Pokémon Game Info
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Pokémon Game Information
Train your monsters and unleash them in Pokémon Stadium! Engage in heated Pokémon battles and watch the action from a ringside seat. Tons of features, including support for playing your Game Boy Pokémon game through your N64, make Stadium a must-have for all Pokémon fans! Import from Red, Blue or Yellow Pokémon with the included transfer pack.
This Limited Edition Pokémon Stadium Bundle includes: N64 control deck, Pokémon Stadium Game Pak, gray controller, atomic purple controller, N64 Transfer Pak, AC adapter, AV cable, Battle Guide, Pokémon poster and a Pokémon Wizards of the Coast trading card. The Transfer Pak transfers Pokémon between Pokémon Stadium and Pokémon Red, Blue or Yellow (sold separately).
Take a trip to Pokemon Island, where an exciting safari adventure awaits. The island is home to the world's most exotic and popular Pokemon, and you're charged with the task of helping Professor Oak by photographing the wild creatures.
Pokémon Snap List
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Pokedex # Name
001 Bulbasaur - (4,5)
005 Charmander - (3)
005 Charmeleon - (3)
006 Charizard - (3)
007 Squirtle - (6)
011 Metapod - (4)
012 Butterfree - (1)
014 Kakuna - (2)
016 Pidgey - (1)
025 Pikachu - (1, 2, 4, 5)
027 Sandshrew - (6)
028 Sandslash - (6)
037 Vulpix - (3)
039 Jigglypuff - (5)
041 Zubat - (2, 5)
045 Vileplume - (4)
050 Diglett - (2)
051 Dugtrio - (2)
052 Meowth - (1)
054 Psyduck - (4)
056 Mankey - (6)
058 Growlithe - (3)
059 Arcanine - (3)
060 Poliwag - (4)
070 Weepinbell - (5)
071 Victreebel - (5)
074 Geodude - (6)
075 Graveler - (6)
078 Rapidash - (3)
079 Slowpoke - (4)
080 Slowbro - (4)
081 Magnemite - (2)
082 Magneton - (2)
084 Doduo - (1)
088 Grimer - (5)
089 Muk - (5)
090 Shellder - (4)
091 Cloyster - (4)
093 Haunter - (2)
101 Electrode - (2)
109 Koffing - (5)
113 Chansey - (1)
115 Kangaskhan - (1)
118 Goldeen - (6)
120 Staryu - (6)
121 Starmie - (6)
123 Scyther - (1)
124 Jynx - (5)
125 Electabuzz - (2)
126 Magmar - (3)
129 Magikarp - (1, 2, 4, 5, 6)
130 Gyarados - (6)
131 Lapras - (1)
132 Ditto - (5)
133 Eevee - (1)
137 Porygon - (4)
143 Snorlax - (1)
144 Articuno - (5)
145 Zapdos - (2)
146 Moltres - (3)
147 Dratini - (6)
149 Dragonite - (6)
151 Mew - (7)
Pokémon Stadium Japanese
Pokémon Stadium Jap Info
Number of Players: 2
Expected Release Date: TBA
Peripherals: Memory Pak
This game is unlike all the other Game Boy games. The object is no longer to collect Pokémon, but to battle them in one on one matches. You input commands from a menu then watch them battle. It's sort of like a turn based RPG battle. Pokémon Stadium can be compared to Monster Ranchers for the Playstation. The game comes with 40 different Pokémon (see the list below for details) which you have to build up by battling. A peripheral will be shipped with this cartridge. It's called the 64GB Pak and fits into your controller's memory card slot (like the Rumble Pak). You insert it into your controller then you can insert the Game Boy Pokémon games in and transfer your Pokémon back and forth! Now you can battle your Pokémon in 3D! (I think you can swap Pokémon back into the Game Boy cartridge and they keep their EXP fromt the battles). You can also play your Pokémon Game Boy cartridge on your television using your N64 controller with the 64GB!
Here are the 40 Pokémon appearing in the game......
Venusaur Dugtrio Gengar Scyther Vaporeon Dragonite
Charizard Primeape Onix Jynx Jolteon Nidoking
Blastoise Arcanine Hypno Pinsir Flareon Cloyster
Beedrill Alakazam Electrode Tauros Aerodactyl Starmie
Fearow Machamp Exeggcutor Gyarados Snorlax Vaporeon
Pikachu Golem Chansey Lapras Articuno Moltres
Nidoqueen Magneton Kangaskhan Ditto Zapdos
Once you start the game, a menu appears with many modes......
