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The information, sourced to a pair of unnamed sources, has told the WSJ that the company is looking at making a 'new card-game' app. There is scope for a new take on the card-playing formula, but as an area already covered in multiple ways by the company it'll be interesting to see if this actually happens. Wouldn't be surprised if the wallstreet journal just doesn't know about any pokemon game for mobile other than pokemon go and thinks any updates of those being worked on are new games in development.
Takashi Mochizuki is a respectable Journalist who likes his gaming tbh. These rumours from the WSJ just seem too fishy to be true.
Why would they be the first to get rumours like this? If this is all coming from one source, then how do they know about both apps even though Nintendo likely has next to nothing to do with the Pokemon app and vice-versa? If it's two sources, then how did the WSJ get both of them before anyone else?
Okay, what about Pokemon Star Rumour? Hope this isn't true as Nintendo aren't struggling anymore so theirs no need to release another game on a rival platform.
I would kill for a sequel to the GBC game on Switch, but I suspect that they're afraid of eroding the audience for the physical cards that I have no interest in.
The PC and iPad app is fine and all, but new cards are ridiculously difficult to procure, and the software is plagued with microtransactions, which defeats the purpose. The GBC game was so much fun because it made the process of obtaining even the rarest of cards fairly easy, and players can experiment with a wide range of decks.
I still play it to this day. If anything, Nintendo made a lot of money with mobile apps. I hope they update the card app. The current one feels dated, and sort of cheap. Visual and audio updates would do wonders in attracting more players. They are missing a big market. Hearthstone cleaned up the market basically unchallenged. TheLZdragon it also includes Tablets as well which is the main market the switch is competing against.
Tap here to load 18 comments. Hold on there, you need to login to post a comment Call me when you're planning a new entry in the series altogether or Pokken on the Switch.
Is that really legit or was that a mistake?