Is this game canon? Metalfenix11 13:13, January 9 2012 (UTC)
- As the article says, it's a spinoff crossover. We can't be sure it's going to be canon or not, but it's mostly unlikely. Masatoshitalk 13:29, 9 January 2012 (UTC)
- God. How on the Earth could it be canon? --Maxim 14:30, 9 January 2012 (UTC)
Here is a link to the Koei Wiki article of the game. 
I figure linking back to the Koei character articles would be best, rather than the normal Wikipedia historical figure profiles, since the characters take on the appearances and personalities of Koei's Samurai Warriors 3 interpretations.
Ixbran 07:33, 14 January 2012 (UTC)
I added new characters according to what is written on Koei's official wiki: http://koei.wikia.com/wiki/Pokémon_Plus_Nobunaga_no_Yabou#Other_characters Shepeedy 20:10, 19 January 2012 (UTC)
These characters, they are getting articles when the game comes out, right? Because that gallery is getting ridiculously large now. Ataro 04:17, 20 February 2012 (UTC)
- I sure hope so. Trying to have info of all the characters and story on one page would be a bit much. :-( Frozen Fennec 04:19, 20 February 2012 (UTC)
Not sure if this would be worth including in the article, but the name of the area the player character begins in, Hajime (ハジメ), is Japanese for "beginning". The name of the domain that was historically Nobunaga's homeland is Owari (尾張, or オワリ in katakana) which with different kanji can mean "end". Since Nobunaga appears to be the final boss of the game, this means the players starts in the "beginning" and finishes at the "end". --ACDragonMaster 02:05, 24 February 2012 (UTC)
First crossover game
Pokémon already had another crossover game aside from Smash Bros. with the Mystery Dungeon-series. Although Chunsoft primarily borrows licensed characters for their games , it remains a crossover in my opinion (because the Smash Bros. crossover is similar, aside from the game genre.) - and thus - should be stated.
Renoir 15:56, 17 March 2012 (UTC)