Another great Wii U title makes its way over to the Switch.
The Wii U may have had a short and miserable lifespan, but there’s no doubt in anyone’s minds that along the road, it saw a few great releases every now and then. One of the last truly good games to come out on the system was Pokken Tournament, a collaboration between Bandai Namco and Nintendo that saw players engaging in a full-on fighter that featured a large roster of Pokemon. Pokken Tournament is now making its way over to the Nintendo Switch, like a few other games before it (and probably a few more games in the future), but it’s not a simple repackaging. It is the definitive way to play the game both, for those who have played the game before and for those who haven’t.
Here in this feature, we’re going to take a look at fourteen things you should about Pokken Tournament DX for the Nintendo Switch. Without any further ado, let’s get right into it.
While the Wii U version of Pokken Tournament had a roster that contained sixteen Pokemon to choose from, the Switch version of the game will have an expanded roster of 21 fighters. Four of these will be Croagunk, Empoleon, Darkrai, and Scizor, all of which were available in the Arcade version of the game, but never the Wii U one.