Wii U Pokémon Tekken (Pokken Tournament)

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Ich finds geil, so lange es eben nur Pokémon bleiben. Am liebsten auch nur Kampf Pokémon.
da ich wohl kein DOA auf der WiiU bekommen werde, werde ich das hier mal im Auge behalten.

Aus diesen Pokemon würde ich als Entwickler wählen:

Rasaff, Machomei, Kicklee, Nockchan, Kapoera, Hariyama, Meistagrif, Jiutesto, Karadonis, Wie-Shu,
Menditalis, Lucario, Pandagro, Resladero, Quappo, Mewtu, Skaraborn, Lohgock, Kapilz, Panferno, Toxiquak,
Galagladi, Flambirex, Irokex, Bigaron

Sind alles die höchsten Entwicklungen (ohne Mega und speziellen Formen) von Kampfpokémon, die zusätzlich auf zwei Beinen stehen stehen.
 
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Pokken Tournament Won’t Use High/Mid/Low Guard Mechanics

Yesterday, after The Pokémon Company’s announcement of Pokkén Tournament, Bandai Namco’s Tekken producer Katsuhiro Harada took to Twitter to answer a few questions about the game, and EventHubs took the time to translate his replies.

Regarding whether or not Tekken characters would make guest appearances in Pokkén Tournament, Harada confirmed once more that this will not be happening.

“As we’re making a Pokemon fighting action battle game, I’ve already touched on this while on the livestream, but in this game there will not be a high/mid/low guard system mechanic,” Harada added. “Instead, we’re planning to include a new type of [mechanic]…”

Harada also addressed the fact that the only Pokémon we’ve seen teased for Pokkén Tournament so far—Lucario, Blaziken and Machamp—are humanoid in nature, stating that adding non-humanoid Pokémon to the game shouldn’t be a problem at all.

“Technologically-speaking, we shouldn’t face any problems in implementing whatever Pokemon we want,” Harada said. “In terms of the system mechanics, we’ll be looking at what fans would want, so please rest assured.”

On the official website for Pokkén Tournament, Harada also said the goal for the game is to turn it into a fighter that players who don’t typically play fighting games would enjoy. You can read his thoughts on the game here.

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Pokkén Tournament Being Considered For International Release

Tekken series producer Katsuhiro Harada had a couple more things to say about Pokkén Tournament in response to enquiring fans over Twitter.

When asked if the game would contain only Fighting-type Pokémon, Harada replied, “Guys, Don’t worry about that. It’s not only Fighting-type.”

Upon being asked if the game would be released internationally, Harada replied, “Considering now.” Presumably, he is referring to an international arcade release, since Pokkén Tournament has not been confirmed for a console release (yet).

When asked whether Pokkén Tournament would be a 1-on-1 fighter or a tag-team fighter, Harada said, “It’s secret. And we have some new ideas.”

Another fan asked if Pokkén Tournament would only consist of fully-evolved Pokémon, and whether Element Types would come into play during battles. To these questions, Harada replied “no” and “no comment” respectively.

Pokkén Tournament will be released in Japanese arcades in 2015.

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During the interview, Famitsu ask Ishihara what parts of the game he personally thinks are its biggest highlights and appeal.

“I believe that this project’s most entertaining and refreshing aspect is about being able to move your own Pokémon and watch them react and pull off moves in full-frame, and the freshness of real-time. We’re working on making those aspects as enthralling and fun as possible,” Ishihara replies.

Famitsu point out that the trailer shows what appears to be Lucario changing his form with a Mega Evolution, and ask if the feature is in the game.

“Yes, Mega Evolutions are implemented in the game,” responds Hoshino. “I believe you might be able to tell just by watching the trailer, but when Lucario changes forms, that’s the Mega Evolution.”

Famitsu then notes that starting with Mega Evolutions, the game sounds like it’ll have plenty of Pokémon-like features.

“And that’s not all, we’re also adding things that would fit in well with this game’s characteristics,” says Hoshino.

“When you think about Mega Evolution, there are those [Pokémon] that do Mega Evolve and those that don’t, so you might wonder what happens to the ones that don’t,” says Harada. “We’ve already thought of plenty of things like that since the early planning stage, in order to make it more like a Pokémon game.

“That’s how we’re thinking of shaping this game into one with an emphasis on Pokémon’s way of playing, along with many of the game’s own ideas as well,” he adds.

Next, Famitsu asks about how many Pokémon can we expect to see participate in Pokkén Tournament.

“Over the 700 total Pokémon… is what I’d like to say, but the development wouldn’t be done on time by the time we decided,” responds Harada with a laugh. “We expect it to be a little more limited.”

“That said, I believe that the general direction that current fighting games are trending towards having more characters,” adds Hoshino. “I also believe that getting a grasp of how to play as all the characters is a big part of the fun, and as far expanding that goes, we’re thinking of starting with Pokémon that are easy to understand, and with a nice range of movements and ways to play.”

Famitsu then ask if there’s a possibility we could see characters from the Tekken series make an appearance.

“This time, it’s a battle that takes place in the world of Pokémon, so we’re not thinking about having Tekken characters appear. However, once you play it, then there might be some sort of hidden elements that could bring a smile to fans of the Tekken series,” answers Hoshino with a laugh.

When asked how far along the development is for Pokkén Tournament, Hoshino says that they’re currently at about 30% complete, and that they’re currently taking their time working on a new system, while putting their cultivated know-how to its full potential.

Harada also says that the game’s first demo will be sometime in 2015, as they’d like to take the rest of this year to work thoroughly on the game.

Famitsu ask Ishihara if he could share a little more on his thoughts of having a Pokémon title going into arcades.

