History VideoGAME / PokemonStadium

3rd Jun '17 1:23:09 PM nombretomado
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* Generation IV ({{Wii}})

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* Generation IV ({{Wii}})(UsefulNotes/{{Wii}})



* Notably, Generation V completely ''lacked'' any kind of Stadium title - the online battling was now handled by the DS games themselves. This has continued into Generation VI and VII, with no Stadium-esque title announced for the WiiU, and with the storage utility, ''Pokemon Bank'', being a separate app for the 3DS.

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* Notably, Generation V completely ''lacked'' any kind of Stadium title - the online battling was now handled by the DS games themselves. This has continued into Generation VI and VII, with no Stadium-esque title announced for the WiiU, UsefulNotes/WiiU, and with the storage utility, ''Pokemon Bank'', being a separate app for the 3DS.
23rd May '17 4:08:41 AM N8han11
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* MythologyGag: The Gym Leaders' castle sections reflect a certain AscendedExtra pair from the anime. Brock in the first game (Round 1) has a Vulpix and has a Forretress in the second game. Misty in the second game (Round 1) has a Togetic.
** Forretress is an odd case of foreshadowing, as Brock's Pineco hadn't evolved yet in the anime at the time ''Stadium 2'' was released.

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* MythologyGag: The Gym Leaders' castle sections reflect a certain AscendedExtra pair from the anime. Brock in the first game (Round 1) has a Vulpix and has a Forretress in the second game. Misty in the second game (Round 1) has a Togetic.
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Togetic. Forretress is an odd case of foreshadowing, as Brock's Pineco hadn't evolved yet in the anime at the time ''Stadium 2'' was released.



** There's also a few {{Secret Character}}s in ''Pokémon Stadium 2'''s minigames that are unlocked if the player has a certain Pokémon in thier party or box.

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** There's also a few {{Secret Character}}s in ''Pokémon Stadium 2'''s minigames that are unlocked if the player has a certain Pokémon in thier their party or box.
5th May '17 4:26:22 AM Cryoclaste
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** ''Pokémon Battle Revolution'': A Wii game, compatible with ''Diamond'', ''Pearl'', ''Platinum'', ''[=HeartGold=]'', and ''[=SoulSilver=]'' versions. Developed by Creator/GeniusSonority, the same team behind the ''Colosseum'' games. Not technically a Stadium game, but it counts here because of its return to the battle focus of those games- more so in fact, as it lacked the minigames and any sort of storage (which would end up in ''[[MyPokemonRanch My Pokémon Ranch]]''). Featured several different battle styles, CharacterCustomization, and the ability to battle random opponents over the internet.

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** ''Pokémon Battle Revolution'': A Wii game, compatible with ''Diamond'', ''Pearl'', ''Platinum'', ''[=HeartGold=]'', and ''[=SoulSilver=]'' versions. Developed by Creator/GeniusSonority, the same team behind the ''Colosseum'' games. Not technically a Stadium game, but it counts here because of its return to the battle focus of those games- more so in fact, as it lacked the minigames and any sort of storage (which would end up in ''[[MyPokemonRanch My Pokémon Ranch]]'').''VideoGame/MyPokemonRanch''). Featured several different battle styles, CharacterCustomization, and the ability to battle random opponents over the internet.
22nd Mar '17 6:14:18 PM GrammarNavi
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* Generation I ({{Nintendo 64}})

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* Generation I ({{Nintendo 64}})(UsefulNotes/Nintendo64)



* Generation II ({{Nintendo 64}})

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* Generation II ({{Nintendo 64}})(UsefulNotes/Nintendo64)
12th Mar '17 9:52:37 AM N8han11
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* GoodThingYouCanHeal: The Scientist in the Prime Cup sometimes specializes in moves like Recover, Rest, and Leech Seed. He is fairly tame in round 1 Great Ball, with some minor annoyances like Porygon, though Reflect Chansey can be a right pain, but in Round 2 Prime Cup Ultra ball, he is possibly the most annoying enemy, as he has Starmie, Alakazam, and Porygon with Recover, Chansey with Aoftboiled, Snorlax with Rest, and Exeggutor with Leech Seed, all with buffed stats and Pokémon compared to Round 1.

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* GoodThingYouCanHeal: The Scientist in the Prime Cup sometimes specializes in moves like Recover, Rest, and Leech Seed. He is fairly tame in round 1 Great Ball, with some minor annoyances like Porygon, though Reflect Chansey can be a right pain, but in Round 2 Prime Cup Ultra ball, he is possibly the most annoying enemy, as he has Starmie, Alakazam, and Porygon with Recover, Chansey with Aoftboiled, Softboiled, Snorlax with Rest, and Exeggutor with Leech Seed, all with buffed stats and Pokémon compared to Round 1.
22nd Dec '16 12:27:06 AM Nakayama90
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** There is also a large amount of trainers' Pokemon that have move combinations that are illegal and impossible to obtain. Should you attempt to use a Pokémon who knows a move they shouldn't, the game will prevent you from doing so.

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** There is also a large amount of trainers' Pokemon that have move combinations that are illegal and impossible to obtain. Should you attempt to use a Pokémon who knows a move they shouldn't, the game will prevent has a mechanism in place that prevents you from doing so. In other words, [[{{Hypocrite}} the game can cheat as much as it wants, but you're punished for it.]]
22nd Dec '16 12:21:00 AM Nakayama90
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* TheComputerIsACheatingBastard:

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* TheComputerIsACheatingBastard: The games are quite notorious for this.



** There is also a large amount of trainers' Pokemon that have move combinations that are illegal and impossible to obtain.

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** There is also a large amount of trainers' Pokemon that have move combinations that are illegal and impossible to obtain. Should you attempt to use a Pokémon who knows a move they shouldn't, the game will prevent you from doing so.
** ''Pokémon Stadium 2'' [[UpToEleven goes the extra mile]] in cheating; all of the rentals are effectively useless. The AI has hacked movesets and hacked stats; the rentals available to you have stats that are about 10% lower than they should be and the evolved Pokémon know utterly useless attacks. Unevolved rentals know decent attacks, but have far more pitiful stats that render them even more useless than their evolved counterparts. It is pretty much impossible to make any progress in Pokémon Stadium 2 without using homegrown Pokemon, as long as they're not from a Yellow Version... the game is known to delete saved games on Yellow Versions.
3rd Oct '16 12:11:45 AM Crackalacking
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3rd Oct '16 12:11:16 AM Crackalacking
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3rd Oct '16 12:10:38 AM Crackalacking
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