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Pokémon Scramble U Announced For Wii U

By Kevin on Feb 12 2013 05:54 AM
Pokémon Scramble U Like Eggs!

Following our previous report of the newly revealed 6th Generation Pokémon named Ninfia (ニンフィア), more Pokémon news has surfaced from the March edition of CoroCoro Comic. A brand-new Pokémon title for the Wii U. Pokémon Scramble U (known as Pokémon Rumble U in the West) is scheduled to be released in Japan at some point this Spring.

Pokémon Scramble U features all 649 Pokémon from Generation I through Generation V. Up to four players can play at once and up to 100 Pokémon can battle simultaneously. Pokémon Scramble U will be a Wii U eShop exclusive title. The current price has not yet been announced. We eagerly await more details for the European and North American region. We will report details as we receive them.

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Comments: 9

Sweetness. Looking forward to that.
I knew that this spin-off series would be coming to Wii U eShop. I am glad that it is an eShop title but I am hoping that they really go for broke with this game. Yes they are toy Pokemon and because of that they are not heavily detailed. So I would hope that the environments and action are the focal point. They need to take this spin-off series to new heights showcasing the power of the Wii U.

Also, I think that this game should include DLC with the new Pokemon from X & Y at some point in time. It would just make sense.
im glad that its multiplayer.. i got the 3ds one and it got boring.. plus they didnt have all the pkmn either.. i might talk my friend into getting it since it'll be another game we can play
is it an adventure title?
Looks fun. I will give it a try.

View PostSpareChnge, on 12 February 2013 - 11:59 AM, said:

is it an adventure title?

I am not even sure how to classify this series. More like a form of hack and slash but on the gentler side. The downside of this series is that there is not much strategy to it. Most of the game can be completed by button mashing. There are collectible and usable Pokemon toys, each with select moves. There is an element themed dungeon and huge toy Pokemon boss. If you complete all the dungeons you can complete more of higher difficulty and continue that way. Then there is a battle royale that you fight legendary Pokemon. It is basically a stadium with a large amount of Pokemon to fight against and make it to the end which is the most rare of legandary Pokemon, such as Victini etc.

It is cute that is for sure but the battle formula leaves something to be desired. It needs much more depth from the environment and the battle mechanics to make me interested. Oh and btw I own the original for Wii.

View Postaquizero, on 12 February 2013 - 01:00 PM, said:

I am not even sure how to classify this series. More like a form of hack and slash but on the gentler side. The downside of this series is that there is not much strategy to it. Most of the game can be completed by button mashing. There are collectible and usable Pokemon toys, each with select moves. There is an element themed dungeon and huge toy Pokemon boss. If you complete all the dungeons you can complete more of higher difficulty and continue that way. Then there is a battle royale that you fight legendary Pokemon. It is basically a stadium with a large amount of Pokemon to fight against and make it to the end which is the most rare of legandary Pokemon, such as Victini etc.

It is cute that is for sure but the battle formula leaves something to be desired. It needs much more depth from the environment and the battle mechanics to make me interested. Oh and btw I own the original for Wii.

eeeeeeeehhhhh, no. Not my cup of mtn dew. I tried the rumble demo on Wii, but deleted it. If it the same type of thing, then I am ok with not buying it, but pokemon fans unite and make pokemon bigger than it ever needs to be!!! LOL

View PostSpareChnge, on 12 February 2013 - 01:02 PM, said:

eeeeeeeehhhhh, no. Not my cup of mtn dew. I tried the rumble demo on Wii, but deleted it. If it the same type of thing, then I am ok with not buying it, but pokemon fans unite and make pokemon bigger than it ever needs to be!!! LOL

That is what this series is. I mean I was content with the original game for about a week and then it got stale. I did not buy the one for the 3DS because I did not notice anything more that made me interested. I think they added stampedes but once you seen one you seen them all. Again, I knew this was coming but if it is more of the same but in HD I am not interested. Only time will tell. Maybe this franchise needed the better processor to be a better game.
For those who are unsure about what this game is about, check out the Pokémon Rumble (WiiWare) album in our gallery.

Here's what the game will look similar to.