Were we to get collectible Palworld Cards? Nintendo will love this


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Pokemon Company and Nintendo seemingly looking into Palworld and its Publisher Pocketpair to see if there has been any chance of IP infringement that can be proved and laid at the door of the sold-eight-million-in-a-week gaming phenomenon, there may be another slight gesture of defiance heading their way.

Pocketpair CEO, now, has posted a photo on X showing his desk with several Palworld cards in the collectible style, as well as some Palworld toy figurines that could be 3D-printed.

The translated text simply reads, “I’m having a lot of fun making and playing card games at work, but I’m going back to work.” so is completely ambiguous in its meaning, but with Pokemon being known for its huge card sales – The Pokemon company sold a staggering, close on, 10 BILLION Trading CardsBetween 2022-2023 there is money in these pieces of stiff paper.

Palworld has a lot of players. It is not surprising that ideas like this are circulating.

While there are competing card games to Pokemon, the suggestion of a Palworld trading card game could antagonize Ninetendo’s lawyers still further but equally could be a huge boost to the Palword universe, which is already bigger than many could have ever imagined.

 One thing is for sure, if and when official Palworld merch arrives, there will not be any shortage of buyers while the game remains as popular as it is and the devs Working so hard to fix issuesSome of its players are suffering from a serious illness.

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Paul McNally

Gaming Editor

Paul McNallySince his parents bought him an Intellivision Mattel in 1980, he’s been surrounded consoles and computer. He has been an influential games journalist since 1990, and spent over a ten-year period as editor of popular print video games and computer publications, including a market leading PlayStation title, published by IDG Media.

He spent time as Head Communications at a professional sport club and worked for high-profile charity organizations such as the National Literacy Trust. In 2020, he was appointed Managing Editor responsible for large US technology websites.

Paul has written high end gaming content for GamePro Official Australian PlayStation Magazine. Amiga Action Mega Action ST Action. GQLoaded, and The The Mirror. He has also hosted panels on retro-gaming conventions, and is a regular guest on gaming podcasts and Twitch. He is a 3D printer enthusiast and has worked on several major brands to create content.

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