Posted 05 June 2009 - 10:12 AM
A new WiiWare Pokémon game will be released in Japan on June 16th. It appears to be a gigantic battle game, where you take your Pokémon and just battle. You can also load your Pokémon on to your WiiMote so that you can go to a friends house with it.
The single-player mode has you starting out with a relatively weak Pokémon. You beat Pokémon in the wild to get money so that you can better your Pokémon, and collect other Pokémon as well (if you defeat Pokémon, sometimes they'll leave a toy for you to pick up - this means you caught it). You'll also face boss Pokémon at the end of levels, which are, of course, tougher. Each Pokémon can only learn two moves at a time.
After your Pokémon reaches a certain level, it can participate in Battle Royale mode to become the Pokémon Champion.
Also, apparently there are "special Pokémon" (probably legendaries) which you can get via passwords or special tickets. The passwords will be posted on the official site as well as Serebii.
It's unknown if you can link up with your DS games, but I'm guessing you can't.
It might be fun to play this - it looks pretty interesting.
Posted 05 June 2009 - 01:47 PM
Posted 11 June 2009 - 10:56 AM
Edited by Linkmaster30000, 16 June 2009 - 08:35 AM.
Posted 16 June 2009 - 08:35 AM
- The Pokémon (known as "Toys") can have different abilities than the ones in DPPt. The example given is that Pikachu can have an ability that increases the chance for a critical hit.
- Toys can be shiny, like in the normal games.
- Passwords are being released on the main site. Right now, there's one for a Shiny Rattata.
That's it for now.
Posted 18 June 2009 - 11:54 AM
Also, the legendary Pokémon usually need different Pokémon to be traded. For example, to get Moltres, you'll need to exchange Charizard, Magmar, Pidgeot, and Fearow. The Rotom forms work the same way - if you trade Rotom and Vaporeon/Jolteon/Flareon/Leafeon/Glaceon, you'll get whatever form of Rotom fits the Eeveelution.
As for wild Pokémon, depending on what level you go into and what rank you choose, you'll find different Pokémon. Each level has two rounds, and each round has four ranks (C, B, A, S). The higher the rank, the more powerful the Pokémon you can find. Also, each rank has a different boss.
The first round is entitled, fittingly, "First Round". So far, only Pokémon found in FireRed and LeafGreen (before the National Dex is obtained) are catchable.
The second round is called "Another Mode". Pokémon found here can be found in Diamond, Pearl, and Platinum (before the National Dex is obtained, plus some legendaries exclusive to DPPt after the National Dex), which means that any Pokémon found in the wild in Platinum that wasn't found in Diamond and Pearl (like Gallade or Togekiss) can still be found.
While the people at Serebii may have missed wild Pokémon, no Pokémon that are exclusive to HGSS (like Wobbuffet) or RSE (like Salamence) have been found by them yet.
The six levels are as follows:
-Tower of Eternity
Edited by Linkmaster30000, 18 June 2009 - 12:22 PM.
Posted 22 June 2009 - 01:18 PM
Kinda wonder if catching the Pokémon at different ranks means anything.
Also, I find it funny that you can get Porygon and PorygonZ, but not Porygon2.
Edited by Phaeon, 22 June 2009 - 01:27 PM.
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