Nintendo’s Pokken Tournament DX invitational tournament at E3 this afternoon served as a way to signpost the game’s upcoming re-release on the Nintendo Switch. But instead of featuring a roster of Pokken pros, the E3 competition featured several popular YouTubers, as well as top fighting game players who specialize in…
Pokken Tournament is getting a 2017 World Championship Series. The announcement was made by the game’s producer, Masaaki Hoshino, at the conclusion of the Tokaigi 2017 two-on-two Pokken tournament. A new patch was also revealed for the Japanese arcade version of the game. The news comes after the game failed to qualify
Marvel vs. Capcom 3 and Pokken Tournament fans just closed out a weeks-long, neck-and-neck donation competition over a primetime spot at the prestigious Evolution Championship Series tournament. It seems that Marvel vs. Capcom 3 will make an appearance at EVO 2017, having raised over $71,000 of the total $150,000 for…
And like that, Pokkén Tournament is suddenly that much cooler.
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!
Pokkén Tournament, the Pokémon fighting game developed by Namco, will be out in Japanese arcades this summer.
The world got its latest look at Pokkén last night and, damn, it sure looks brutal. It's no joke when pocket monsters rumble, yo.
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.