History VideoGame / PokemonMysteryDungeon

4th Jun '17 6:47:07 PM nombretomado
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* ''[[http://bulbapedia.bulbagarden.net/wiki/Pok%C3%A9mon_Mystery_Dungeon_(WiiWare) Adventure Squad]]'': A third installment released [[NoExportForYou only in Japan]] for WiiWare in 2009, comprising three versions with elementally-themed starter Pokémon (Fire, Water, and Electric), with [[VideoGame3DLeap 3D graphics]], and a LighterAndSofter story involving Arceus. These games do not have a page here at the moment, which is why the external link is given. [[invoked]]

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* ''[[http://bulbapedia.bulbagarden.net/wiki/Pok%C3%A9mon_Mystery_Dungeon_(WiiWare) Adventure Squad]]'': A third installment released [[NoExportForYou only in Japan]] for WiiWare UsefulNotes/WiiWare in 2009, comprising three versions with elementally-themed starter Pokémon (Fire, Water, and Electric), with [[VideoGame3DLeap 3D graphics]], and a LighterAndSofter story involving Arceus. These games do not have a page here at the moment, which is why the external link is given. [[invoked]]
1st Jun '17 12:02:43 PM Theriocephalus
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1st Jun '17 12:02:42 PM Theriocephalus
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A Franchise/{{Pokemon}} themed entry in Spike Chunsoft's (originally Chunsoft's before the merger with Spike) ''Mystery Dungeon'' (''Fushigi no Dungeon'') {{Roguelike}} franchise. The games center around a world populated ''exclusively'' by Pokémon (with no humans to be seen), who live in towns and cities, run shops, and go on adventures in [[RandomlyGeneratedLevels randomly generated dungeons.]]

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A Franchise/{{Pokemon}} ''Franchise/{{Pokemon}}'' themed entry in Spike Chunsoft's (originally Chunsoft's before the merger with Spike) ''Mystery Dungeon'' (''Fushigi no Dungeon'') {{Roguelike}} franchise. The games center around a world populated ''exclusively'' by Pokémon (with no humans to be seen), who live in towns and cities, run shops, and go on adventures in [[RandomlyGeneratedLevels randomly generated dungeons.]]
27th Apr '17 11:21:26 AM 4444jdm
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* DarkerAndEdgier: In general, the ''Pokemon Mystery Dungeon'' games are the darkest games in the ''Pokémon'' franchise. ''Blue and Red Rescue Team'' might be lighter but it has its moments too.

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* DarkerAndEdgier: In general, the ''Pokemon Mystery Dungeon'' games are the darkest games in the ''Pokémon'' franchise. ''Blue and Red Rescue Team'' might be lighter but it has its moments too. Surprisingly, [[DeaderThanDead character deaths]], a roguelike standard, wasn't in ''Pokémon Mystery Dungeon''.
25th Mar '17 2:43:46 PM justanid
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* ''[[http://bulbapedia.bulbagarden.net/wiki/Pok%C3%A9mon_Mystery_Dungeon_(WiiWare) Adventure Squad]]'': A third installment released [[NoExportForYou only in Japan]] for WiiWare in 2009, comprising three versions with elementally-themed starter Pokémon (Fire, Water, and Electric), with [[VideoGame3DLeap fully 3D graphics]], and a LighterAndSofter story involving Arceus. These games do not have a page here at the moment, which is why the external link is given. [[invoked]]
* ''[[VideoGame/PokemonMysteryDungeonGatesToInfinity Gates to Infinity]]'': The fourth installment in the series, released on the UsefulNotes/Nintendo3DS, with 3D graphics. Unlike previous installments, this game is a standalone title. It makes use of items called Magnagates, which are generated based on AugmentedReality minigames. It was released in Japan on November 23rd, 2012, while North America had their release on March 24, 2013, Europe on May 17, 2013, and Australia a day later on May 18.

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* ''[[http://bulbapedia.bulbagarden.net/wiki/Pok%C3%A9mon_Mystery_Dungeon_(WiiWare) Adventure Squad]]'': A third installment released [[NoExportForYou only in Japan]] for WiiWare in 2009, comprising three versions with elementally-themed starter Pokémon (Fire, Water, and Electric), with [[VideoGame3DLeap fully 3D graphics]], and a LighterAndSofter story involving Arceus. These games do not have a page here at the moment, which is why the external link is given. [[invoked]]
* ''[[VideoGame/PokemonMysteryDungeonGatesToInfinity Gates to Infinity]]'': The fourth installment in the series, released on the UsefulNotes/Nintendo3DS, with fully 3D graphics. Unlike previous installments, this game is a standalone title. It makes use of items called Magnagates, which are generated based on AugmentedReality minigames. It was released in Japan on November 23rd, 2012, while North America had their release on March 24, 2013, Europe on May 17, 2013, and Australia a day later on May 18.
25th Mar '17 2:42:03 PM justanid
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* ''[[http://bulbapedia.bulbagarden.net/wiki/Pok%C3%A9mon_Mystery_Dungeon_(WiiWare) Adventure Squad]]'': A third installment released [[NoExportForYou only in Japan]] for WiiWare in 2009, comprising three versions with elementally-themed starter Pokémon (Fire, Water, and Electric), with entirely 3D graphics, and a LighterAndSofter story involving Arceus. These games do not have a page here at the moment, which is why the external link is given. [[invoked]]
* ''[[VideoGame/PokemonMysteryDungeonGatesToInfinity Gates to Infinity]]'': The fourth installment in the series, released on the UsefulNotes/Nintendo3DS, with [[VideoGame3DLeap fully 3D graphics]]. Unlike previous installments, this game is a standalone title. It makes use of items called Magnagates, which are generated based on AugmentedReality minigames. It was released in Japan on November 23rd, 2012, while North America had their release on March 24, 2013, Europe on May 17, 2013, and Australia a day later on May 18.