Picture Book: This categorizes all the Pokémon in a photo album so you can view them all in 3D! This also includes maps to show the exact location and habitat of each Pokémon.
Quick Look: This enables you to take a quick look at your collection of Pokémon. Here you can view the name, type, number, moves, and other similar stats. It also show's what items are stored in the computer.
Collection: This is a database of all the Pokémon. Here you can check out the attributes or your team, as well as your opponents', and you can also find out which moves may be used against them in the upcoming battle.
Registration: Here you can import your friend's Pokémon and fight them.
Tournament: This is where you send your Pokémon into battle against the computer, or another player's Pokémon.
This is the only Pokémon game for the N64 that is slated for release here in North America so far. As of this moment, Nintendo hasn't given us an exact date so we'll just have to wait....
Pokémon Stadium America
Pokémon Stadium America Info
Number of Players: 4
Expected Release Date: TBA
A fourth Pokémon game will be coming out for the Nintendo 64. The sequel to Pokémon Stadium, Pokémon Stadium 2 will improve on its predecessor making the series even more enjoyable. Some notable features are:
32MB/256 megabit cartridge.
New gameplay modes.
Compatible with Game Boy titles.
Data exchange via 64GB Pak
In the original, players were limited to the 40 pokémon preset in the game, but now in the sequel, all 151 pokémon are available for battle. There will also be mini games/training games to help improve your pokémon.
As stated earlier, Pokémon Stadium 2 will have many new modes of play. Here are some of them:
Tonikaku Battle: This is a "tutorial" mode. It allows new players to learn the basics of the game so they can later on train and fight their own Pokémon.
Event Battle: This is also known as the "Pokémon league" mode, where you must fight the click. Here you can control the "battle time limit" and the "move selection time limit." In other words, you can make a battle last 2 minutes, or 90 minutes. You can also make the time for selecting a move anywhere from 10-90 seconds. (If both Pokémon are alive at the end of the fight, the one with the most HP wins)
Exchange Machine: This is where you trade data with your Game Boy. It seems to be the same as in the prequel. You just plug your Game Boy Pokémon cartridge into the 64GB and transfer the data, then you can view your monsters in 3D and fight them.
Winner's Castle: This is a tournament mode which lets you battle for six prizes. Its a six on six battle against your opponent at different difficulty settings.
Chibbikko Club: This mode containes nine types of mini-games (sort of like Mario's Party). Here up to four players can play, but if you have less, the CPU fills in the rest.
Free Battle: This is a tag team mode for up to four players. Each player gets to choose three pokémon, and their partners three, for a total of six. It's basically a 2 vs. 2 battle.
GB Building: This is just like an emulator. It lets you play your Game Boy Pokémon cartridge on your TV through your Nintendo 64.
Well, Pokémon Stadium seems very promising. Its release date hasn't been announced, but lets hope it finds its way to the North American shores....
Super Smash Brothers
Developer: HAL Laboratories
Lead Programmer: Yoshiki Suzuki
Lead Artist: Tsuyoshi Wakayama
Lead Designer: Masahiro Sakurai
Number of Players: 4
Rumble Pack: YES
Release Date: 04/27/1999
Super Smash Bros. is not really a fighting game like Mortal Kombat, but sort of like those old Mario Bros. 3 fights.. This is a great game that will deliver hours of multiplayer fun.
3D graphics with 2D-style gameplay.
12 Nintendo mascot characters.
More than nine battle stages.
Each character possesses his/her own appropriate fighting skills and techniques.
Multiple opponents on screen.
Four-character simultaneously fighting possible.
Usable items and weapons, including Fireflower, Striking fan, Bob-omb, Pokeball, beam sword, DK's hammer, and more.
Unique bonus stages break up the action.
Saves directly to cart.
Rumble Pak support.
Players get to choose from eight Nintendo mascots (and four hidden) and fight in nine famous Nintedo locatoins, anywhere from Zelda's Hyrule to Planet Zebes from Metroid. The stages scroll left to right and up and down. The game is basically a 2D fighter with 3D graphics.
Each character (and stage) have their unique and features. For example, a floating barrel in Donkey Kong's stage can prevent characters from falling off the stage, and randomly appearing Pokémon in Saffron City.
The gameplay is simple, kick, punch or throw characters off platforms to score points. This sounds easier than it actually is because each character can pull off multiple jumps and return to the ground. Each character also has a damage meter that increases with every hit. The higher the damage, the further you get thrown. The A and B buttons attack, wile the R button grabs or kicks in the air. C Buttons make you jump and L triggers a finishing pose (do this at the end to rub it in and earn extra points) and Z is a shield.
