Since Pokkén Tournament was teased in August of 2013 fans of the Pokémon series have been dying to get their hands on the fighting title. Now that it’s almost here players are wondering if it will become the next big thing competitively for Nintendo or get bogged down due to some strange Wii U limitations.
Pokkén Tournament, the Pokémon fighting game, hits the Wii U on March 18, Nintendo announced. Richard has played the game’s Japanese arcade version, so you can read about his experience here to find out whether you should be looking forward to this one.
Dark Mewtwo is officially Shadow Mewtwo. A new trailer for Pokken Tournament clarifies the title of this weekend’s mutated cat creature.
Well, power is relative when it can be beaten by Gengar, but the new boss patched into arcade versions of the Pokémon fighting game is definitely a darker version of Mewtwo. (Update: the official name is Shadow Mewtwo.)
The summer of 1998 found me weeding through my parents’ recycling for a peanut butter jar. Once I had found one and cleaned it out, I scrawled “Pokémon” on the side in permanent marker. I wasn’t exactly sure what Pokémon was, but according to Nintendo Power, it was the next big thing.
Pokken Tournament, previously only available on arcades in Japan, is coming west for Wii U.
While Pokken may be a portmanteau word of “Pokémon” and “Tekken,” the actual game Pokkén Tournament is anything but a mixture of the two.
What, did you think that everyone’s favorite Pokémon would be left out of Pokken Tournament? As if!
The #1 Pokemon of all time according to snack website Kotaku.com will be a contender in the upcoming Pokkén Tournament game. YES!
The new Pokémon fighting game, Pokkén Tournament is hitting arcades in Japan this summer, and a new trailer is out to offer new details, including a breakdown of the controls.
Pokkén Tournament, the Pokémon fighting game developed by Namco, will be out in Japanese arcades this summer.
Pokémon: Type Wild isn't just any Pokémon fan game. It's a more intense, Street-Fighteresque take on the pocket monster series, and you should totally check it out if you haven't yet.
Pokkén! It's Pokémon meets Tekken, so hey, that's a clever title. Maybe. And you might be interested in the game, but whatever you do, don't google "Pokken." Seriously, don't.
There's a new Pokémon game! It's an action fighting game. For arcades. In Japan. I bet the internet has something to say about that.
The Pokémon Company just announced its new project: Pokkén Tournament. It's a fighting game in which Pocket Monsters square off.