Pokémon Masters, the all-star team battle title developed and published by DeNA is out now for Android and iOS devices.

Pokémon Masters brings back 65 fan-favorite trainers and gym leaders from past Pokémon games teaming them up for 3v3 battles.

Combat is a little different from the usual Pokémon formula, as you’ll be controlling all three of your team’s trainers, along with their signature Pokémon.

You’ll be able to combine moves together utilizing all three trainers at the same time to unleash a massive “Unity Attack”.

The game is free-to-play but includes in-app purchases ranging from US$1 to US$80 for various amounts of gems, the game’s in-game currency. You can spend these gems for a chance to unlock new trainers for your team.

You can also earn gems just by playing the game but, of course, it will take a lot longer this way.

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