- Number of Players
- Release Date
- 22nd Sep 2017, $59.99
- 22nd Sep 2017, £49.99
- Pokémon, Pokken Tournament
- E3 2017
Review Pokkén Tournament DX (Switch)
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About The Game
The Nintendo Switch exclusive Pokkén Tournament DX is a one-on-one Pokémon fighting game, becoming the first Pokémon title on the system. With one Nintendo Switch, you can share one of the Joy-Con controllers with a friend and have awesome head-to-head battles anytime. Pokkén Tournament DX is compatible with all the different Switch setups—tabletop mode, TV mode, and handheld mode, so you can enjoy playing however you like.
Along with adding all the features from both the arcade version and the Wii U version of Pokkén Tournament, Pokkén Tournament DX is also full of new features. All the Pokémon that were in and added to the arcade version will be there, including Pikachu and Charizard. And now Decidueye from Pokémon Sunand Pokémon Moon will appear as a Battle Pokémon, too. Over 20 Pokémon with their own unique characteristics and battle styles can join the fight!
In the Wii U version, there were some Pokémon that unlocked as you progressed through the game, but in Pokkén Tournament DX, all of these Pokémon will be available for use from the start. There will also be new battle modes such as Team Battle and other features that will allow you to get the most out of playing Pokkén Tournament DX.
Pokkén Tournament DX’s fighting system is simple enough that even people who don’t usually enjoy fighting games can have fun using their favorite Pokémon.
With its easy controls, simple game system, and exhilarating battles between dynamic, realistic Pokémon, anyone can enjoy Pokkén Tournament DX.
Look forward to exciting new Pokémon battles when Pokkén Tournament DXlaunches on September 22, 2017 exclusively for Nintendo Switch.
So happy to see this coming to the Switch! Now, I can play one of my favorite Wii U games anywhere, alongside more characters!
I'd like to see all of my wii u games make it to the switch - including XCX and DKCTF.
Never got on Wiiu. Looking forward to this title!
Can't decide if I want this or DBZXenoverse 2?????
Played the demo on my switch today. It's really awesome.
Needs Scrafty. I will have what I want. I'll never stop
I'm hoping to get this by November or December!
I tried the demo version of this game on Wii U, but got the full version of its Switch edition here and finished it to the end. Good fun. I picked Suicune as my starter, she's awesome.
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