‘Pokken Tournament' News Update: Next Fighter Announced: See Details Here

By Staff Reporter , Updated Oct 14, 2016 03:15 AM EDT
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In the latest trailer provided by Bandai Namco for the "Pokken Tournament," it looks like, they may have just revealed a the next fighter and it's the Scizor coming into the game. Scizor is the product of a revolutionized Scyther in the Silver and Gold era. During its primal time, the character was part of the Steel type Pokemon; characterized as a bug.

According to Attack of the Fanboy, Scizor is a fitting addition to the "Pokken Tournament," primarily because of its Mega Evolution capacity brought by using the Burst Attack move of the tournament. It's mega evolution identity is the ability to turn into a Mega Scizor. The "Pokken Tournament" is a Japan arcade original. Early this year, it arrived on the console platform through the Wii U.

The roster of the "Pokken Tournament" started in small scale, until it gradually increased in number of fighters. The character of Darkrai remains to be an arcade exclusive, but is a part of the tournament characters. It is followed by Scizor, but is currently unconfirmed, whether it will be added in the roster of the Wii U.

Scizor in the upcoming "Pokken Tournament" will be added on the 20th of October. Apparently, the leaked arrival of Darkrai, Scizor and Empoleon few months ago is finally coming true. Darkrai and Scizor have finally wounded their way to the Pokken Tournament and now, players will have to wait Empoleon to arrive.

IGN reports that, Darkrai and Scizor will join other "Pokken Tournament" characters mainly Gorchomp, Braixen and shadow Mewtwo. Meanwhile, we can all wait for new announcement whether Scizor will also arrive on the Wii U platform, or remain an arcade character just like Darkrai. Are you excited to play the Pokken Tournament and try out Scizor? Don't miss the latest news and update about the game by checking us here on GameNGuide.

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