Pokkén Tournament is a classic three-dimensional fighting game starring Pokémon. The title is the result of collaboration with the producers of Nintendo Bandai Namco. Leading the development team are Katsuhiro Harada, who is responsible for creating a set of takes on all the popular Tekken series, and Masaaki Hoshino, who oversaw work on the Soulcalibur cycle. The experience of both artists helped create an impressive combat system in which you will find both veterans of combat and completely new species. Originally Pokkén Tournament debuted in July 2014 in the Japanese Arcade arcade. The console version of the title includes a number of changes introduced by the authors through player reviews, as well as new fun options for single players. The basic assumptions of the game are no different from most popular three-dimensional battles.
Battles involving two players held closed arenas. Players choose one of several available Pokémon, including creatures from the main RPG series' oldest and newest hits. In the list we can find Pokemon such as Lucario, Machamp, Suicune, Gardevoir, Pikachu, Gengar, Weavile, Charizard and Blaziken, among others. Each of them represents a different fighting style and has unique combos. In addition, another Pokemon in a support role can be obtained for a few seconds after using the appropriate key combination. Our partners can be creatures like Emolga, Fennekin, Snivy, Frogadier, Eevee, Lapras or Whimsicott that use a single powerful punch/attack. I'll say it right off the bat, Pokken Tournament is just an improved and in a way evolved version of the original Wii U. We've got some new characters that are familiar from slots, some new modes, and basically that's pretty much it . So, dear reader, if you played Pokken a lot on the previous Nintendo console, the Switch version won't make much of an impression on you. Well, unless you're happy with those few new characters and the fact that you can fight them anywhere. Which is a big advantage for me.
CPU: Intel Core 2 Duo, 3.0GHz / AMD Athlon 64 X2 6400+, 3.2GHz
RAM: 2 GB
OS: Microsoft Windows XP/Vista/7/8/8.1 (64-bit)
GPU: nVIDIA GeForce GTX 260, 512 MB / ATI Radeon HD 5670, 512 MB
HDD: 4 GB
Pokkén Tournament is nothing but a Pokemon fighter. However, it is not just any mordokenka, because created together by specialists from Bandai Namco and The Pokemon Company, it draws strong inspiration not only from classic two-dimensional fights in the style of Tekken, but also from three-dimensional ones such as Naruto Shippuden or Dragon Ball Xenoverse.
Pokkén Tournament Let's skip the plot, because it's so weak that it's a pity to even mention it (although if the creators tried - they could make something interesting out of it), let's focus on the meat instead. At the start, just like in Mario Kart 8 Deluxe, we have all the characters unlocked: the original sixteen from Wii U, plus four Pokemon previously only available on slots and an exclusive for this issue of Decidueye from the 7th generation, which gives us a total of 21 players. A little bit, and taking into account the fact that the source material was over 800 creatures ... Well, a bit bad, especially since the choice of some players is quite specific. Chandelure instead of Himtonchana / lee / top? A wrestling version of Pikachu (Pikachu Libre), while his place would be great for a hare such as Hawluch, who is actually stylized as Mexican luchadores? Personally, I would mention a few creatures, or just add more.
Pokkén Tournament After selecting your Pokemon (divided into four types: Speed, Power, Technique, Standard, each has its own strengths and weaknesses), it's time to choose a support. Here again we have all the supporting Pokemon pairs unlocked with the addition of one new pair. Support can be used during combat after recharging and use it, as described in the selection section, e.g. to increase the attack power, lightly heal or attack the opponent. We will choose a supporting Pokemon from the two selected before each round of combat.