PokéPark Wii: Pikachu's Adventure
|PokéPark Wii: Pikachu's Adventure|
|ESRB||E for Everyone|
|December 5, 2009|
|November 1, 2010|
|July 9, 2010|
PokéPark Wii: Pikachu's Adventure is an action or adventure game available for the Wii console. The game was released on December 5, 2009, in Japan, November 1, 2010, in North America, and July 9, 2010, in Europe. The game features the player controlling a Pikachu while challenging Pokémon to a Skill Game and partaking the attractions.
- 1 Plot
- 2 Features
- 3 Locations
- 4 Attractions
- 5 Pokémon
- 6 Passwords
- 7 External Links
Plot[edit | edit source]
One day, Pikachu, Chikorita, Charmander, and Piplup were happily playing around until the mysterious Mew appears and sends the Pokémon to PokéPark. Mew tells Pikachu that PokéPark is in great danger as the Sky Prism has shattered into fourteen pieces and Sky Pavilion will soon eventually fall into PokéPark. Now, Pikachu ventures out to collect the pieces from the fourteen attractions, while facing powerful Pokémon through Skill Games and also trying befriending them. During Pikachu's adventure, he'll have to settle a dispute over Venusaur, Empoleon, and Blaziken. However, even after settling the dispute, new problems arise when natural disasters begin to occur.
After collecting all the prism pieces and beating all the attractions, upon returning to the Flower Zone, Pikachu is assisted by Shaymin who will gladly transform itself into its Sky-Forme and guide Pikachu and his friends in a hot air balloon to Sky Pavilion. On Sky Pavilion, the Pokémon, excluding Piplup, search for Mew but was unsuccessful. Piplup informs that his search was unsuccessful either. The Pokémon soon return to the hot air balloon and notices that Piplup never left his post.
Now, the Pokémon head to the other Piplup and discover that it was Mew in disguise. Mew then tests Pikachu's abilities in three Skill Games: Obstacle Hop, Battling, and Chase. During Obstacle Hop, Pikachu must jump from platform to platform without falling off. During the Battle event, Mew transforms into a Magmortar, then into a Garchomp, and finally into a Tyranitar. Upon defeating all forms, Mew challenges for a Chase. Once caught, Mew now fixes the shattered Sky Prism, and PokéPark is saved.
Features[edit | edit source]
Skill Games[edit | edit source]
The Skill Games consists of five activities that test Pikachu's abilities against Pokémon.
Battle[edit | edit source]
Battling is the main activity in which some Pokémon will challenge you to a duel. During the battle, the player will need to lower the Pokémon's hit points by using a variety of moves at Pikachu's disposal. The battle feature is identical to the battling in the main series game, whereas different types of Pokémon are granted a weakness or immunity against Pikachu's Thunderbolt or Iron Tail.
Hide & Seek[edit | edit source]
Hide & Seek is another activity where a Pokémon will challenge you to find it. While playing, the Pokémon hides and you'll have to search around the area. However, if the Pokémon is close to Pikachu, its cry can be heard.
Chase[edit | edit source]
Chase is a common activity where the Pokémon will maneuver around the area. During the tag race, Pikachu will need to catch up and "tag" the Pokémon using Pikachu's Quick Attack. Some Pokémon will leave traps that will slow down Pikachu.
Quiz[edit | edit source]
Pokémon will sometimes offer quizzes where the player must answer correctly. The Pokémon will ask the same questions. After three consecutive correct answers, the Pokémon will allow you to advance through another part of the zone or befriend them.
Obstacle Hop[edit | edit source]
The least common challenge is the Obstacle Hop. The Obstacle Hop is a series of platforms that Pikachu must jump on and reach the goal. The challenge must be completed within the 99 seconds time limit. If Pikachu falls off the platform, it will need to restart from the beginning with the timer still counting down.
Photography[edit | edit source]
Photography returns with Misdreavus running the system. The player can take screenshots, using the minus (-) button on the Wii remote, of the gameplay using the camera given by Misdreavus. If the player speaks to Misdreavus, the player can view the gallery, delete, or save the images to an SD card.
