Pokken Tournament producer says it's up to Nintendo/Pokemon Co. if a sequel gets made

Your move, Nintendo

Katsuhiro Harada, the man behind the Tekken series, was also a producer on Pokken Tournament. The title came to Wii U and then Switch in a DX version, and it certainly gained quite a few fans. Those players are hungry for a sequel, but could one ever happen? Harada answered that question on Twitter.

We have a good relationship with Nintendo and Pokemon Co., Ltd., and POKKÉN has had a great response, so I would like to make it again. But it's not what we decide, it's what they decide.

Pokken Tournament DX - Shadow Drop Cup Group Match details

Shadow Drop Cup Group Match

- running now and lasting until Sept. 9th, 2018
- Basic Battle competition, once again on a Fixed Battle Arena
- participating in this brings a special title reward based on Gengar
- if you place highly you'll get other titles based on your placement

2017 Pokémon World Championships Kick Off This Friday With Live Online Coverage

This weekend, August 18–20, at the 2017 Pokémon World Championships, hundreds of the world’s best Pokémon Trading Card Game, video game, and Pokkén Tournament players will compete in Anaheim, CA, for the title of Pokémon World Champion.

The 2017 Pokémon World Championships will be streamed online at Pokemon.com/Live across four different channels, so viewers can watch their favorite players and events all weekend long. Expert commentators will provide coverage and analysis for all the action.

Please see below for a full streaming schedule (all times are PDT).

Main Channel
9 a.m.: Opening Ceremony
10 a.m. – 1:45 p.m.: Pokémon TCG Swiss Rounds
2–6 p.m.: Pokémon VGC Swiss Rounds
9 a.m. – 3:15 p.m.: Pokémon TCG Swiss Rounds
3:30–5 p.m.: Pokkén Tournament Top 4 & Finals
5:30–10 p.m.: Pokémon VGC Top Cut
9 a.m.: Pokémon TCG Junior Division Finals
Immediately following: Pokémon TCG Senior Division Finals
Immediately following: Pokémon TCG Masters Division Finals
30-minute break
Immediately following: Pokémon VGC Junior Division Finals
Immediately following: Pokémon VGC Senior Division Finals
Immediately following: Pokémon VGC Masters Division Finals
Immediately following: Closing Ceremony

Pokémon TCG Channel

10 a.m. – 7 p.m.: Pokémon TCG Swiss Rounds
9 a.m. – 5 p.m.: Pokémon TCG Swiss Rounds
6–10 p.m.: Pokémon TCG Top Cut
Sunday: Off air

Pokémon Video Game Channel

10 a.m. – 9 p.m.: Pokémon VGC Swiss Rounds
9 a.m. – 4 p.m.: Pokémon VGC Swiss Rounds
4:30–8:30 p.m.: Pokémon VGC Top Cut
Sunday: Off air

Pokkén Tournament Channel

10 a.m. – Noon: Pokkén Tournament Last Chance Qualifier
1–5 p.m.: Pokkén Tournament Last Chance Qualifier (as needed)
9 a.m. – 3:30 p.m.: Pokkén Tournament Masters Division World Championships
Sunday: Off air

Nintendo Fans and Fighting Game Pros Invited to Join the Pokkén Tournament DX Academy at EVO

EVO is one of the world’s largest events for fighting game fans and professional competitors all over the world. Over three days in Las Vegas, EVO hosts a variety of tournaments and exhibitions for the community to showcase the love and universal appeal of competitive video games.

This year, Nintendo is attending the event with a booth space featuring playable kiosks for the Pokkén Tournament DX fighting game, which stars popular Pokémon characters and launches for the Nintendo Switch console on Sept. 22. During EVO, Nintendo will be playfully “recruiting” people to join the virtual Pokkén Tournament DX Academy, which provides a direct line of communication between Nintendo and the Pokkén Tournament DX players.

By signing up for the Academy, members will receive exclusive tips and tricks directly from Nintendo and the game’s development team, as well as invitations to a special Nintendo event at PAX West in Seattle.

