News culture Great news for those who have fond memories of Pokémon cards from the 1990s!
Published on 02/28/2023 at 09:30
With this latest collection of premium classic cards, the Pokemon Card Game immerses you in nostalgia.
The new card collection Pokémon Trading Card Game Classic, which includes some of the game's iconic cards, was unveiled during the Pokémon Presents on February 27.
All 102 reprinted cards, plus new cards, are now available in the first generation of Pokémon cards. One tray, one accessory box, three decks, and cases
The first Pokémon card generation has returned.
The pokemon card game has been around for many decades, and today, it is becoming a very large buy-sell market, with collectors willing to pay outrageous sums for rare Pokémon cards. However, a new series of maps might result in a significant decrease in the market for older Pokémon cards.
All 102 reprinted cards, plus unreleased cards
The Pokémon World Championships, which will take place from August 11 to 13, are baptized Pokémon Trading Card Game Classic. The first generation cards, including unpublished maps, are created by Nintendo, The Pokémon Company, and Creatures.
Three decks and cases, one tray, one accessory box
The Pokémon Trading Card Game Classic is designed to be an all-in-one game and will include:
And a foldable game board for two players, with all the gear needed to play PokémonOne correctly accessory boxwith stackable damage counters, 3D Poison or Burn markers, metal orbs instead of corner Pokémon (you can roll these orbs in the center of the tray provided for this purpose, they will fall into holes that will serve as your coin toss)Three card decks featuring Venusaur, Charizard, and Blastoisecontaining the 102 original cards reprinted in
With the exception of basic energy cards, the cards are not permitted in tournaments. Since the decks are already used, it appears obvious that strategies will be reviewed and redesigned specifically for this set.
With this new set of cards that are both contemporary in their appearances as well as ergonomics, Pokémon brings up to date more than a hundred cards that have become legends. Collectors may appreciate these reprints somewhat less.