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* ''[[http://bulbapedia.bulbagarden.net/wiki/Pok%C3%A9mon_Mystery_Dungeon_(WiiWare) Adventure Squad]]'': A third installment released [[NoExportForYou only in Japan]] for WiiWare in 2009, comprising three versions with elementally-themed starter Pokémon (Fire, Water, and Electric), with entirely [[VideoGame3DLeap fully 3D graphics, graphics]], and a LighterAndSofter story involving Arceus. These games do not have a page here at the moment, which is why the external link is given. [[invoked]]
* ''[[VideoGame/PokemonMysteryDungeonGatesToInfinity Gates to Infinity]]'': The fourth installment in the series, released on the UsefulNotes/Nintendo3DS, with [[VideoGame3DLeap fully 3D graphics]].graphics. Unlike previous installments, this game is a standalone title. It makes use of items called Magnagates, which are generated based on AugmentedReality minigames. It was released in Japan on November 23rd, 2012, while North America had their release on March 24, 2013, Europe on May 17, 2013, and Australia a day later on May 18.
25th Mar '17 1:30:16 PM nombretomado
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* ''[[VideoGame/PokemonMysteryDungeonRescueTeam Red and Blue Rescue Team]]'' were released for the GameBoyAdvance and the NintendoDS in 2005. Like the main series, there were [[OneGameForThePriceOfTwo a few minor differences]] between the ''Red and Blue'' versions, but both were required for true OneHundredPercentCompletion [[note]]if one didn't have the proper Wonder Mail codes, which are available on Website/GameFAQS[[/note]].

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* ''[[VideoGame/PokemonMysteryDungeonRescueTeam Red and Blue Rescue Team]]'' were released for the GameBoyAdvance UsefulNotes/GameBoyAdvance and the NintendoDS UsefulNotes/NintendoDS in 2005. Like the main series, there were [[OneGameForThePriceOfTwo a few minor differences]] between the ''Red and Blue'' versions, but both were required for true OneHundredPercentCompletion [[note]]if one didn't have the proper Wonder Mail codes, which are available on Website/GameFAQS[[/note]].
14th Mar '17 6:58:01 AM morenohijazo
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* CowardlyMooks: Any enemy Pokemon with the "Run Away" ability will try to escape battle once their HitPoints drop below the halfway point, similar as with "Wimp Out".
24th Oct '16 3:36:12 PM nombretomado
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* ''[[VideoGame/PokemonMysteryDungeonRescueTeam Red and Blue Rescue Team]]'' were released for the GameBoyAdvance and the NintendoDS in 2005. Like the main series, there were [[OneGameForThePriceOfTwo a few minor differences]] between the ''Red and Blue'' versions, but both were required for true OneHundredPercentCompletion [[note]]if one didn't have the proper Wonder Mail codes, which are available on {{GameFAQS}}[[/note]].

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* ''[[VideoGame/PokemonMysteryDungeonRescueTeam Red and Blue Rescue Team]]'' were released for the GameBoyAdvance and the NintendoDS in 2005. Like the main series, there were [[OneGameForThePriceOfTwo a few minor differences]] between the ''Red and Blue'' versions, but both were required for true OneHundredPercentCompletion [[note]]if one didn't have the proper Wonder Mail codes, which are available on {{GameFAQS}}[[/note]].Website/GameFAQS[[/note]].
10th Sep '16 1:19:38 AM PinkCelebi
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* GuideDangIt: 99% of the items are found randomly in the dungeons, so it's kinda hard to figure out where you can get what as the item might just not spawn whatsoever. For instance, a certain evolutionary item is found only in a certain dungeon, and ONLY in a Kecleon Shop, which might or might not appear in the dungeon. And even then, the Kecleon Shop may not have the item.
** The games' introductory quiz assigns the player a specific starter based on whichever personality type it declares as a result. If you want your player to be a ''specific'' Pokémon, the fastest way is to consult a guide for how each question affects your quiz results, and pick answers accordingly. (On the other hand, you can pick your partner's species directly.)
*** The sheer number of possible personality types and questions means that even answering optimally, it may be [[LuckBasedMission impossible]] to get the Pokémon you want if you get the wrong quiz loadout!

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* GuideDangIt: 99% of the items are found randomly in the dungeons, so it's kinda hard to figure out where you can get what as the item might just not spawn whatsoever. For instance, a certain evolutionary item is found only in a certain dungeon, and ONLY in a Kecleon Shop, which might or might not appear in the dungeon. And even then, the Kecleon Shop may not These game have the item.
** The games' introductory quiz assigns the player a specific starter based on whichever personality type it declares as a result. If you want your player to be a ''specific'' Pokémon, the fastest way is to consult a guide for how each question affects your quiz results, and pick answers accordingly. (On the other hand, you can pick your partner's species directly.)
*** The sheer number
their own share of possible personality types and questions means that even answering optimally, it may be [[LuckBasedMission impossible]] to get the Pokémon you want if you get the wrong quiz loadout!these moments, [[GuideDangIt/{{Pokemon}} listed here]].
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