Pokken Tournament Wii U
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Pokkén Tournament is a arcade fighting game developed by Bandai Namco Entertainment. The battles take place in a large round arena and allow for players to fully move around it. As the battles get closer, movement is more closely locked. Gamers also have an incentive to purchase the first editions of the title, as those that do will be receiving a Shadow Mewtwo amiibo card that can instantly unlock the Pokémon in the game’s roster of fighters. The game is planned to focus more on action, as opposed to the more technical gameplay of Tekken, allowing both hardcore and casual fans to enjoy it. As such, players can perform various techniques taken from the Pokémon series, such as special moves and Mega Evolutions.
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