The ‘Where’s That Pokemon’ request is one of the many players will accept in Pokemon Snap. This guide will show players how to complete this request. Pokemon Snap is full of hundreds of little details that help make the game feel more alive. Between the way the Pokemon interact with their environments and how they interact with each other, each level of the game is full of life. The game only has about 6 levels but each one comes along with unlockable paths and secret routes to discover. To get some of the best photos in the game, players can accept research tasks with small blurbs that provide hints. This guide will assist players on how to complete the ‘Where’s That Pokemon’ request.
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This is an instant reference to the Pokemon anime. In the middle of each episode right before a commercial break, the show would ask its viewers “Who’s That Pokemon?” before cutting to some ads. It should show a silhouette of the Pokemon and the answer will make an appearance when the show returns. It’s been a staple in the series so it’s interesting to see it make a return in New Pokemon Snap. Here is how players can complete the ‘Where’s That Pokemon’ request.
How To Complete The ‘Where’s That Pokemon’ Request in Pokemon Snap
In order to complete this task, the player will need to have access to Research Level 2 in the Florio Nature Park stage. Players will also need to have access to the Melody Maker item in the game. Now, head into the Florio Nature Park stage during the nighttime and continue to play up to the point of the stage where a group of Hoothoots appears. As you approach the sign, play the Melody and the Hoothoot will dance. Although, if the player is to look behind the sign, they will find a group of dancing Caterpie. Make sure to take photos of them and head to the end of the stage to complete the ‘Where’s That Pokemon’ Request.
Pokemon Snap has been a big hit for the Nintendo Switch since it released. Hopefully, this means players won’t have to wait another 20 years for the next entry. These spin-off titles provide the much-needed character and context that make the world of Pokemon feel so alive. For those looking to 100% the game, they will need to capture at least 4 different photos of each Pokemon. Good luck out there.
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Pokemon Snap is available now on Nintendo Switch.
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