Super Pokémon Scramble given two-week delay in Japan

By Jack Taylor – 25 July 2011

Nintendo has announced that the Japanese release of Super Pokémon Scramble will take place two weeks later than planned.

Previously due to launch this Thursday, July 28, the Nintendo 3DS title will now launch on August 11 instead.

Last week, Nintendo of America confirmed that the title would launch in North America in October as Pokémon Rumble Blast.

In Pokémon Rumble Blast, the sequel to WiiWare title Pokémon Rumble, players take control of Toy Pokémon in order to pass through stages, defeating and attemtping to collect other Toy Pokémon in the process.

A European release has yet to be confirmed.

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