New Pokken Tournament Game Confirmed for the Nintendo Switch
- Author: Douglas Reid Jun 07, 2017,
Jun 07, 2017, 10:45
Nintendo and The Pokemon Company revealed a set of new releases for the rest of this year in a Direct presentation today, but they all sound pretty familiar. It can either focus entirely on one Pokemon-related thing, or it can breeze through a few announcements. It may be too soon to anticipate an entirely new, revamped core Pokemon game, but here are 4 Things We Want in a Pokemon Nintendo Switch Game.
We're officially one week away from E3 2017.
Who: Treehouse members, as well as developers and other game experts, including Tsunekazu Ishihara, president and CEO of The Pokemon Company.
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Like Pokken Tournament DX, it will be out on 22 September.
The news follows another similar announcement wherein Nintendo announced that the franchise will be coming to Nintendo Switch soon.
Players discovered the group of extradimensional Pokémon called Ultra Beasts for the first time in Sun and Moon in the Alola region. And it certainly didn't help that the physical Pokemon store was also selling goodies under the "Look Upon the Stars" merchandise line, slyly hinting at a continuation of the Sun and Moon storyline. It will feature a major content update, with a new story to boot. The video followed a young man travelling through Asian villages and the countryside, conveniently finding Pokemon-savvy players to join in along the way. That's all we know about the two games for now, but we should learn more before they launch on November 17th. Catch her on Twitter.