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eShop: Pokken Tournament Listing Says It’s Just Over 4GB

Pokken Tournament’s page is now up on the North American eShop and there’s a few details that you are bound to want to know. The page says that the Wii U fighting title weighs in at 4234.4MB and that the following controllers will be supported when the game is released:

  • Wii U Pro Controller
  • Wii Remote + Classic Controller Pro
  • Wii Remote
  • Wii Remote + Nunchuck
  • Wii U GamePad

There’s also online and local play as well as leaderboards. If you’re interested here’s the game’s description from the North American eShop listing.

Battle Pokemon live never before in all-new, action-packed arena fights! Perform vivid Pokemon movies in all their glory with button combinations through an intuitive fighting system to unleash devastating attacks upon your opponent to become the Pokken Tournament champion!

Learn various fighting styles of Pokemon such as Pikachu, Charizard, Lucario, and more. Any fan will be able to learn and execute signature Pokemon moves with a press of a button. Turn the tide of battle by calling upon support Pokemon to assist, and unleash devastating attacks to KO your opponent.

Battles await, and it’s up to you to claim the title of Pokken Tournament champion!


11 thoughts on “eShop: Pokken Tournament Listing Says It’s Just Over 4GB”

  1. I’m so conflicted as to whether I want the digital or physical of this. That mewtwo amiibo card doesn’t seem like the biggest incentive to me and I wouldn’t even use it as I prefer to unlock stuff the old fashion way. I also feel like this is a game I would actually play a lot and it would nice to have immediate access right on my HD. D:

    1. Nintendo Magistrate: Lance Bulmer

      Remove the electric rat then it would be a good game. That little freak is out of place in a game like this i mean look at the competition its up against mostly fighting types ans actual pokemon that fit i fell pikachu was only slapped in there due to the creators knowing the 30yo+ players will get it due to that reason

        1. Nintendo Magistrate: Lance Bulmer

          true but he’s actually a fighter where as that little electric rat is out of place and truthfully unfairly match against the competition

          1. What do you even mean “out of place”?
            Pokemon battle against other Pokemon big or small.
            One of the many reasons they are used for; sport. Fighting.
            As seen in the anime, manga, video games, trading cards…
            Pretty much everything Pokemon related.
            I don’t see the problem.

            1. Nintendo Magistrate: Lance Bulmer

              yes but the Pok’emon that are fighters are actual fighting, ghost & psychic but Pikachu seems a little too “placed in there just due to being the mascot they feel like they need to add it to anything (fanservice)

  2. LOL that would be like making a Disney fighting game and not including Mickey Mouse or an even better example: making a super smash bros game and not including Mario. It’s just not going to happen. And I, for one, am excited to use luchador Pikachu lololololol

  3. No GameCube controller, darn… I mean, by no means I think that the NGC pad is great fighting pad for a game that’s not SSB, but it’s miss opportunity give that adapter another use, at least some the Nintendo published games that came after it should be compatible!

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