Earlier this month, we shared a set of videos from the Official Japanese Pokémon YouTube channel which showed how different types of Pokémon follow the trainer in Pokémon: Let's Go, Pikachu! and Let's Go, Eevee!. Now, the channel has uploaded another set of videos showing off various monsters taking part in battles, with one even demonstrating a double battle scenario.
Firstly, we have a really short video showing Magikarp in action, presumably using its Splash attack to do literally nothing at all, before being the subject of Machoke's Seismic Toss attack.
Next up is a battle between two Tauros, showing the same Hyper Beam move from both viewpoints, followed by a heated match between Pidgeot and Gloom.
And finally, we have more footage of Charizard evolving into Mega Charizard X in a match against an Exeggutor, followed by a battle where a single Paras is facing two mighty Fearow.
Seeing the Pokémon inside such a large, open display reminds us of the classic home console games like Pokémon Stadium on the N64, with the battle animations naturally seeing a decent HD overhaul in comparison to the latest mainline entries on 3DS.
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