Previously, only available on the Nintendo 3DS eShop, the video game Pokémon Rumble World is receiving a retail copy for North America this April 29, 2016. The news came from Nintendo of America in which they stated that the upcoming video game release would come packed with the same gameplay as the free-to-start version on the Nintendo eShop, but it will drop the previously available microtransactions. For those who already started the game from the Nintendo eShop then you will want to take note that your saved data content can easily be transferred over.
Pokémon Rumble World first released within the Nintendo eShop for the 3DS on April 8, 2015. The action role-playing video game follows players as they embark on a journey through the Kingdom of Toys, a land that is populated with over seven-hundred Pokémon species. Tasked with collecting new Pokémon, players control their captured Pokémon to engage in real-time combat to weaken and collect new species.
Normally, the in-game currency called Poké Diamonds could be obtained through gameplay or purchased within the Nintendo eShop to use in variety of different ways such as continuing their battle after their Pokémon has fainted along with increasing your odds to get a specific Pokémon species to pop up in battle. Regardless, even though this new retail copy of the game will be hitting the market in April for North American gamers, the digital copy will continue to stay on the Nintendo eShop.
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