Being a Pokemon fan has never been so amazing, yet confusing. Who ever would thought outside of Smash Bros, Pokemon would be duking it out on their very own game? It’s exciting for sure, and especially the recent juicy reveals that have been made on the NicoNico streams, Pokken Fighters is suiting up to be one solid fighting game.
The official Pokken Fighters website has confirmed two new Pokemon will be making it onto the ring. Frogadier and Eevee have been confirmed officialy by the electronic manual on the website, which you can check out here.
As of now, the game has only been confirmed for arcades in Japan, leaving countries in the West and the Wii U in dust with no release date for either one of those that were mentioned. Don’t be surprised if Game Freak decides to publish the game on the console too. How do you feel about all these character additions? Let us know in the comment section below.
With the story reported yesterday that Capcom was developing an arcade version of Luigi’s Mansion, it left us with a cliffhanger with what it actually would consist of.
Some of the details have surfaced onto NeoGaf, which have been translated from Japanese to English, giving us a better idea of what the game consists of. Unfortunately, no gameplay details have been revealed.
Coming Summer 2015.
-1st person perspective. Luigi does appear in some cutscenes.
-Professor E. Gadd gives the tutorial and some in-game advice.
-Based on LM2 – Gloomy Mansion was the only mansion featured in the location test. More stages in the final game.
-Controller shaped like the Poltergust (including rectangular end), two buttons (trigger + strobe). Shake left and right to suck in ghosts.
-The main unit itself had a start button and a bomb button.
No news have been revealed on wheter the arcade version of the game is coming to the West. But if news surfaces, be sure to check back here for the latest scoop. Are you willing to give the arcade version of Luigi’s Mansion a try?
Capcom has sneakily been doing some experimenting lately involving Luigi’s Mansion, and has been running testing for an arcade version of the game.
Ever since October 30th, Capcom has been letting people test the arcade version in Japan. How sneaky of you Capcom! Here’s some pictures below of the event.