Poké Ball Plus review: a cute but pricey way to catch Mew
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Pokémon: Lets Go launches today for the Nintendo Switch, but the tablets Joy-Cons arent the only way to play. Nintendo is releasing a special peripheral called Poké Ball Plus as a standalone and a bundle with Pokémon: Lets Go, Pikachu! or Pokémon: Lets Go, Eevee!. The handheld poké ball is adorable, but is it worth an extra $40 to $50?
The Poké Ball has a lot to offer in the way of features, starting with rare pokémon Mew. Connecting the peripheral for the first time will gift you with a level 1 pokémon to add to your lineup. As a controller, the Poké Ball Plus is limited to two buttons confirm and cancel and a joystick. Like the Joy-Con, it also includes motion controls that allow you to simulate tossing a poké ball in-game….