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Pokémon Battrio

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Pokémon Battrio
ポケモンバトリオ
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Developer(s): Takara Tomy
AQ Interactive
Publisher(s): Takara Tomy[1]
Platform: Arcade
Category: Battle simulation
Players: 1-2
Predecessor: N/A
Successor: N/A
Copyrights: N/A
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N. America:

N/A

Japan:

July 14, 2007

Europe:

N/A

Australia:

N/A

S. Korea:

N/A

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Pokémon Battrio is an arcade game in the Pokémon series, released only in Japan in 2007. It was first announced on April 11, 2007 as a joint venture between Takara Tomy and AQ Interactive, and it was scheduled to be released sometime in July 2007. It was succeeded by Pokémon Tretta.

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The gameplay is battle focused and is similar to Pokémon Battle Revolution and the Pokémon Stadium sub-series, however it features significantly altered game mechanics and has support for special collectable pucks which become Pokémon species when read by the machine. For this reason, other puck supported Pokémon machines may be considered as part of the same sub-series.

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