Video: TVG Talk – Pokkén on Wii U

Pokkén Tournament is Coming to Wii U

The upcoming Arcade Fighting game Pokkén Tournament has been announced to be arriving to the Wii U Spring 2016.

The TVGamers share their thoughts in this video!

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Blaziken Playable in Pokkén Tournament

The Blaze Pokémon Joins the Fight!

Blaziken, the first Fire/Fighting starter has been confirmed to be one of the playable Pokémon for the fighting game after he was teased way back when the game was revealed, on a screenshot of him facing against Lucario.

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Weavile Joins Pokkén Tournament

The Dark/Ice Pokémon Joins the Upcoming Fighting Game!

The fan-favorite Pokémon will be a playable fighter in the upcoming Pokkén Tournament, an arcade fighting game developed by Namco Bandai and the Pokémon Company.
Weavile is one of the few Pokémon introduced that is not a legendary Pokémon and doesn’t have a Mega Evolution, alongside Pikachu.

Physically, weavile seems to be on the shorter side of the Pokémon, again, like Pikachu, which will make for some visually interesting battles. Its size is not just for show, it also seems to make it a hard target.
Weavile is also shown to be really fast with its big, sharp claws, which will make for some fast-paced gameplay and high-numbered combos.
Like the other Pokkén Tournament announcements, there’s no official YouTube upload, so here’s the trailer uploaded by the good folks at GameXplain:

Charizard Joins Pokkén Tournament

Everyone’s Favorite Fire Pokémon Joins the Fighting Game!

Charizard, the first and one of the most popular Fire Pokémon in the franchise, is set to be one of the playable fighters in the upcoming 3rd person fighting game.
The second fire starter showed so far.

If you have followed the Pokémon comunity for the past 20 or so years, you’ll know that Charizard is no doubt one of the most popular Pokémon in the world, so it should come as no surprise that he’d join this spin-off game.

Charizard seems to have some of the moves that you’d expect he’d have in a fighting game, like flamethrower and some attacks with his jaw and claws.
Like others in this game, Charizard has been given a more “natural” or “realistic” look to fit the more animal-like animations for this game. His mega-form has also been confirmed to appear in the game.
You can watch the trailer (there’s no official upload at the moment) uploaded by GameXplain right here:

Gengar Joins Pokkén Tournament

The Shadow Pokémon is Confirmed in the Upcoming Fighting Game.

Gengar, the fan favorite Ghost-type, has been confirmed to be on Pokkén Tournament, an upcoming arcade fighting game based on the Pokémon series.
Also confirmed is the appearance of Mega Evolutions in the game.

Gengar showing off his move Shadow Ball.
Gengar is one of, if not the most beloved Ghost-type in the series, and a Generation 1 Pokémon, so it is not that surprising that we’re now seeing him in the upcoming, more selective, arcade game.
Mega Gengar, as he appears in the game.
We get some gameplay footage showing some classic moves from the original games, such as his Shadow Ball, Shadow Punch and some others fans might recognize, all attacks are shown in interesting and functional ways for this title.
At the end of the trailer we can see Mega Gengar, confirming Mega Evolutions appear in the fighting game. As to how will these work, is yet to be shown if they’ll work as special moves or as temporary transformations, either way, this shows just how much deep this game is digging into the Pokémon series.

There’s no official source for the footage yet, but there’s a live capture from an event in Japan bellow:

Are you excited for the upcoming arcade game? Are you hoping this makes it to the Wii U? Let us know in the comments.

Pokémon Rumble World is now available on 3DS for free.

The second free-to-play Pokémon game is out now.

Pokémon Rumble World was made available for download just yesterday, and it’s a very different experience from both the Pokémon Rumble series and Pokémon Shuffle.

There are 700 different “Toy Pokémon”, the representation of Pokémon in this game, with some of them Mega Evolving.

You travel around the land with hot-air balloons that drop you on different islands where different Pokémon live. There are 18 different areas with more than 80 stages overall. In classic Pokémon fashion, you have types and attacks for your Pokémon.

The currency on this game, similar to Pokémon Shuffle, are Diamonds, Poké Diamonds can be purchased from in-game shop or earned in the game. Compared to Shuffle, Rumble World is much more accessible and much less restricted if you choose to play it completely free.

Super Smashing Sale – Week 3

Pokémon, Metroid and Wii are all featured.

Nintendo has announced this week’s eShop offers to celebrate the release of Super Smash Bros. for Wii U and 3DS, and just as the 2 previous weeks, it features games from different fighters of the upcoming game, this week’s special offerings are:


(Wii U) Pokémon Rumble U. from $17.99 to $10.99
(3DS) Pokémon Mystery Dungeon: Gates of Infinity. from $34.99 to $24.99
(3DS) Pokémon Battle Trozei. from $7.99 to $5.49


(Wii U) Metrod. from $4.99 to $3.49
(3DS) Metrod. from $4.99 to $3.49


(Wii U) Wii Fit U. from $29.99 to $19.99

Do these games have you interested? Do you feel that the sale has good discounts? Please feel free to tell us on the comment section below.

To check Nintendo’s official announcement click here: