Pokémon TCG Online

The Pokémon Trading Card Game Will Go Primal in February

The popular Pokémon Trading Card Game will get a major expansion on February 4, according to IGN. The new series will be called "Primal Clash" and it will feature 160 new cards including Primal Reversions. According to the Pokémon Wiki, a Primal Reversion is "similar to Mega Evolution, except that the Pokémon goes back into its ancient and original form, where it regains its true, ultimate power it formerly had". Primal Reservations were introduced in Pokémon Omega Ruby and Alpha Sapphire on the Nintendo 3DS. Only Primal Kyogre-EX and Primal Groudon-EX have these forms so far.

Kyogre

The expansion will also include two new theme decks, twenty-five trainer cards and two Special Energies, according to IGN.

Pokémon TCG Online for the iPad Updated with XY: Phantom Forces Support

The Pokémon Company today has updated its iPad version of Pokémon TCG Online. Version 2.24.0 of the game adds support for the Pokémon TCG XY: Phantom Forces expansion, the XY Trainer Kit—Bisharp and Wigglytuff 2-player set. This means players will be able to use Trainer Tokens to purchase 5-card Phantom Forces booster packs within the app. Players will also be able to redeem codes found in all three physical versions of the expansions to unlock digital versions of those decks.

Phantom Forces

Pokémon TCG Online was released for the iPad on September 30, 2014. The iOS version is a port of the popular online version with the same name. Players can use their Pokémon Trainer Club account to save their decks to use on both the iPad and desktop versions. Pokémon TCG Online is also one of the first official iOS games released by a Nintendo subsidiary. It was followed by a release of Camp Pokémon, the first Pokémon designed specifically for iOS devices.

New iPad Games of the Week: Pokémon TCG Online and More

It has been awhile since we looked at the newest iPad releases in the App Store because there haven't really been any to speak of, however, Nintendo and The Pokémon Company have changed all that by releasing the first Pokémon game for mobile devices. The popular collectible card game Pokémon TCG Online is now available on the App Store for the iPad. This marks the first time Nintendo has embraced mobile gaming, even though the company didn't create the game specifically for mobile devices.

Pokémon TCG Online

Pokémon TCG Online is just an extension of the online version of the game for Mac and Windows. Players can now access their Pokémon Trainer Club accounts and use their stored decks on both their iPad and computer. The iPad version doesn't offer anything new, besides the ability to play the game on your iPad. Pokémon TCG Online requires an internet connection, so you can't even really play it on the go, a Retina display iPad and iOS 7.0 to work. The game is now available to download for free on the App Store.

Pokémon TCG Online Now Available for the iPad

Pokémon TCG Online has finally landed on the U.S. App Store after soft launching in Canada and slowly rolling out over various iTunes regions earlier today. PTCGO is based on the original Game Boy Color game that was eventually turned into an online version for Mac and Windows. Not only is this the first Pokémon game released to iOS devices, it is also exciting news because the Pokémon Company is a subsidiary of Nintendo. As most Nintendo fans already know, the company has expressed much disinterest in releasing mobile versions of their games.

Pokémon TCG Online

Pokémon TCG Online requires an internet connection to work, and it only supports iOS 7.0 or later running on an or iPad 3 or later and iPad mini with Retina display. It is a trading card game where players can play head-to-head or against a computer opponent to unlock more cards to build the ultimate Grass, Fire, or Water decks.

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