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ミュウツー Mewtwo
Poké Ball
Pokkén Mewtwo.png
Mewtwo in Pokkén Tournament
Debuts in Pokkén Tournament
Caught at Ferrum
Gender Genderless
Ability Unknown
Current location Ferrum
This Pokémon is fully evolved.
Voice actor Japanese English
As Mewtwo Unknown

Mewtwo (Japanese: ミュウツー Mewtwo) is a unlockable character in the fighting game Pokkén Tournament. It is a standard style fighter.

Move list

Pokémon moves

Buttons Move description Details
A Psycho Cut Consumes Synergy Gauge
A (During Psycho Cut) Psycho Cut: Follow-up Attack Consumes Synergy Gauge
Can be cancelled with D-Pad + R
Forward + A Hyper Beam N/A
B (During Hyper Beam) Hyper Beam ~ Teleport Change location with D-Pad
Transition into midair Attacks
Backward + A Barrier Consumes Synergy Gauge
Used as a counter
A (during Barrier) Confusion Consumes Synergy Gauge
Used as a counter
Y (during Barrier) Telekinesis Consumes Synergy Gauge
Used as a grab
Can be followed up with another attack
X (during Barrier) Drain Punch Consumes Synergy Gauge
Recovers HP and Synergy Gauge
B (during Barrier) Barrier ~ Teleport Change location with D-Pad
Transition into midair Attacks
Duel Phase only


  • Mewtwo's Burst Attack animation is a reference to its appearance in X and Y, where it poses in a similar manner prior to the battle, as well as the dark lines resembling the ones that appear when encountering Legendary Pokémon.

Related articles

  • For more information on this Pokémon's species, see Mewtwo.