RUMOR: Pokémon Rumble World Coming Soon?

Monday, March 30th, 2015

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Pokemon Rumble Blast - Pokémon Rumble World Coming Soon?

One of the more recent Pokémon spin-off series, Pokémon Rumble hasn’t been a runaway hit in the same way as, say, the Mystery Dungeon series, but the Rumble series has still made a name for itself. The series has had three games released so far–Pokémon Rumble for WiiWare, Pokémon Rumble Blast for the 3DS, and Pokémon Rumble U for the Wii U…and we could be seeing a fourth one soon. The web domain “PokemonRumbleWorld.com” was registered in the United States recently; the currently blank page was registered by CSC Corporate Domains, Inc.

Additionally, the Australian Classification Board also posted a listing for Pokémon Rumble World last week, giving the multi-platform game a PG rating for mild violence and online interactivity. The publisher is listed as Nintendo Co., Ltd., though neither Nintendo nor The Pokémon Company have announced the title as of yet.

Could an announcement be coming soon? Stay tuned to oprainfall for any updates!

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  • Andrew

    I have the 3DS game. Enjoy it well enough. But it needs a little more depth. I heard the WiiU version actually had LESS depth, which is not the direction the series needed to go. Hopefully Nintendo listened to feedback.