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Pokemon Rumble World, A Mobile Title by Nintendo?
Interesting news just came up. We have stumbled upon a rating board’s listing for something called Pokemon Rumble World, and it is classified a videogame.
Down at the Australian classification Board’s official website, you can see it rated as PG for “mild violence” and “online interactivity.”
Moreover, the listing also states that the game is being developed for multiple platforms although none of the release platforms have been revealed.
Last but not the least Pokemon Rumble World is being developed by Ambrella, the same studio that has developed all the previous entries in the Rumble series.
Talking of, there have been three releases in the series namely Pokemon Rumble (released in 2009), Pokemon Rumble Blast (released in 2011) and Pokemon Rumble U (released in 2013). They were released to Wii, 3DS and Wii U respectively.
Coming back to the unannounced game at hand, the Australian Classification Board has outed the game on a rather peculiar timing. Only yesterday Nintendo announced that they will be entering the mobile game development market with their owned IPs.
That is not all, the fact that Pokemon Rumble World is PG rated and that it is being developed for multiple platforms is not the line Nintendo usually follows.
A Rumble game would be suitable for mobile too.
So far, that is all we have to share on the matter, but now that the game has been outed, I am sure Nintendo will come up with some of the details. However, until they do, it would be wise if we don’t jump to conclusions just yet.
We will do our best to find out more, so keep checking back with us!