Pikachu Brings PokéPark Wii To Europe

By Jorge Ba-oh 28.05.2010 4

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Nintendo has confirmed a European release date for the Pokemon Wii spin-off, PokéPark Wii: Pikachu's Adventure.

The game sees you take on the role of the ever-adorable electric mouse Pikachu as the yellow critter comes to the aid of the mysterious Mew who tells him of a crisis taking place at the PokePark. Together with his new friends, Pikachu can clear various mini-games to deepen his relationships and help out poor Mew. You can also nab screenshots to the SD card and share your adventures on the Wii Message Board.

PokéPark Wii: Pikachu's Adventure was released back in December in Japan, and will now venture across to Europe, in stores from July 9th 2010.

As you work your way through the story, you’ll explore various zones within the PokéPark, each very different to the last. Whether in Beach Zone, Iceberg Zone, Lava Zone or Haunted Zone, you’ll find various Attractions, which comprise the main challenges in the game.

Each Attraction is a mini-game, such as a footrace, a test of strength or an obstacle course, designed to test your skills to the max. Beating the high score in an Attraction is often a way of receiving a Sky Prism Piece. Shake and tilt the Wii Remote to fly, swim and skate your way through a whole host of fun Attractions, such as:

  • Rhyperior’s Bumper Burn - Pokémon fight on a stage. You have to try to push opponent Pokémon off the stage!
  • Bulbasaur’s Daring Dash - What could be better than a Pokémon footrace! Shake the Wii Remote to accelerate.
  • Salamence’s Air Ace - Shoot airborne targets while flying high in the sky during this intense shooting game! Hitting targets while controlling the Pokémon is a serious test of your skills.
  • Venusaur’s Vine Swing - Timing is everything in this test of your vine-swinging skills. Get the momentum right if you want to achieve a long jump.
  • Gyarados’ Aqua Dash - Race against the clock, avoiding obstacles and using boosts to set the fastest time you can on this aquatic course!

  • What do you think of PokéPark Wii: Pikachu's Adventure? Will you be catching yourself a copy?

    Box art for PokéPark Wii: Pikachu's Adventure








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    If you complain that Pokemon games have stayed the same for 10 years, then you can go play this.

    Shouldn't be half bad - don't think I'll be picking it up unless it goes for a more budget price though.

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    looks like a decent alternative to the usual pokemon games, may get it once the price comes down a bit though.

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    alzy (guest) 08.07.2010#4

    I am wondering whether the missions aren't boring and i want to know what can you do on it. Like in episodes you can catch pokemon.Or is there other pokemon helping you. Do you have to fight pokemons. Well basically what can you do?

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