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Feast Your Eyes On More Pokémon Rumble U Figures

Posted on Monday, April 15 @ 08:30:00 PST by Alex_Osborn
Nintendo has just revealed the second batch of cute little figures that will be available for Pokémon Rumble U. As you can see below, Eevee and Mewtwo are the most recognizable additions to the selection of plastic monsters. The other four are Croagunk, Zoroark, Litwick, and Genesect.

According to Serebii, this second helping of monsters will hit retailers on May 25th in Japan. Sadly, we still don't know exactly when the title or toys will be coming to the States.


In case you've already forgotten, the first batch of collectible figures that was revealed last month includes Pikachu, Bulbasaur, Torchic, Piplup, Lucario and Victini. Give them a look below.



Pokémon Rumble U launches on April 24th in Japan. Stay tuned for Western release details, because we all know they are coming sometime down the line.

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