New Pokken Tournament Fighter Getting Revealed Next Week

Friday, January 8th, 2016

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Pokken Tournament

A new Pokémon will be joining the Pokken Tournament roster soon. The official Pokken Tournament Twitter account teased that a new fighter will be revealed on January 15. A clue was included that says the incoming character has the Japanese character “ra” in its name. This may be tricky considering the over 700 Pokémon out in the wild, but I’m sure fans will able to at least narrow it down.

Pokken Tournament Fighter Teaser

Pokken Tournament for the Wii U is scheduled to release in Japan on March 18 with a wired controller modeled after the Japanese arcade version releasing alongside it. North America and Europe will be getting the game sometime in spring 2016.

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  • Lynn Kitty

    If it’s just straight up ‘ra’, then we have Raticate/Rattata, Raichu, Nidoran, Parasect, Poliwrath, Abra/Kadabra, Graveler, Rapidash, Krabby, Kingdra/Seadra, Gyarados, Lapras, Dratini/Dragonair/Dragonite, Feraligator, Spinarak, Granbull, Heracross, Remoraid, Raikou, Ralts, Trapinch, Cradily, Rayquaza, Jirachi, Torterra, Staravia/Staraptor, Luxray, Roserade, Cranidos, Giratina, Darkrai, Patrat, Maractus, Scraggy/Scrafty, Carracosta, Karrablast, Fraxure, Durant, Reshiram, Braxien, Barbaracle, Dragalge, Amaura, and Goodra. So far, I woudn’t count anything that isn’t final evolved or probrably too big to fit. So pokemon like Goodra, Darkrai, and Heracross would probrably be more noteworthy than Graveler or Krabby

    • Maya

      Bit of a bad assumption to make since this hint is for Japanese people. You’d need to go by their original names in order to really narrow it down.

    • Lynn Kitty

      True enough. Got ahead of myself haha