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Dogasu's Backpack | Video Games | Wii


Nintendo's successor to the GameCube is the hugely successful Wii.  Despite the various possibilities opened up to developers by the system's versatile controller and the Wii's ability to to connect to the Internet, only four games were created for the system in its lifetime.

Portables:  Game BoyGame Boy AdvanceNintendo DS | Nintendo 3DS
Home Consoles:  Nintendo 64 | GameCube | Wii | Wii U
Downloads:  Wii Ware & Virtual Console | Nintendo eShop | Wii U Downloads

Pokemon Battle Revolution
Pokemon Battle Revolution
(ポ ケモンバトルレボリューション)
(Pokémon Battle Revolution)

Japanese Release Date:  December 14th, 2006
American Release Date:  June 25th, 2007

Overview:  The first Pokemon-related game for the Wii allows players to battle with the pokemon from their Diamond & Pearl games in 3D!  Players are able to customize their trainers and use either pokemon uploaded from their Diamond & Pearl games or a set of rental pokemon to hone their battling skills.  There is, much to the surprise of many, no RPG mode in this game.  

Changes:  An option to change the skin color of your characters that was not in the Japanese version has been added to the American version.  To showcase this new feature, Nintendo changed the skin color of the leader of the Neon Colosseum, Rapla (Rosie), from a peach color to brown.

Jynx's model was redone.  Her hands were made to be the same color as her face (originally the face was light purple and her hands were dark blue; in the English version they're both light purple) and her hair was both shortened and recolored. 

Trivia:  Pokemon Battle Revolution was the first game released for the Nintendo Wii to include online features.

The Big Fray - Smash Brothers X
The Big Fray - Smash Brothers X
(大乱闘 スマッシュ ブラザーズ X)
(Super Smash Brothers Brawl)

Japanese Release Date:  January 31st, 2008
American Release Date:  March 9th 2008

Overview:  In the Wii installment of the popular Smash Brothers franchise, players battle against new foes!  Newcomers such as Wario and Zero Suit Samus join with Mario, Link, and the others in an all-out brawl!  Playable pokemon characters include Pikachu and a Pokemon Trainer capable of using Lizardon, Fushigisou, and Zenigame.  In addition, new "Assist Trophies" feature characters such as Groudon, Deoxys, and Gonbe.

Changes:  The Masterpiece demos of both Fire Emblem - Monshou no Nazo and Mother 2 (known as Earthbound outside Japan) were excluded from the American release.

Trivia:  N/A

Official The Big Fray - Smash Brothers X
Japanese Site

Official Super Smash Brothers Brawl American Site

PokéPark Wii Pikachu's Big Adventure
PokéPark Wii Pikachu's Big Adventure
(ポケパークWiiピ カチュウの大冒険)
(PokéPark Wii Pikachu's Adventure)

Japanese Release Date:  December 5th, 2009
American Release Date:  November 1st, 2010

Overview:  The legendary pokemon Myuu has appeared in front of you and asked you to save the PokéPark!  As Pikachu, it's up to you to run from attraction to attraction, meeting various pokemon and challenging them a variety of competitions.  Can you collect all the "Crystal Prisms" needed to save the PokéPark?

Changes:  N/A

Trivia:  A real-world Pokemon theme park, also known as the PokePark, was open in Japan from March 18th, 2005 until September 25th, 2005.

Since Porygon Z was never featured in the TV series, this game is the first (and so far only) time fans have been able to hear its voice.

Official PokePark Wii Pikachu's Big Adventure Japanese Site

Official PokéPark Wii Pikachu's Adventure American Site

PokéPark 2 ~ Beyond the World
PokéPark 2 ~ Beyond the World
(ポケパーク2 ~Beyond the World)
(PokéPark 2 Wonders Beyond)

Japanese Release Date:  November 12th, 2011
American Release Date:  February 27th, 2012

Overview:   The sequel to 2009's PokéPark Wii Pikachu's Big Adventure features the pokemon who debuted in Pocket Monsters Black & White.  This time, players can take control of Tsutarja, Mijumaru, or Pokabu, in addition to Pikachu, and use each of their special skills to progress along the journey.  The game's attractions now allow up to four players to compete against each other. 

Changes:  N/A

Trivia:  A real-world Pokemon theme park, also known as the PokePark, was open in Japan from March 18th, 2005 until September 25th, 2005.

Official PokéPark 2 ~ Beyond the World Japanese Site

Official PokéPark 2 Wonders Beyond
American Site



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