Mario The Italian plumber's famous fire ball and tornado attack are here, as well as a coin-scattering super punch.
Donkey Kong The lumbering gorilla can pull off a spin attack as well as some Earth-shaking punches.
Link Can launch powerful attacks with his sword. Also rather handily wields two other weapons to great effect: bombs and his boomerang.
Samus Long-distance attacks (charge beam) and air attacks a specialty. Can roll up in a ball, launch a screw attack and lay bombs.
Yoshi Capable of very high jumps. Can catch hold of enemies with his tongue and change them into an egg. Can also spit them off the platform and do his famous butt-stomp.
Kirby Has the ability to mimic his opponents' killer attacks by sucking them in. Can also fly for a short time and slam down hard by changing into a brick. Also does a great E. Honda impression if you tap A repeatedly.
Fox Has the advantage of speed and lightning-quick mid-air attacks. Can also use his blaster, reflect attacks and do a scorching Fire Fox launch.
Pikachu Can move and turn on a dime very quickly. Can also inflict damage with his electric shock attack and teleport to safety. One of the strongest characters in the game.
Luigi (hidden) The often neglected green brother features Mario's moves.
Jigglypuff (Purin) A super-cute Pokémon with big eyes. Good for kicking… Sings its opponents to sleep.
Captain Falcon F-Zero X's super-fast racing stud dishes out devastating Falcon punches.
Ness The boy from Mother (EarthBound) fights with magic, a yoyo and his trademark baseball bat.
Super Smash Bros. also features many items...
Motion Sensor Bomb: Stick to surfaces and will blow up anyone who steps on them. GoldenEye flashback, anyone?
Bob-omb: Mario's walking bomb adversaries explode on impact or start to walk around if left alone.
Bumper: This pinball bumper can be thrown at opponents to bump them off the stage.
Poke Ball: A random Pokémon will pop out and either provide power-ups or attack your opponents (Onyx, Snorlax, Charizard, Chansey, Beedrill, Goldeen, Staryu, Koffing and Mew).
Beam Sword: Nintendo's version of the Star Wars lightsaber.
Hammer: The famous Donkey Kong hammer. You can still jump, but only once.
Fan: Quick attack, but doesn't do much damage. Good for throwing.
Home Run Bat: Hit your opponents Griffey-style.
Fire Flower: Another famous Mario item. Will cause fiery breath.
Ray Gun: The Star Fox blaster can fire 16 shots.
Star Rod: Clobber your opponents or shoot 20 stars.
Maxim Tomato: Recovers up to 100% on the damage meter.
Heart Container: Link's heart power-up returns your damage meter to 0%.
Star: You'll be invincible for as long as the music plays.
Green Shell: Slides around and damages everyone.
Red Shell: This one bounces back and forth to home in on players.
Crate: Throw it at opponents. Shatters on impact
Barrel: Can be thrown at opponents. Will roll around.
Chansey Egg: Contains power-ups.
Capsule: Throw at opponents for extra damage or open to find items.
Well, Super Smash Bros is out so if you're looking for multiplayer fun, go buy it today!!
SSB Strategy guide
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Pikachu Genki De chu
Pikachu Genki De chu Info
Number of Players: 1
Rumble Pak: Yes
Expected Release Date: TBA (Japan Only)
This game is a Tamagotchi version of Pokémon in a nutshell. For that reason, it has been nicknamed PokéGotchi. (The name Pikachu Genki Dechu means Pikachu is feeling fine.) Your goal in this game is to train and raise your little Pikachu. What makes this game unique is you don't use a controller, instead, you use a microphone. You speak to your Pikachu and give it commands. It seems Pikachu responds to your voice. If you yell at it, it will go into a corner and hide. My only concern for this game is if computer voice recognition don't work well, why would this? Oh well, I guess we will have to wait and see. Oh, wait, forgot to mention this, as usually, this game is not going to be released here in North America.....
Pikachu Genki De chu Controls
- Controls -
Joystick - Movement, or look around. Sometimes you can only move around Pikachu, or you can move much like a first person shooter... aside from the fact that you don't shoot anything. Come on, this is a cute game...
Z or L Button - Hold this when you want to speak to Pikachu. Most used button.
A Button - Pick up item, or use item (usually throw it). This will be the second- most used command in the game.
