By Sato . May 8, 2013 . 10:09pm
As reported earlier today, arcade game Pokémon Tretta is headed to the Nintendo 3DS. Titled Pokémon Tretta Lab for Nintendo 3DS, the game is developed by Marvelous AQL, Takara Tomy and Nintendo, and comes with a Tretta Scanner add-on for the 3DS.
In the arcade version of Pokémon Tretta, you use Trettas, actual physical discs housing a Pokémon, on the machine and scan it in. The game begins with you seeking out wild Pokémon, and once you find one, you can scan your Trettas in to form a party of three. Then, a three-on-three battle takes place, and if you win, you get a brand new Tretta to add to your collection.
Pokémon Tretta Lab for Nintendo 3DS is similar. The concept behind the 3DS version of the game came from the words, “How about enjoying your collected Tretta in the comfort of your home?”
The Tretta Scanner will work by attaching it onto the Nintendo 3DS along with a piece of downloadable software called the Pokémon Tretta Lab Main System. The code for the software will come bundled with Pokémon Tretta Lab. Included are attachment trays for both Nintendo 3DS and the 3DS XL that connect to the Tretta Scanner. It will also require three AA batteries to operate.
Here are the three modes that are part of Pokémon Tretta Lab for Nintendo 3DS:
To celebrate the upcoming movie, Extremespeed Genesect: MewTwo’s Awakening, Pokémon Tretta Lab will come with Mewtwo, Eevee and Lucario Trettas. In addition, a Pichu Tretta will also be available as a pre-order bonus.
Pokémon Tretta Lab is slated for release on August 10th, 2013 on Nintendo 3DS for 3,800 yen.