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Game trailer: 'Pokémon + Nobunaga's Ambition'

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Pokémon meet feudal Japan in this crossover with a popular turn-based strategy RPG. [relee]

The game is set in an alternate version of the Sengoku period. Players must conquer 17 castles in the fictional Ranse1 region of Japan, with assistance from their fuzzy partners.

It's early days yet, but fans are already arguing about the inclusion of lab-born Mewtwo.

1 A play on Ransei, meaning "turbulent times"


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I'm not too sure about this... I Think they've gone a bit? too far. I was hoping for a new one like white/black or a continuation to Colosseum/XD: Gale of darkness but this... No, just no.

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Thanks to anime and Japanese video games, American kids are getting some introduction to Japanese history, whether they want it or not.

Fred Patten

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Now, only to get a DS...

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It looks pretty cool. Nice to see them doing something different anyway. If only they would move away from Nintendo consoles... But that's not going to happen.

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It looks like they're going the final fantasy tactics route?

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