Pokémon Ga-Olé, due in Japanese arcades from July, is the successor (in terms of how it works) to Pokémon Tretta. It'll use collectible cards with which players can enter into battles, with the machine itself having a handsome 50-inch portrait screen.
It looks interesting, and as recently reported some of the QR codes on special cards will even be compatible with November's Pokémon Sun and Moon. We'd like to think the machine and accompanying collectibles could make its way to the West and aim for success, but precedent suggests it'll be focused primarily on the Japanese market.
To coincide with the Tokyo Toy Fair the arcade now has a neat trailer, which shows its rather colourful visuals and features a rather entertaining song. Check it out below.
Um... Please can someone explain to me what this game is?
@NinjaAceTrainer I think (keyword think) this is just like Pokemon Tretta. You can scan in those disc things and see the Pokemon like a Pokedex and even have them battle if you have 2 discs.
Trust Japan to make putting the song lyrics on screen equally as important as the trailer itself!
@Mega_Yarn_Poochy I have no clue what Pokémon Tretta is...
I like the style of the video of the animation of Pokemon. I'd love for one day for one special episode in 3D. Not the glasses or like the ds but 3D like the video.
@Mega_Yarn_Poochy Thank you!
I don't understand what exactly this is. Pokemon Tretta? What?
Song has a bit of a Eurovision vibe...I pass no judgement.
Get chance, everyone. Whatever that means.
This looks pretty cool, it's a shame that it's unlikely to make it out of Japan.
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