EVO will feature visually engaging posters promoting the Academy, as well as a sign-up sheet at Nintendo’s booth. Fans and pro players who sign up will be entered into an on-site drawing for the chance to win a Nintendo Switch system and the Pokkén Tournament DX game when it launches on Sept. 22.

Pro fighting game players, Nintendo and fighting game fans

July 14-15
10 a.m.-8 p.m. PT

Mandalay Bay – South Convention Center – Nintendo Booth (No. 121)
3950 S. Las Vegas Blvd.
Las Vegas, NV 89119


Fighting arenas filled with hundreds of fans rooting for their favorite professional fighting game competitors.
Nintendo’s booth filled with Pokémon-inspired visuals and playable Nintendo Switch systems with Pokkén Tournament DX.
Colorful posters around EVO promoting the Pokkén Tournament DX Academy.
A Nintendo fan or professional fighting game player winning a Nintendo Switch system.

Pokken Tournament DX seeing release in Hong Kong

- will see release in Hong Kong
- will be translated into Chinese
- due out Sept. 22nd, 2017
- includes “Pokken DX Crib Notes”, a pamphlet featuring the controls of every Pokemon in the game
- includes a code to unlock special Pokemon T-shirts for the in-game avatar

Pokken Tournament Qualifiers kick off today

- first day of the Pokkén Tournament Qualifiers Dreamhack Sweden and CEO in the US
- both of the events are going to be officially streamed by The Pokémon Company International across two different streams
- top 4 players at both events will make it to the Pokkén Tournament World Championships
- Dreamhack sweden Stream will begin shortly before 16:00 GMT / 11:00 EST / 08:00 PST / 02:00 AEST
- North American Stream will begin shortly before 17:00 GMT / 12:00 EST / 09:00 PST / 03:00 AEST

Pokken Tournament DX - fact sheet

Pokémon Battles that anyone can enjoy!

The popular Pokémon fighting game comes to the Nintendo Switch™ console with added Pokémon fighters and new ways to battle other players. Take direct control of one of over 20 prized Pokémon fighters to defeat other Pokémon in action-packed arena fights. With Nintendo Switch, you can battle at home or on the go to become the Ferrum League champion!

Master the new fighting styles of Croagunk, Scizor, Empoleon, Darkrai, and the newly added Decidueye. New modes give you the ability to challenge your friends* in intense competition. Duke it out with your favorite Pokémon Fighters in Team Battle. Then record and upload your favorite fights with the new replay feature**. Take the battle on the road with the portable Nintendo Switch system or find competition online in the new Group Match Mode. Do you have what it takes to claim the title of Pokkén Tournament DX champion? There’s only one way to find out, and that’s by stepping into the battle arena!


Fight as Decidueye, Darkrai , Scizor, Empoleon, Croagunk, and more
Execute powerful Pokémon moves with simple button combinations
Enjoy an intuitive fighting system for all skill levels

Watch Pokkén Tournament Qualifiers Live June 17–18

Pokkén Tournament returns to CEO, the massive fighting game tournament at the Wyndham Orlando Resort in Orlando, Florida, on June 17–18, and to the major European gaming festival Dreamhack Summer in Jönköping, Sweden, on June 17–18. We'll livestream all of the Pokkén Tournament action at Pokemon.com/Live so you can watch your favorite players and Pokémon duke it out. There's a lot on the line, with the top four players from each competition receiving invitations and Travel Awards to the Pokkén Tournament World Championships in August. Tune in to see who has what it takes to win!

Both broadcasts will include expert analysis by our panels of commentators: D'Ron “D1” Maingrette, Justin “JV” Varghese, and Michael “H2” Graf will be at CEO; and Ross Gilbert, Solomon “SolCalibre” Richard-Croffie, and Sebastian Ernst will be calling the action at Dreamhack Summer. They'll break down the action to give you insight into the tactics and styles of each battle you watch.

Head to Pokemon.com/Live on June 17–18 to catch all the fun Pokkén Tournament action at CEO and at Dreamhack Summer 2017.


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