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Pokémon Battrio

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{{search|arcade game|the manga|Pokémon Battrio: Aim to be Battrio Master!}}
{{Infobox game |
|colorscheme=red |
|bordercolorscheme=white |
|name=Pokémon Battrio |
|jpname=ポケモンバトリオ |
|boxart=Battrio machine.png |
|size=120px |
|caption=Pokémon Battrio arcade machine |
|platform=Arcade |
|category=Battle simulation|
|players=1 or 2 players simultaneous |
gen_series|publisher=[[Generation IVNintendo]] and {{gen|V}} miscellaneous |
cero|developer=A[[Takara Tomy]]/{{wp|AQ Interactive}}
release_date_ja|gen_series=July[[Generation 14,IV]] 2007and {{gen|V}} miscellaneous
publisher=[[Nintendo]] |cero=A
developer|release_date_ja=[[TakaraJuly Tomy]]/{{wp|AQ14, Interactive}} |2007
website_ja=[http://battrio.com ポケモンバトリオ] |release_date_tw=2010
}}|website_ja=[http://battrio.com ポケモンバトリオ]
|}}
{{StrategyWiki}}
'''Pokémon Battrio''' (Japanese: '''ポケモンバトリオ''') is an arcade game in the vein of [[Pokémon Stadium series|Pokémon Stadium]] or {{g|Battle Revolution}}, in that the sole focus is on Pokémon battles. The game uses special pucks that affect which Pokémon can be used. The main gameplay difference is that three Pokémon are used on each side (a [[Triple Battle|feature]] later introduced in [[Generation V]]), hence the name "Battrio", a contraction of the words "Battle" and "Trio".