- Plataforma: Nintendo DS
- Clasificación ESRB: Para todos los públicos
- Media: Videojuegos
- Cantidad producto: 1
Pokemon Soul Silver
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Soul Silver is the sequel to the Pokemon Fire Red/ Leaf green released in 2004 on Game Boy Advance. 3 years after the initial defeat of the Rocket Organization, a new hero is setting off on a new journey in the Jouto area. Receiving a pokemon from the researcher Dr. Utsugi, off you go on your adventures and meet all the pokemon and challenges. The Rocket Organization who has been using pokemon as tools back in the Kanto area are back. What are they aiming for this time? Can you become the hero to save the day? Train your pokemon in the gyms, enter the pokemon league and duel with the gym leaders to earn badges. Aiming at the top place in the pokemon trainer world, off you go! Train your pokemon as you walk. Take the pokemon walker with you wherever you go. The more steps you take, the more experience your pokemon become. Use the infrared device to put your strengthened pokemon into the game world in your DS. More legendary pokemon are showing up. Tame the glittery Lugia in Soul Silver.
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This game does work with North American DS and 3DS systems, but you can not change the language, it will be in Japanese. You can find translations of the game's dialog online through Google if you haven't yet memorized the basic story line.
This Japanese game also lets you catch Lugia in North American Pokemon Dream Radar games (after you have caught Landorus) and transfer it to Black 2 or White 2. As always you can trade Pokemon with other Generation IV games like Diamond, Pearl, Platinum and HeartGold. Or you could use the Poke Transfer Lab to transfer Pokemon to the Black and White games and then into Pokemon Bank for X and Y. I'm excited to have some Japanese Pokemon to use when battling in Pokemon X and Y.