PokéNews (Aug. 22): Pokkén Tournament DX demo / Pokémon Shuffle

Today’s Pokémon news: Pokkén Tournament DX demo out this week in Europe, but also…

  • Pokémon Shuffle
  • Pokémon World Championships

Pokkén Tournament DX

Remember the demo for Pokkén Tournament DX, announced this week-end at the Pokémon World Championships 2017? Well, it’s releasing pretty soon… this week, actually! It will be available for download on Thursday (August 24th) in Europe, and it’s pretty much guaranteed North America and Japan will get it on the same day.

Speaking of Pokémon Tournament DX, here’s the last mini-trailer for the game, introducing Gengar!

Source: Nintendo PR

Pokémon Shuffle

Today, some more content for Pokémon Shuffle was added:

  • a special Escalation Battle featuring Shiny Diancie is now available until September 5th. It allows you to get various items, such as the Diancite;
  • a special stage featuring Toucannon is now available September 5th;
  • the special stage featuring Shaymin Land Forme is back until August 29th;
  • the special stage featuring Regigigas is also back until August 29th;
  • Shiny Mewtwo is now available as special log-in bonus, to all players.

Also, the rewards are being sent out for the Competitive Stage featuring Mega Beedrill. Here’s the various rewards you can claim before August 29th, using the check-in feature in-game:

  • Top 100 players in Europe, Top 100 players in North America, and Top 500 players in Japan = 1 Level Up or Beedrillite, 5 Mega Speedup, 10 Raise Max Level
  • Top 300 players in Europe, Top 400 players in North America, and Top 1 500 players in Japan = 1 Level Up or Beedrillite, 4 Mega Speedup, 8 Raise Max Level
  • Top 500 players in Europe, Top 800 players in North America, and Top 3 000 players in Japan = 1 Level Up or Beedrillite, 3 Mega Speedup, 6 Raise Max Level
  • Top 900 players in Europe, Top 1 300 players in North America, and Top 5 000 players in Japan = 1 Level Up or Beedrillite, 2 Mega Speedup, 4 Raise Max Level
  • Top 1 800 players in Europe, Top 2 500 players in North America, and Top 10 000 players in Japan = 1 Level Up or Beedrillite, 2 Mega Speedup, 2 Raise Max Level
  • Top 3 600 players in Europe, Top 5 100 players in North America, and Top 20 000 players in Japan = 1 Level Up or Beedrillite, 1 Mega Speedup, 1 Raise Max Level
  • Top 5 400 players in Europe, Top 8 000 players in North America, and Top 30 000 players in Japan = 1 Level Up or Beedrillite, 1 Mega Speedup, 1 Skill Booster M
  • Top 7 200 players in Europe, Top 10 000 players in North America, and Top 40 000 players in Japan = 1 Level Up or Beedrillite, 1 Mega Speedup, 1 Disruption Delay
  • Top 9 000 players in Europe, Top 13 000 players in North America, and Top 50 000 players in Japan = 1 Level Up or Beedrillite, 1 Attack Power
  • Top 13 000 players in Europe, Top 18 000 players in North America, and Top 70 000 players in Japan = 1 Disruption Delay, 1 Attack Power
  • Not Ranked: 1 Attack Power

NB: if you already have the Beedrillite, you will get the Level Up instead.

Source: Serebii

Pokémon World Championships

Here’s the list of winners for the Pokémon World Championships 2017:

  • TCG Junior: Tobias Stromdahl
  • TCG Senior: Zachary Bokhari
  • TCG Masters: Diego Cassiraga
  • VGC Junior: Nicholas Kan
  • VGC Senior: Hong Juyong
  • VGC Masters: Ryota Otsubo
  • Pokkén Tournament: Tonosama

And here’s various pictures of the event:

Source: Famitsu


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