The month of May started off with two offerings from Nintendo as part of the Pokemon 20th celebration. The company now sells the retail version of Pokemon Rumble World for Nintendo 3DS and offers mythical Pokemon Darkrai as a free giveaway for this month after Jirachi.
Pokemon Rumble World is a game in which players can battle and befriend 700 plus Pokemon. It was launched last year in Nintendo eShop as a digital-only game on Nintendo 3DS. The retail version sells for a suggested retail price of $29.99 and includes all the action-adventure gameplay of the original game.
“We love giving our fans as many purchase options as possible,” said Nintendo of America’s Executive Vice President of Sales & Marketing, Scott Moffitt. “Players that love collecting physical games and all things Pokémon will now be able to add Pokémon Rumble World to their Nintendo 3DS collection.”
In playing the Pokemon Rumble World, the players will control a Toy Pokemon that will be used to battle or befriend other Toy Pokemon in several stages in various areas. The more Toy Pokemon befriended, the higher the chance of defeating other Pokemon in the game.
You can visit the official website of Pokemon Rumble World to get more information about this Pokemon game.
Meanwhile, after distributing Jirachi as a free giveaway for the month of April, Nintendo now offers Pokemon Darkrai. However, you will need to stop by the participating GameStop in your area to obtain the code needed to download the Pitch-Black Pokemon.
Pokemon Darkrai is known to invade human’s dreams and cause nightmares. This Pokemon comes at level 100 with Nightmare, Ominous Wind, Feint Attack and its signature Dark Void attack. Pokemon Darkrai also has Bad Dreams as Ability which can damage sleeping Pokemon.
The free Pokemon Darkrai will only be available until May 24. But, you may not be able to get it even before the deadline if all the codes in the participating GameStop have all run out. Pokemon Darkrai is one of the most popular Pokemon that players want to use in battles.
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