Same as Japanese one, with the English logo.
Where did this come from? I hope we can get artwork for all the rank ups >:
Also hoping that since its being localized, we'll finally get character pages on Bulbapedia for the Warlords. Or that someone on sprite resource will start ripping the other character sprite poses
I hadn't noticed the last time I checked.
The human emotions are really funny, and just as before, best.pokemon.sprites.ever.
Yeah, this game visually is really cool. I hope that the main series adopts this style (well, obviously without the Samurai get up; I mean, in regards to sprites for human characters).
The more I see, the more I want.
It'd be great if the main series did this type of Pokemon sprite art.
Flareon), and then there's blatantly saying "I think this should be weaker because."
They actually have a fairly good guide of who's from what nation
EDIT2: At least on some of the character pages, there's a Conquest section that tells their story for those who want spoilers.
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Glad to see this game localized. I'll definitely be playing this one with my friends. ^^
The base stat total inequality strikes me as rather strange, although in the end a Pokemon's useability is determined only partially by the total, plus where the stats are and what moves it knows. I'd like to see it in action first.
The sprites somewhat remind me of the Xtranciever convos in BW, but much better.
According to Serebii, the Australian Classification Board has rated the game (it's a "G" rating btw) under it's original name Pokémon + Nobunaga's Ambition, confirming a release over there.
What is interesting is, I was thinking the other day about whether the "Pokémon Conquest" name will be used outside of America. After all, Super Pokémon Rumble was changed to "Pokémon Rumble Blast" over there.
What on earth are you talking about? The game's out, we know what's happening. There's no time travel quest.
This is also a spin-off title. I don't know what your obsession with Team Rocket is either, but they're gone. Deal with it.
Gurdurr is in the game and girders were not invented until 1848; a few hundred years after the unification of Japan which this game is loosely based on occurred (mid-1500s). Here is a list of obtainable Pokémon.
Also, Giovanni does not appear in this game. This is a spin off title with no connection to the main series of RPGs.