|Platform(s)||Wii U, Nintendo 3DS|
|Feburary 25, 2016|
Pokémon Arena-Stars is a brand new fighting installment to the Pokémon series. With Pokkén going out on the arcades soon, Nintendo decided to make a game similar except on their consoles, the Nintendo 3DS and the Wii U. The game is played in 3D-style, similar to Naruto Ultimate Ninja Storm.
The game features an interesting gameplay once in battle. Cutscenes of the characters going to battle are shown and afterwards the screen goes to Battle Mode, and is seen at an interesting fashion, that is similar of Naruto: Clash Of Ninja Revolution's style. As such, you can attack, block, dodge or counter attacks. The game does not have too much combo moves, making it easy for you to create your own style of attack.
Pokémon Arena-Stars consists of a few modes, each with their own unique style.
- Challenge Mode: The player is set through multiple fights, which sort of serve as a special challenge for the player.
- Duel Mode: Much similar to the Brawl mode of SSBB, the player can choose any character they want and challenge themselves with a CPU of their choice, or a PVP.
|Pikachu||Electric||Pikachu focuses on a balanced set of attacks, which range from melee to long-range, making Pikachu quite a sutible character. Pikachu is also known for his high speed on land.||Meowth||Normal||Meowth mostly focuses on a melee style. While most of Meowth's attacks are melee, his moves are quick and sharp, making Meowth able to do attacks repetedly, possibly making it impossible to dodge all the attacks.|
|Sylveon||Fairy||Sylveon's attack change from melee to long-range, making Sylveon a quite balanced Pokémon. Sylveon's moveset also includes healing moves, which can heal her and damage opponents at the same time.||Charizard||FireFlying||Charizard's attacks focuses in between long-ranged and melee, making Charizard a meduim fighter. Charizard's moveset consist of attacks that can affect opponents with a burn effect, making it handy.|
|Gengar||GhostPoison||Gengar moveset mostly focuses on sneaking up behind enemies, making Gengar a tricky fellow. Gengar's attacks seem to be quite strong, but have low range.||120px|