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Pokken Tournament Consists of a New Dark Mewtwo

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Pokken Tournament Consists of a New Dark Mewtwo

Pokken Tournament Consists of a New Dark Mewtwo

One of the most identifiable from the Pokemon series is Mewtwo. This character has appeared in the Pokken Tournament fighting game but consists of a particular form. Bandai Namco and Nintendo seem to have updated the game secretly, with additions of Mewtwo as a boss in a Final Battle mode. The most motivating thing about Pokken Tournament‘s personification of Mewtwo is that he comes in a whole new form. Portrayed as a “black Pokemon”, Dark Mewtwo possesses a more menacing look and provides a challenge to gamers who were not expecting.

Pokken Tournament Consists of a New Dark Mewtwo

Dark Mewtwo originally appears as a darker-colored in-game variant of his typical appearance, along with a strange crystal-like thing fixed in his left shoulder, morphs into a Mega form, becoming a serious candidate in the fighting game. As per the video seen below, the player tries to take it as Gengar, who pummels with attacks persistently. While Mewtwo shields for the few onslaughts, once his health is taken down. The player can turn it around, to defeat Mewtwo along with few attack episodes of Gengar.

Pokken Tournament Consists of a New Dark Mewtwo

Mewtwo has received two Mega forms and emerged as DLC in Super Smash Bros. But, this new form is exceptional, and one speculates if Dark Mewtwo will make appear in official Pokemon games, or if it will be unique to Pokken competition. While it is too early to say, it is probable that the Dark Mewtwo may appear in Pokemon title. Dark Mewtwo will be incorporated when Pokken Tournament makes a way to the Wii U next year. Pokken Tournament will come in Spring 2016 solely for the Wii U.

Pokken Tournament Consists of a New Dark Mewtwo

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Will they or Won’t They? Skyward Sword On Switch

There are currently no plans to bring The Legend of Zelda: Skyward Sword onto the Nintendo Switch.

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Will they or Won’t They? Skyward Sword On Switch

Recently Reggie Fils-Aimé made headlines when he denounced the Nintendo 64 Classic Mini as well as saying that there are currently no plans to bring The Legend of Zelda: Skyward Sword onto the Nintendo Switch. Ok so first thing, I am sure that he is yanking our chains on both accounts, but specifically, we are looking at The Legend of Zelda: Skyward Sword today.

Will they or Won’t They? Skyward Sword On Switch

The reason this whole thing came up is because at a Legend of Zelda concert in Japan one of the main men behind the majority of the 3D Zelda games, Eiji Aonuma took to the stage and brought up Skyward Sword on the Switch. He did this completely out of nowhere and with no context at all.

Will they or Won’t They? Skyward Sword On Switch

The Legend of Zelda: Skyward Sword was a fantastic game. It actually had a great story so much so that you really actually wanted to save Princess Zelda on a personal level, not just because it was the goal of the game. It also looked lovely, they worked very well with the limitations of the Nintendo Wii and gave the game a kind of watercolor look, it would look fantastic at a higher resolution and with a lick of HD paint on it.

Will they or Won’t They? Skyward Sword On Switch

As good as Skyward Sword was, gameplay was something that split the fan base. It was all about the motion controls. It required the Wii Motion Plus and the game did not hold back. Having to lift the Wii Remote above your head was kind of annoying, but the biggest pain in the neck was swimming with motion controls.

Will they or Won’t They? Skyward Sword On Switch

If Nintendo is (and I think they are) working on Skyward Sword for the Nintendo Switch. The game is going to need a complete rework. Sure you could just use the Joy-Cons and play it like it was on the Wii. Hopefully, they will give players the choice of how to play it and allow regular controller support as well.

Will they or Won’t They? Skyward Sword On Switch

Nintendo has already re-released Ocarina of Time, Majora’s Mask, The Wind Waker, and Twilight Princess so for them to completely ignore Skyward Sword would be rather odd.

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Next Zelda Game in The Works!

Ok so, in all honesty, we already knew that Nintendo would be working on the next Zelda game.

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Next Zelda Game in The Works!

Ok so, in all honesty, we already knew that Nintendo would be working on the next Zelda game. Most likely it was in early development when the final touches were being put on the excellent, The Legend of Zelda: Breath of the Wild.

Next Zelda Game in The Works!

Well, not we know for 100 percent that Nintendo is working on the next instalment of one of their flagship series thanks to a job listing that was posted online. It was posted in Japan, but some clever folks have translated it and this job listing is specifically for a new Legend of Zelda game.

Next Zelda Game in The Works!

What is interesting is that the job listing specifies dungeons. Which is really cool as while Breath of the Wild was a great game, many felt that it lacked the traditional Legend of Zelda dungeons that we have come to love and expect.

What console will it be released on?

This job listing has got many people speculating on what the next game could be. Will it be released for the Nintendo Switch? As Breath of the Wild was a launch game it very well could. Will this be a brand-new game?

Next Zelda Game in The Works!

With how long it took Nintendo to make Breath of the Wild and also with how amazing that game engine is, why would they bother to make a new game from scratch? They very well could do a Majora’s Mask kind of job here where they use many of the existing assets to create a new game.

Next Zelda Game in The Works!

Next Zelda Game in The Works!

Without a doubt, The Legend of Zelda is one of the biggest video game series of all time and most people would argue that it is only second to Super Mario as far as Nintendo goes. It will be interesting to see what comes of this and hopefully, we will not have to wait another six years like we did between Skyward Sword and Breath of the Wild.

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Did The Smash Bros Ultimate Direct Pack A Punch?

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Did The Smash Bros Ultimate Direct Pack A Punch?

I suppose people are wondering, Did The Smash Bros Ultimate Direct Pack A Punch?

Well turns out that leaked character list for the upcoming Super Smash Bros Ultimate on the Nintendo Switch was as fake as Bowser when he says he has turned over a new leaf. Still, it was a fun Nintendo Direct and we now know a lot more about Super Smash Bros Ultimate.

Did The Smash Bros Ultimate Direct Pack A Punch?

Any New Characters

New characters were announced, one who was on that fake list. Ken from Street Fighter, specifically the Street Fighter II Turbo version of Ken.

Did The Smash Bros Ultimate Direct Pack A Punch?

He looks very similar to Ryu so maybe a different Street Fighter character like Blanka, Chun-Li or Guile would have been better? Incineroar was also announced which is really cool and unexpected. You can never have too many Pokémon in Smash and Incineroar is a very interesting one to put in there.

Did The Smash Bros Ultimate Direct Pack A Punch?

You can even play as a Piranha Plant! Not Peaty Piranha like you would think, but an actual Piranha Plant in a pot. This takes the character count up to 74 and each and every one of them is getting an Amiibo.

Spirit Mode

The big reveal for Super Smash Bros Ultimate is the new Spirits Mode which has left many fans confused. This is going to replace collecting trophies which is something many longtime fans are not happy about.

Did The Smash Bros Ultimate Direct Pack A Punch?

The idea is that you will collect a spirit of a character. Piplup, Waddle-Dee, Silver the Hedgehog and Dry Bowser were a few that you could see in the Direct. These Spirits will have to be earned by winning a battle, not against the Spirit character, but by a character that relates to them. Once you win them, they will offer your character some kind of buff.

Did The Smash Bros Ultimate Direct Pack A Punch?

The Super Smash Bros Ultimate Direct lasted a whopping 40 minutes which really is far too long and that is why it has left some people confused. Still, Super Smash Bros Ultimate looks to be a ton of fun and without a doubt, it is the biggest punch Nintendo are throwing this holiday season when the game is released in December.

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