New Pokemon Snap: All Of The Confirmed Pokemon So Far


New Pokemon Snap was announced last year, the first Pokemon Snap game since the original was released way back in 1999.

This time around there will be over 200 Pokemon to photograph, here are all the ones that are confirmed so far!

New Pokemon Snap Alolan Raichu Promo Key Art
Credit: Nintendo
  • Squirtle
  • Blastoise
  • Pidgeot
  • Pikachu
  • Raichu
  • Machamp
  • Dodrio
  • Onix
  • Exeggutor
  • Pinsir
  • Magikarp
  • Lapras
  • Meganium
  • Hoothoot
  • Pichu
  • Bellossom
  • Aipom
  • Wooper
  • Quagsire
  • Heracross
  • Octillery
  • Mantine
  • Torchic
  • Wurmple
  • Beautifly
  • Shiftry
  • Taillow
  • Wingull
  • Pelipper
  • Slaking
  • Sharpedo
  • Wailord
  • Trapinch
  • Zangoose
  • Seviper
  • Torterra
  • Starly
  • Bidoof
  • Drifblim
  • Hippowdon
  • Skorupi
  • Finneon
  • Tangrowth
  • Yanmega
  • Liepard
  • Swanna
  • Deerling
  • Sawsbuck
  • Emolga
  • Stunfisk
  • Bouffalant
  • Mandibuzz
  • Vivillon
  • Florges
  • Heliolisk
  • Primarina
  • Pikipek
  • Toucannon
  • Crabrawler
  • Bounsweet
  • Comfey
  • Pyukumuku
  • Grookey
  • Scorbunny
  • Sobble

Thanks to Serebbi for the list.

READ MORE: New Pokemon Snap: Release Date, Trailer, Pokedex, Region, Bill, Pre-Orders, N64 Mini and More!


Check out the latest trailer for New Pokemon Snap below.

Pokemon Snap Coming To eShop?

With New Pokemon Snap being a sequel to an N64 game, it does beg the question as to whether we could finally see N64 games added to the eShop, or part of the Online service which currently has NES and SNES games available to play as part of the subscription.

The Nintendo 64 library, while small, had some fantastic games on such as Ocarina of Time, Super Mario 64, Banjo Kazooie, Pokemon Snap, Goldeneye, Donkey Kong 64, Smash Bros, Mario Kart 64 and many more.

It would be great to finally see some of these titles added to the Nintendo Switch.

N64 Mini

Following on from the eShop, could we finally see a N64 Mini in the future? The mini system has long been rumoured, ever since the release of the NES and SNES Mini. But for some reason it seems Nintendo cut off any new plans after the SNES and have so far refused to do anything with the N64 library.

The Nintendo 64 is remembered fondly by gamers so seeing it recognized would be great to see. The system also turns 25 this year, so what better time to do it than in 2021.

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