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Super Pokemon Scramble

by Ninjomewtwo

Super Pokémon Scramble

The first actual Pokémon game for the Nintendo 3DS has been officially confirmed by the Japanese Pokémon website. Its name will be Super Pokémon Scramble and it’s a sequel to the WiiWare game Pokémon Rumble (known as Pokémon Scramble in Japan). The game is due for release on July 28th in Japan and it will be priced at ¥4,800, meaning it is a full-price game, unlike Pokémon Rumble. As of now, we know it will feature single player and local multiplayer modes, no mention about Wi-Fi support.

Here are some prerelease screenshots posted on the Japanese site:


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