Print Club Pokémon B

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Print Club Pokémon B
Print Club Pokemon B cabinet.jpg
Print Club Pokémon B arcade machine
Basic info
Platform: Arcade
Category: Purikura
Players: 1 player
Connectivity: None
Developer: Atlus
Publisher: Sega
Part of: Generation I miscellaneous
Release dates
Japan: 1999
North America: 1999
Australia: N/A
Europe: N/A
South Korea: N/A
Hong Kong: N/A
Taiwan: N/A
Japanese: N/A
English: (archived)

Print Club Pokémon B (Japanese: プリント倶楽部ポケモンB) was an arcade photo booth developed by Atlus and published by Sega, as part of the Print Club series of purikura photo booths. Based on the Sega Titan-Video arcade system, the booths were released in Japan and the United States in 1999.


The Print Club series of photo booths allowed users to take photos, edit them, and print them on sheets of stickers. With Print Club Pokémon B, users were able to choose from a selection of different frames to surround their photos, each depicting scenes and characters from the Pokémon anime.


The USA Print Club model contains 26 unique photo frames and it was also possible to unlock at least two "secret frames" using the arcade cabinet's joystick on the main menu.[1] Evidence has also been found that the Japanese version of the Print Club machine contained a different selection of frames.[2] There was also a sticker submission book that could be sent in to Atlus to win a Pokémon TCG base set booster pack.

Print Club Pokémon B was one of only a few Print Club machines to be exported from Japan to the United States, and was the first Pokémon game to be released in arcades or on non-Nintendo hardware.[3]

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