Pokkén Tournament DX is a thoroughly enjoyable experience that undoubtedly deserves your time. The game impressed on every level; the core fighting gameplay is superb and incredibly extensive, the customisation options are truly staggering, and the attention to detail is abundantly clear. Not entirely faultless, but very close to it, this game is the Switch's next must-buy.
If you are weighing up the decision on whether you should buy Pokkén Tournament DX, it’s an easy one to make. Despite its flaws, it’s a fantastic fighting game that is easy to pick up, making it appealing to the casual and hardcore audience alike. Fans of Pokémon would be crazy to overlook it, and fighting game fans should find something unique here.
Great game. I don't know if this version is easier than the Wii U version or if Blastoise is over powered. I'm in A ranking part in the Campaign. The game play is fun and explosive. The graphics are great. I wish Nintendo would lower the price.
Pokken Tournament DX is still one of the most well-executed fighting games that’s able to cater to casual players, while also delivering enough depth and complexity to master for those looking for it. While the bulk of the title hasn’t changed much, it’s the small things that really add up. The expanded roster and improved local play, combined with the game’s existing fantastic gameplay and rewarding sense of progression, makes this the definitive version of Pokken Tournament.
Although it doesn't improve much from the vanilla version, Pokkén Tournament DX is an enjoyable fighter that both Pokémon fans and fighting game fanatics will thoroughly appreciate. Let's just hope Pokkén Tournament 2 includes a story mode.
If you were still playing Pokken Tournament on the Wii U or intend to play competitively, you shouldn’t miss this version’s five new characters and slight tweaks like Daily Challenges and Team Battles. But if your copy of the original was gathering dust, you’re not missing anything more than the equivalent of a DLC patch.
Easy "pick up and play" game. Basically TEKKEN-Lite. I wish there was more DLC and unlockables. I feel like the story is pretty bland. The fighting system is pretty fun. I like how there are Power types, Speed types, and Technical types that allow you to play based on your preference. It's worth the buy, but understandable if you don't buy it. It's easy to play, so people who don't like fighting games will still like this! However, there's not a lot going into the game besides gameplay. Should've been more...
It feels like there is not much to do in this game, there's no proper story mode just league tournaments which is the only thing you have to work towards as all pokemon are already unlocked at the start. It feels like Bandai are just trying to make every game like Tekken but its just making them boring, for what you can do i don't feel like this is worth £50, only positive i have is that the graphics look really nice.
SummaryThe popular Pokemon fighting game comes to Nintendo Switch with added Pokemon fighters and new ways to battle other players. Take direct control of one of over 20 prized Pokemon fighters to defeat other Pokemon in action-packed arena fights. With Nintendo Switch, you can battle at home or on the go to become the Ferrum League champion. M...