Pokemon Rumble U unboxed, next up X and Y

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It has been 2 weeks since the UK saw Pokemon Rumble U launch and now the USA release date has passed it is time for an unboxing of the United States version of Pokemon Rumble U. The video hands-on can be seen below this article and delivers a close up with what’s inside the box, which includes a closer look at the characters inside.

Pokemon Rumble U adds to X and Y excitement – this Nintendo Wii U version of the franchise might not be for everyone and we know there’s a lot more excitement being created right now for Pokemon X and Y. This might depend on the desire for portable gaming and we found out within the last 24 hours that there will not only be a 3DS version of Pokemon Rumble U, but also a non-3D version on the Nintendo 2DS.

One Pokemon Rumble U figure up close

One Pokemon Rumble U figure up close

The image above reveals one of the Pokemon Rumble U characters that utilize Near Field Communication, which in a nutshell allows you to scan for figures with the Wii U controller. We have also included another screenshot from the unboxing video that gives you a quick glimpse of the figures side-by-side.

Pokemon Rumble U characters

Pokemon Rumble U characters

After seeing Pokemon Rumble U in action a few weeks back some of Product Reviews readers weren’t impressed and felt they wanted a Pokemon console game, although some gamers stated “we don’t mean this” after seeing gameplay and the NFC figures.

It is fair to say that a lot of Wii U owners have already purchased Pokemon Rumble U with a lot of excitement, although those that gave it a miss might want something else on their console in the theme of Pokemon.

Do you like what you have seen so far with Pokemon Rumble U and if you haven’t purchased the game yet, did the unboxing video below change your mind?

You can also see an 8-minute walkthrough of Pokemon X and Y via an earlier article, although that game will not launch until October 12. You can see some unboxing videos on YouTube for Pokemon X and Y, but from what we have seen they are fake.

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