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Pokémon: World Fighters
Developer(s) Phazonworks Engineering Division, Team Ninja.
Platform(s) Wii U
Release Date(s)
6-14-2016
Age Rating(s)
E10+, Pegi 7

Pokémon: World Fighters is a Pokémon spinoff title released exclusively for the Wii U; set apart from most Pokémon spinoffs, World Fighters is more of an adventure/beat-em-up game in lieu of the same formula of Hyrule Warriors (hence why Team Ninja was brought in).

Focusing on its own storyline, it shows the story behind a force of villains unknown to every trainer in the world, which only a select group of trainers (the playables) can stop.

Story

Team Rocket. Team Aqua. Team Magma. Team Galactic. Team Plasma. Team Flare. These are all organizations which we, as Pokémon Trainers, know. Each had a specific goal. But no-one ever knew about the team that had a grip within almost every corner of the Pokémon world; that team's starting to surface as their goal becomes more apparent.

In response, a new team will form to oppose them, made up of Pokémon trainers that have accomplished daring feats, each accomplishing some sort of daring feat in their journey, from defeating a team to becoming a champion and even mastering Mega Evolution. Together, if they unite, they could be the ones to save the world...

Trainers

Trainers are always an important part of the Pokémon universe; when confronted with an army of wild or unfriendly Pokémon, they'll be right behind their Pokémon companions, cheering them on.

Each trainer has 3 Pokémon, each of which have 4 moves, complete with upgrades for them in the form of new side effects, more damage, or even self-benefits when used.

Each trainer has a distinct strategy when used: their powers and move upgrades usually depend on the Pokémon themselves as a whole.

For more info on the trainers and how they play, see Trainers.

Trainer Hometown Pokémon Trainer's Bond power Description
Red
Pokémon Trainer
Pallet Town, Kanto
  • Charizard
  • Electivire
  • Mr. Mime
Triple Finish
Giovanni
Viridian Gym Leader
(presumably) Viridian City, Kanto
  • Nidoqueen
  • Nidoking
  • Zygarde
Complete Zygarde
Lance
Dragon Tamer
Blackthorn City, Johto
  • Gyarados
  • Tyranitar
  • Charizard
  • Steelix
  • Aerodactyl
  • Dragonite
Dragon Force
Courtney
Team Magma Administrator
Unknown, Hoenn
  • Grumpig
  • Torkoal
  • Crobat
Firepower
Wally
Pokémon Trainer
Petalburg City/Verdanturf Town, Hoenn
  • Gallade
Mega Gallade
N
Team Plasma's King
Unknown, Unova
  • Zoroark
  • Reshiram
  • Zekrom
Black & White
Diantha
Kalos League Champion
Kiloude City, Kalos
  • Gourgeist
  • Goodra
  • Diancie
Diancie's Light

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