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Pokémon Battrio

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Conceived as a joint venture between {{wp|Takara Tomy}} and {{wp|AQ Interactive}}, the development of Pokémon Battrio was announced on April 11, 2007 by Takara Tomy vice president Keita Satoh and AQ Interactive vice president Yoji Ishii. Marketed at a primary audience of 6-12 years, the battle system was stipulated to be much simpler when compared to the [[Version|core release]] of Pokémon games. Battrio was originally scheduled to launch on July 14, 2007, but was pushed back to September 14 the same year. With the release of the Battrio V upgrade in July 2011, all machines and merchandise were branded under the Takary Tomy A.R.T.S. and {{wp|Marvelous AQL}} labels after several company mergers.
 
On April 18th18, 2012, it was announced that Pokémon Battrio would be discontinued and all units would be replaced by a similar arcade system called [[Pokémon Tretta]], developed by the same companies. Battrio systems began to be removed in Japanese stores nationwide in June, with the first Tretta systems being installed in early July. Pokémon Tretta officially went live on July 14th14, 2012 with the release of its first expansion.
 
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