“As far as it being an arcade game goes, my strongest hope is for it to be a high-end game where players can experience getting to play as Pokémon in full motion,” says Ishihara. “Again, the Pokémon World Championship that is held each year that focuses on players going against each other in Pokémon games, and I’d like to see Pokkén be added as one of the important titles to those Pokémon battles.”
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Pokken Tournament Is Being Made To Appeal To Older Pokemon Fans

Pokémon titles have always been made for fans of all ages, but it looks like Pokkén Tournament will be more for the older fans of the franchise, who are now adults. Tekken series chief producer Katsuhiro Harada recently shared more about the game’s target audience in an interview with 4Gamer.

4Gamer notes that the game’s official website mentions that it says that the game is “not only for children, but for the Pokémon fans who’ve grown up and are in their 20s”. They ask what age demographic the game is aiming for, primarily.

“Naturally, it’s being developed into something that elementary school children can also enjoy, but if we’re talking about age demographics, we’re aiming for something over 18 years of age to the early 30s,” responds Harada.

“When it comes to Pokémon, everyone says they love it up until the fourth grade, and what’s funny is that there are kids who graduate from it after that,” he continues. “Well… it’s not that they ‘graduate,’ since they’re still fans, but they just don’t show [their enthusiasm], and kind of play it more behind-the-scenes.”

Harada points out: “That applies to some of the kids out there. However, for some reason, once they get into their 20s, there are more and more people who enthusiastically share their love for Pokémon.”

“This title is being made as an ‘adult’s Pokémon’ for that generation of people who grew up with Pokémon. Those in their 20s and 30s today have spent a lot of time during their school days with Pokémon, and have some strong memories looking back at the games and anime.”

“And for those people, Pokkén will finally allow them to experience what it’s like to freely move around their favorite Pokémon, and I expect it to be a very impressive title. Please look forward to it.”

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Wenn sie auf die Leute abzielen, die zu Release von Rot und Blau zwischen 7 und 13 waren abzielen, sollten sie nur die ersten 151,meinetwegen auch 251 Pokemon benutzen.
110 Prozent der Leute in meiner Umgebung, die diesem Alter entsprechen, haben Rot oder Blau gespielt, 95 Prozent der Leute haben Rubin und Saphir nicht mehr gespielt weil die neuen Pokemon so hässlich wurden...
 

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Why Pokkén Tournament Is Being Developed For Arcade First

The Pokémon Company and Bandai Namco are working together on the series’ first fighting game with Pokkén Tournament, which was announced earlier this year. Tekken series chief producer Katsuhiro Harada recently spoke with 4Gamer about why the game is releasing in arcades first.

During the interview, 4Gamer mentions that Pokkén is an arcade title, but when you think about the Pokémon series, family-oriented games come to mind, which isn’t exactly true of arcades.

“That’s something that got a big reaction, for better or worse [from the development staff],” Harada replies. “There are several reasons for this choice, one being that ‘if it were on arcades, it would be interesting to see fan reaction sooner’.”

“The other reason, which is something I always say, is that it’s important for fighting games to at least succeed in arcades once,” he continues. “With arcades charging 100 yen for a single play, if it’s a boring game, it will most certainly be dismissed. It’s really a harsh environment for [arcade games].”

4Gamer then points out that it makes sense that, if a game becomes popular in arcades, once it releases for consoles, fans can buy it without any worries.

“Pokémon definitely has a family-oriented image, but in addition to how we decided on developing [Pokkén] as a competitive game with depth, we must also be prepared to face such severe conditions,” says Harada.

“Once you have a title that can make it out of the lion’s den called arcades, it’s something you know you can be proud of for being the real deal. Additionally, there aren’t too many developers that take on these kind of challenges nowadays.”

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New Pokken info from Interview with Katsuhiro Harada

A new interview from Katsuhiro Harada published on the Japanese website, KULTUR and Korean website, inven have given us a small glimpse into the development of the arcade title Pokkén Tournament. While the interview mostly focuses on other game series like Tekken and Street Fighter, there are a few questions aimed at the Tekken x Pokémon crossover near the end:

Q: You’re producing Pokkén. Are there many restraints on its development?

A: The Pokémon Company has really strict guidelines, more strict than any other game. There’s also a huge fanbase of children, so we have to be careful to obey a lot of rules with those matters. Surprisingly, they weren’t as strict as I expected them to be with Pokkén. We sent the Pokémon Company 20 ideas and they allowed all of them barring one: I suggested that we have different Pokémon Trainers fight, and they immediately denied it.

Q: If Pokkén turns out to be successful, will you continue to make new titles for the series?

A: I feel like we would always be able to improve Pokkén if there were later installments. Of course having over 700 different Pokémon gives us the opportunity to expand the game quite easily.
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Suicune sieht ja mal krass aus... im Vergleich sehr realistisch und weniger Comichaft. Richtig gut!

Hoffe das kommt für WiiU... mein Interesse ist jetzt auf jeden Fall da ^^
 

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Die Kämpfe der nächsten Pokemon Generation sehen so aus!!! Mark my Words!!! :banderas:

Meinte Sugimori nicht mal in einem Interview das sie das Kampfsystem vereinfachen wollen??? Oh je hoffentlich meint er damit nicht Echtzeit Beat'em'up Kämpfe!!!!
 

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Das Spiel sieht ja schon echt weit fortgeschritten aus...
Wer weiß... Wenn Nintendo sich mit nem Wii U-Port beeilt, könnte das Spiel vielleicht die Überraschung des Jahres werden, wie Hyrule Warriors es letztes Jahr für viele (mich eingeschlossen) war :)
 
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