PokéPark Wii: Pikachu's Adventure

PokéPark Wii: Pikachu's Adventure
Developer
Creatures Inc.
Publisher
Nintendo
Platform
Nintendo Wii
Release Date(s)
JP: December 5, 2009
AUS: September 23, 2010
NA: November 1, 2010
EU: July 9, 2010
Genre
Action-Adventure
Rating
E

Pikachu's newest adventure has arrived! Pikachu and his friends must gather the Sky Prisms to reunite all of the Pokémon, and save the PokéPark!

Contents

Gameplay

You control the main character, Pikachu. During the course of this game, you may battle, befriend, and play minigames on attractions in the PokéPark.

You can battle different kinds of Pokémon in the PokéPark. Pikachu's attacks in this game are: Thunderbolt, Dash (Quick Attack), and Iron Tail. Each of these moves can be upgraded later on in the game. Sometimes, after you defeat a Pokémon in battle, you and them will be become friends.

They are different ways of befriending Pokémon in this game, including: defeating them in battle, winning a quiz, doing simple tasks, and winning minigames/attractions. Legendary Pokemon are also available in this game to befriend. But most of them require special conditions on how to befriend them.

The minigames are the most important aspect of the PokéPark. You need to collect the 14 Sky Prisms to save the Park. All of the Prisms can obtained by winning the attractions. Some of them are more difficult than others, while some of them could be easier. All of them have a high score you must beat, in order to get the Sky Prism. Certain Pokémon are also better in certain minigames than others.

Plot

The Pokémon Mew tells Pikachu that the Sky Priims have gone missing and it's up to them to save the PokéPark. Pikachu and the gang will go to different Zones, clearing the attractions there to get all of the Sky Prisms back.

Zones

There are eight zones available in the game:

Legendary Pokemon

How to get the Legendary Pokemon:

Moves

Pikachu can learn the following moves:

Thunderbolt: Pikachu gets surrounded by electricity, and then releases a bolt of electricity. The player has to press the A button on the Wii Remote to charge up a Thunderbolt. This attack is obtained by default, and is required to bypass Snorlax at the start of the game. This attack can be upgraded by giving a certain amount of berries to Electabuzz at the meeting place.

Dash: Pikachu dashes into the opponent. It can be upgraded by training with Ponyta at the Meeting Place.

Iron Tail: Pikachu's tail becomes like an iron and then it swings its tail. This attack is triggered when the player shakes the Wii Remote. Also, this attack can be upgraded while training with Mankey by giving him a certain amount of berries.

Codes

The following codes can be used to recruit the following Pokemon:

Pokemon Name and Description Japan Europe/Australia North America
Balloons for Pikachu

(Allows Pikachu to participate in Pelipper's Circle Circuit and Salamence's Air Ace.) || 80373821 || 57429445 || 99930457

Groudon

(Allows Groudon to be recruited in the Lava Zone || 93360553 || 45594012 || 49446209

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