Pokemon Battle Revolution Japanese ad shows Wii-DS connectivity

Alright Pokemon fans, Nintendo has just released the latest advertisement for the game Pokemon Battle Revolution, and there are several reasons to get really excited about the game.

Reason 1 to get all giddy: we get to see some new footage of the game. Reason 2: we also get see a short sneak peek of the game’s feature which allows the player to customize – not the Pokemon – but the player. Reason 3: the game will feature the legendary Pokemons from the Diamond and Pearl installments. Reason 4: included in the game are up to ten different coliseums to battle in, and some stadiums which have special effects, such as randomizing the order of your pokemons.

And best of all (which would be Reason 5), this little ad also shows the connectivity between the DS and the Wii. Players will be able to use their Nintendo DS handhelds to play the game and battle it out on a bigger screen. This little fact makes this Pokemon Battle Revolution the first game which will heavily use the link-up between the two Nintendo machines.

Pokemon Battle Revolution is set to be released in Japan on December 14, while the release dates for North America, Europe, and Australia are yet to be announced.

Alright Pokemon fans, Nintendo has just released the latest advertisement for the game Pokemon Battle Revolution, and there are several reasons to get really excited about the game.

Reason 1 to get all giddy: we get to see some new footage of the game. Reason 2: we also get see a short sneak peek of the game’s feature which allows the player to customize – not the Pokemon – but the player. Reason 3: the game will feature the legendary Pokemons from the Diamond and Pearl installments. Reason 4: included in the game are up to ten different coliseums to battle in, and some stadiums which have special effects, such as randomizing the order of your pokemons.

And best of all (which would be Reason 5), this little ad also shows the connectivity between the DS and the Wii. Players will be able to use their Nintendo DS handhelds to play the game and battle it out on a bigger screen. This little fact makes this Pokemon Battle Revolution the first game which will heavily use the link-up between the two Nintendo machines.

Pokemon Battle Revolution is set to be released in Japan on December 14, while the release dates for North America, Europe, and Australia are yet to be announced.

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