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New Pokemon Game Is Not What You Expected

For years now, a steady stream of new Pokemon games have been released. If you’ve played one, you basically know what you are getting yourself into. Not this time.

Nintendo is teaming up with Tecmo Koei for a totally different Pocket Monster experience, one that features samurai warriors, and called Pokemon Plus Nobunaga’s Ambition.

The game is, according to Famitsu, a “historical simulator“, and looks to be the latest in Koei’s long line of Nobunaga’s Ambition role-playing simulation video games.

Nobunaga’s Ambition are set during the Sengoku feudal period in Japan.

Recently, Koei has done a series of collaborations with other studios to make titles like Gundam Musou and One Piece Kaizoku Musou.

Pokemon Plus Nobunaga’s Ambition is slated for the Nintendo DS and will be out next autumn in Japan. Further details are expected at a later date.

ポケモン最新作「ポケモン+信長の野望」がジャンプフェスタでお披露目 [4Gamer]

Photos: 4Gamer.


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