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Japanese Pokemon Cards have never been harder to find than in 2023. With Booster Boxes and Display being resold for nearly triple their retail price, entering the world of beautiful Special Arts and Special Art Rares most certainly comes with a heavy price tag – and the Pokemon Trading Card Game Classic is no exception.
With a price tag of over $250 dollars, this reinvention of the Pokemon TCG brings new alternate, holographic versions of Base Set Charizard, Blastoise and Venusaur, alongside new ex cards for Lugia, Ho-Oh and Suicune – not to mention long time favourites like Pikachu, Mewtwo and Chansey.
Beyond that, it presents an ultra refined way to play the Pokemon TCG – for those who are just coming back, or want a more controlled and simplified experience. But is the price tag, exclusivity and potentially limited supply going to turn collectors and players away entirely? Or will this open the door to a plethora of new Pokemon TCG Players?
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Pokemon Trading Card Game Classic will release in Late October 2023 for Japan, and Late 2023 Internationally.
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