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Submitted by kgamer20 823d ago | news

Pokémon Rumble U screenshots are full of tiny battles

Screenshots for Pokémon Rumble U, the third entry in the Rumble series that was announced last week, offer a brief glimpse at gameplay and selectable Pokémon.

Pokémon Rumble U will include 649 Pokémon for players to battle, with up to 100 fighting at once. The game will be a download-only title and is expected to support up to four in multiplayer. (Pokemon, Wii U)

wiium64  +   823d ago
i am looking foward to this title, the down load games on wii u are really good titles, like trine 2, and little infurno, these games are very original, and worth their price. the wii u has the best and most original down loadable content, on any console.
Link079  +   823d ago
Top looking game never played Pokemon though i might get this ?
CouldHaveYelledUiiW  +   823d ago
Smart move Nintendo-
Pokemon will generate sales.

>Also, Straight to digital means less cost.

If they hook this in with the NFC function of the WiiU-
maybe using Pokemon Game Cards or real life figurines-
Then,
Get ready for a CASHVALANCHE!!!

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