Powering-Up Pikachu[edit | edit source]
Pikachu's attacks can be powered-up in the Meeting Place by talking to Electabuzz, Ponyta, Bibarel, or Primeape to strengthen up Thunderbolt, Quick Attack, Pikachu's hit points, and Iron Tail, respectively. In order to power-up, the player must pay them a certain amount of berries.
Locations[edit | edit source]
There are several zones in PokéPark with different attractions and Pokémon inhabiting it.
Meeting Place[edit | edit source]
Meadow Zone[edit | edit source]
Meadow Zone is the first area accessible in the game. This grassland features several types of Pokémon, most notably the and types.
Beach Zone[edit | edit source]
Beach Zone is accessed upon defeating Venusaur's Vine Swing and finally entering the Meeting Place. The ocean side features several water-based attractions and Pokémon. One can access the Iceberg Zone by befriending Lapras.
Iceberg Zone[edit | edit source]
Iceberg Zone is an area accessible upon befriending Lapras. Afterwards, Lapras will transport you to Iceberg Zone. This zone is inhabited by and Pokémon.
Cavern Zone[edit | edit source]
Lava Zone[edit | edit source]
Lava Zone is an area accessible after fixing the rail system in Cavern Zone. Lava Zone is primarily inhabited by Pokémon.
Haunted Zone[edit | edit source]
Granite Zone[edit | edit source]
Flower Zone[edit | edit source]
Sky Pavilion[edit | edit source]
Sky Pavilion is the final zone that can be accessed after beating all attractions. This area is inhabited by the mysterious Mew and the Sky Prism.
Attractions[edit | edit source]
Attractions are the main feature in PokéPark. There are fourteen attractions in total.
Pokémon[edit | edit source]
Passwords[edit | edit source]
The game features a password system in which the player can unlock various items and make Pokémon appear in PokéPark. The passwords can be entered through the Password Selection in the main menu.
|Pokémon/Item||American Code||Japanese Code||Europe Code|
External Links[edit | edit source]
|Game Boy||Pokémon Pinball · Pokémon Trading Card Game|
|Game Boy Color||Pokémon Puzzle Challenge|
|Game Boy Advance||Pokémon Pinball Ruby & Sapphire · Pokémon Mystery Dungeon Red Rescue Team|
|Nintendo DS||Pokémon Dash · Pokémon Mystery Dungeon: Blue Rescue Team · Pokémon Mystery Dungeon: Explorers of Time and Explorers of Darkness · Pokémon Mystery Dungeon: Explorers of Sky · Pokémon Trozei! · Pokémon Ranger · Pokémon Ranger: Shadows of Almia · Pokémon Ranger: Guardian Signs · Pokémon Typing Adventure · Pokémon Conquest|
|Nintendo 3DS||Pokédex 3D · Pokémon Rumble Blast · Pokédex 3D Pro · Pokémon Dream Radar · Pokémon Mystery Dungeon: Gates to Infinity · Pokémon Battle Trozei ·Super Smash Bros. for 3DS · Pokémon Rumble World · Pokémon Shuffle · Pokémon Super Mystery Dungeon · Pokémon Picross|
|Nintendo 64||Hey You, Pikachu! · Super Smash Bros. · Pokémon Snap · Pokémon Puzzle League · Pokémon Stadium · Pokémon Stadium 2|
|GameCube||Super Smash Bros. Melee · Pokémon Colosseum · Pokémon XD: Gale of Darkness · Pokémon Box Ruby and Sapphire · Pokémon Channel|
|Wii||Pokémon Battle Revolution · Super Smash Bros. Brawl · PokéPark Wii: Pikachu's Adventure · Pokémon Mystery Dungeon: Stormy, Blazing, and Light Adventure Squads · Pokémon Rumble · My Pokémon Ranch · PokéPark 2: Wonders Beyond|
|Wii U||Pokkén Tournament · Super Smash Bros. for Wii U · Pokémon Rumble U|
|Main Series games · Spin-off games|