Pokémon lets go was shown at 2018 E3. Event goers knew about it long before the actual convention took place. The game is certainly a dead ringer for the Nintendo switch format. The hype created around the game has excited many people and they will not be disappoint when they get to live it in real life.
This all goes to show that the game was actually present at E3. However, individuals got very little time with it, which is one might miss it and think that it was not present. The people who did experience it had great reviews and cannot wait to try it on their own.
Pokemon Let's Go was actually shown at 2018 E3 and it was one that was known to event goers before the convention took place. Cody Perez of Game Revolution.com was one that wrote a very good article about his short time in playing Pokemon Let's Go at E3. While he did say that he only had a short time with the playable Pokemon Let's Go that was at the convention, he did go on to say that this new version of the Pokemon gaming group has the best graphics and more intense gameplay.
Perez stated that the game certainly is perfect for the Nintendo Switch format. He stated that the anticipation and the hype of the game amongst gamers is all that and then some and that gamers will certainly not be disappointed in Pokemon Let's Go. Accquiring pocket monsters in this game is easier and more convenient than ever. From the looks at other analysts who attended E3 it looks like Pokemon Let's Go is going to be a game that will dissapoint long time fans but appeal to a newer audience.
I believe Pokemon Let’s Go was shown at E3, 2018. In an article written for GameRevolution.com on June 15, 2018, Guides Editor, Cody Perez writes, “I tried to have an open mind going into my hands-on preview with the game at E3 2018.”
Perhaps you meant to ask why Yoshi for Nintendo Switch was not shown at E3? It was previously announced for release in 2018. But, Nintendo of America president and chief operating officer Reggie Fils-Aime said during an interview at E3 2018, the game “continues to be in development making great progress.”