Pokken Tournament DX gets it’s first batch of content as part of the battle pack.
A host of features is coming to Pokken Tournament DX via an update from Nintendo.
Whilst games such as the Nintendo 64’s Pokémon Stadium came pretty close, seven-year-old-me’s dream of battling Pokémon in a way that feels ‘real’ has never truly been realised. I’m just as much a fan of the core Pokémon games as the next trainer, but I always wanted to see Pokémon moving around like real creatures rather than sprites that wiggled slightly. Now, thanks to an unlikely collaboration between Nintendo and Tekken developer, Bandai Namco, we have Pokkén Tournament – possibly the closest we have come to those dreams so far. Originally released in Japanese arcades and then for Wii U, the latest version, Pokkén Tournament DX, has arrived on Nintendo Switch with some exciting new content. Does it come close to my childhood dreams, though, and more importantly: is it worth buying?
A new trailer for Pokkén Tournament DX has been released showing us what is new in the Nintendo Switch version of the game, including new 3 vs. 3 battles, replays and more.
First it was “coming,” then it was “Thursday,” and now it’s here. The Pokken Tournament DX demo is now available, and it’s time to both show and tell you about it.
Recently we reported that a demo was on the way for Pokkén Tournament DX, although at that point no date had been set for its launch. We now have confirmation that the demo will be available this Thursday (24th August).
The official Pokémon Twitter have announced a demo for the upcoming Switch fighter, and we’ve heard it’ll be available worldwide.
ARMS, Splatoon 2, and Pokken Tournament DX are coming to the Switch this Summer, and Nintendo is keen to show them all off.
Pokken Tournament DX looks to give Switch players their first taste of what Pokemon has to offer late this Summer.