island at the behest of Professor Oak. New Pokémon Snap gives players a whole new region to explore, a new professor to guide, and new ways to edit and share endless photos of adorable pocket monsters.
We are doing an ecological study of the lental region in New Pokémon Snap. Under the guidance of Professor Mirror, we drive the Zero-One again and document the wild Pokémon of the various islands in the lending region.
We take photos of pocket monsters that attract their pocket monsters. They are rated from one to four stars based on the photo composition, poses, and the fill in the frame of the photo. Throwing special items at Pokémon can change their behavior and give us the ability to capture rare poses. The camera can be used for both scanning and photographyand uncovered hidden monsters and other secrets lurking in the landscape.
New Pokémon Snap It’s not just about filling out a Pokédex. We can also edit our personal photos, add filters and stickers and upload them to the internet for our colleagues to evaluate.
While there are new levels and features in the game, New Pokémon Snap seems to have the same energy as the original 22 years ago. I can’t wait to sit around with the new game and check out some pocket monsters falls on April 30th.