Pokemon & Nobunaga’s Ambition Trailer


The upcoming crossover that no one could have possibly anticipated, Pokemon and Nobunaga ‘s Ambition, has just revealed a new trailer for our viewing pleasure. Our friends in Japan will be able to get hold of the game on DS on March 17th.

For the vast majority out there who have never heard of Nobunaga’s Ambition, it is a turn-based strategy RPG, which was first released in 1983 on the MSX. Known in Japan as Nobunaga no Yabou, the game has had many sequels hitting platforms such as the NES, Game Boy, Sega Mega Drive and even the PS3, Xbox 360 and Wii.

While the game has not yet been confirmed for EU or US release, Pokemon fans can keep checking back at Nintendo Scene for the latest updates.

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  1. Aldo says:

    By Corey May 16, 2013 – 3:39 amYou can. Game Boy games are region-free. I play the Japanese Pokemon Green on my GBC just fine so It will work the other way aunord as well.

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