I think Scizor is the best choice. It's a Gen II Pokemon (which we're lacking), a Bug type Pokemon (which isn't in the game yet at all), it has a Mega-Evolution (to match the theme of pokemon mega-evolving (when possible)), and has wings (which only Charizard has), leading him to be an agile air-fighter archetype...
You can use 2 Wii Us and connect them on LAN. So, everyone can play with what they want. The gamepad, the pro pad or the Pokkén pad.The thing that suck is about pokken is player one must use the GamePad in versus mode due to software design
Espeon confirmed for support timer scamoh, and info here:
For the Support Pokémon, Cubone uses Bonemerang which is a quick long range attack that hits multiple times and brings opponents to you.
Diglett uses Dig which makes it easy to land combos when the opponent has been hit.
Magneton uses Tri Attack which aims upward. It lowers opponents' Speed & Attack and is good against jumping opponents.
Quagsire uses Mud Bomb. It is effective on players on the ground and damages even if guarded against.
Espeon uses Morning Sun which removes status conditions as well as healing Hit Points.The less time on the clock, the more it raises.
Finally, Umbreon uses Snarl which sucks up the opponent's Resonance Gauge and prevents them being able to land critical hits
We Elena boys now with Espeon
Nah pretty sure it's just a normal flat controlleris it like a touch pad or something?
I have that feeling by that time ppl are goin to learn the ins and outs of the game and exploit the hell out of playersI don't have a Wii U and can't afford to take money away from my savings to get one else life will bite me back in the ass
(I can actually buy like, 5 Wii Us right now, but due to life priorities, I can't buy one until maybe after August)
Hopefully one of my friends will let me crash their place just so I can try the game :/
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I'm at one of the early access tournaments today. I live nearby one so it wasn't hard getting to it. Wanted to play, but apparently all the spots for the older division got closed up pretty fast. Fortunately my little brother can still play but we don't really know anything about the game. Looks pretty interesting so far.
Unfortunately, according the representatives there will be no time for free play even if they finish early. So it's a no go. Just have some poor footage from my phone XDWell good luck to your younger bro, and if you get a chance to get your hands on it, you should tell us about it
What did they say, that there's no plans of adding more Pokemon as DLC?After that Nintendo Direct (and they say nintendo hates DLC)
RIP everyone dream of having (put your pokemon here) of joining Pokken