At the moment, Nintendo Switch Online Subscribers can play Pokken Tournament DX for free thanks to a new trial. The Pokemon fighting game originally released on Wii U, before getting ported to Switch. The title has seen a large increase in attention thanks to the trial, and it seems that Nintendo’s goal of selling players on the game just might have succeeded. Fortunately, the game just received a price drop on the eShop, where Pokken Tournament DX can now be purchased for $41.99, as opposed to the normal $59.99. On social media, new fans shared their impressions of the game, and their desire to keep playing after the trial’s end.
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Keep reading to find out what fans are saying about Pokken Tournament DX!
Guess the trial worked!
I definitely wanna keep Pokken, I think
-- Burly?Burly(Commissions closed!) (@Burlee_Girlee) August 3, 2020
It’s a good thing the game is also on sale.
Also, why did no one tell me there was a free trial for Pokk?n Tournament DX going on right now? o3o
I only have less than two days to enjoy this!!! ?
-- Phil says #BlackLivesMatter (@PaddletailPhil) August 3, 2020
Never too late to discover a good game!
i'll probably end up buying pokken tournament dx this is mad fun
-- List? (@listlessoul) August 2, 2020
All it took was a trial.
Guys... I think I like Pokken
-- Colin O'Donnell (@MeteorColin) August 2, 2020
There’s a trial! Go play it!
WHY DID NO ONE TELL ME THERE'S A GAME TRIAL FOR POKKEN TOURNMENT DX RN HELLO????
-- Damn. (@GeeseRandomly) August 2, 2020
Seems a lot of people did!
pokken is fun, dunno why I slept on this game for so long
-- Blue! (@Apple_Pecan) August 2, 2020
The trial definitely seems like a win for Nintendo.
Played a bit of the Pokken DX demo today. Went in blind, so I don't know most of what I'm doing, but overall had a pretty good time!
Decidueye and Garchomp are the ones who felt the most comfortable for me to use, so I guess those're the mains at this point.
-- Athena's name is magic (@pichuJC) August 1, 2020
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