Starting September 20, players who pick up a copy of the new Pokemon Mystery Dungeon: Blue Rescue Team for Nintendo DS or Pokemon Mystery Dungeon: Red Rescue Team for Game Boy Advance SP will for the first time experience the game as an actual Pokemon character, which allows them to both interact and even talk to other pokemon.
Pokemon Mystery Dungeon asks the question, “what if you woke up one day and you were a Pokemon?” Pokemon Mystery Dungeon starts players on an adventure unlike those found in any previous Pokemon game. Players awake to find that they have been transformed into a Pokemon. They choose one other Pokemon as a partner and set off to form a rescue team in a land ravaged by natural disasters. The players chat with Pokemon and make friends with more than 380 other Pokemon along the way. Players can accept rescue jobs to help fellow Pokemon who are in trouble. The deep storyline draws players in, while randomly generated dungeons keep them coming back for more.
Pokemon Mystery Dungeon allows friends who each have a copy of the game come to each other’s aid. If a player loses a battle in a dungeon, another player can come to his or her rescue. Fallen players who are rescued do not lose their money or items and can restart their games from where they left off.
â€œPokemon Mystery Dungeon offers millions of our Pokemon fans the chance of a lifetime,” says George Harrison, Nintendo of America’s senior vice president of marketing and corporate communications. “There’s no better way to experience the world of Pokemon than by actually becoming one.”
Pokemon Mystery Dungeon: Blue Rescue Team for Nintendo DS and Pokemon Mystery Dungeon: Red Rescue Team for Game Boy Advance SP will be available Sept. 20, and are Rated E for Everyone. Both games are almost identical in content, allowing the players to choose either one for the system they want to use.
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