B Button - Find information on an item. Useful to find out what something is called, if your Japanese vocabulary isn't quite up to par. The item or creature's name should be in red.
Start Button - Go to your toolbox. This has all of the items that you can use outside of the house, such as your Pocket Helper or Onigiri. (yum! ^_^)
C Up Button - Look at Pikachu. This button can be pressed to look directly at Pikachu at all times, useful if you're having a hard time finding him.
C Left and Right Buttons - Look to the left or right.
C Down Button - Look around pivoted where you are. Useful to look at things with the pointer, attracting Pikachu's attention to it.
Pikachu Genki De chu Vocabulary
- Pikachu's Vocabulary -
This is going to be a very incomplete list, for the first version of this FAQ. If anyone knows of any words in addition that Pikachu understands, please e-mail me, so that I might add to this FAQ!
However, there is one thing that you should know before having played this game at all, which is basic linguistics of Japanese, and if at all possible, a knowledge of hiragana and katakana.
Japanese phonetics are simplified like this.
Every Japanese character ends with one of the 5 basic vowels.
A, as in "car".
I, as in the e in "eat".
U, pronounced like "oo"
E, as in the e in "bed".
O, as in "oh".
There are the basic 5 vowels, and 5 variants of each consonant, ending with the verbs (i.e. a i u e o, ka ki ku ke ko, sa shi(si) su se so, etc.)
That should help with pronounce the words correctly to Pikachu.
For additional help in reading Hiragana and Katakana, I suggest looking online for simple lessons. The game is playable without understanding the characters, but it makes it a whole lot tougher.
Onto the words, finally.
- Vocabulary -
Kawaii! - Cute! Pikachu normally reacts by blushing, and shaking his head, further proving the point.
Nagete - Not sure of the literal meaning, but I'm assuming it means "throw it".
Dame da! - No good! Say this to Pikachu to get the meaning across to him that whatever he's holding or doing is bad.
Tabete ii yo! - You can eat it! Means what it sounds like. Pikachu will probably eat it. He lots of things.
Kore! - Means "this", hopefully calling attention to whatever your cursor is pointing at.
Juuman Boruto - 100,000 Volt Bolt. Pikachu will use his thunder shock on what you're pointing at.
Denki Shokku - Electric shock. Another Pikachu attack, Used in other situations, if the other attack won't work.
Yonde ii - I'm not sure about the translation for this, but it summons Koiru (Japanese name. US name?) to take your vegetable in the Bulbasaur levels.
Migi - Right (direction). Used in the Ivysaur level. Pikachu will hopefully turn 90 degrees to the right. Hidari - Left (direction). Used in the Ivysaur level. Pikachu will hopefully turn 90 degrees to the right. Hantai - Opposite (direction). Also used in the Ivysaur level. Pikachu will turn around.
Soko da! - There! Use that to tell Pikachu where the watermelon is at, in the Fushigibana level. When he's positioned right, tell him this, and he'll strike out, hopefully smashing the watermelon.
Ganbatte! - Do your best! Use this when fishing, and Pikachu needs encouragement. I also used this to smash the really big watermelon, but I don't know if this helped or not. Narashite mite! - Play it for me! Use this to make him play the harmonica. It's sooooo cute!
Pikachu Genki De chu Characters/Pokemon
- Characters -
Professor Oak - Will call you on occasion from your TV, to help you train Pikachu. Pikachu is your friend, of course!
Mom - Will encourage you, and play a very small part in the game. She likes Pikachu a lot.
You - Generic boy, though Nintendo's VMS system is very adaptable, and will work for girls as well.
- Pokémon -
Pikachu - A yellow mouse Pokémon. Incredibly cute, free-willed, and stubborn. Known for his powerful electric attacks. Pre-evolution before Raichu (doesn't happen in this game).
Bulbasaur - Plant/Lizard Pokémon. Supposedly a powerful one in the Pokémon game, but in this game, apparently a bad cook.
Venusauar - Plant/Lizard Pokémon. Evolved version of Bulbasaur. He holds a contest on the beach to see if Pikachu can split a watermelon on the beach blindfolded.
Caterpie - Caterpillar Pokémon. Unevolved version of Butterfree and Metapod. Pikachu is hired to babysit the Caterpie, and feeds them when they get sick/hungry?
Abra - Fox-like Pokémon. Runs a store in Bulbasaur's stage. Pikachu will buy something, so advise him.
Togepi - Pokémon you can buy it's egg from Abra. I don't know what he does to affect the game, but he shows up after that to watch Pikachu at the beach, splitting melons.
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