About this product
|Return to the PokéPark in this follow-up to 2010's attraction-filled game starring characters from the Pokémon series. Playing as your choice of Pikachu, Oshawott, Snivy, and Tepig, you'll wander across various zones to find their missing friends. Once found, the Pokémon will join your team and help you complete the game's mixture of activities, boss battles, and motion-controlled skill challenges. PokéPark 2 also supports up to four friends and family members for multiplayer competitions.|
|Game||PokePark 2: Wonders Beyond|
|ESRB Descriptor||Cartoon Violence, Comic Mischief|
|Number of Players||1|
|Game Special Features|
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- kieszkoeskiJul 12, 2015by
I got this for my grandsons birthday. He started playing it and did not want to quit. The Pokémon are the best gift we could get him. He didn't care about any other gift or about eating cake and ice cream.
- joj921Apr 10, 2015by
Family fun game
Pokemon what's not to love easy fun kids game basically for<br>Younger kids upto 11 year olds oldest my boy loves everything<br>Pokemon so this game is perfect.
- wolfshine1Feb 5, 2015by
Great Pokemon game!
Great game! Definitely entertaining for people that love Pokemon! It is a great prequel to the first one, focusing on the generation five starters along with everyone's favorite, Pikachu!
- d-zunigaMar 30, 2013by
MUST HAVE IF YOU ARE A POKÉMANIAC!!
The game begins with Reshiram and Zekrom conversing, seeing that a dark omen is going to befall on the PokéPark. But Reshiram sees a light among the darkness and feels there is still hope.<br>Pikachu has journeyed to a new PokéPark with his best friend Piplup. Almost immediately they are introduced to the new and fascinating Wish Park, which are access through portals disguised as posters, known simply as Poster Portals. Wish Park is spoken as a place where the fun never stops. However, they find that the Pokémon there really are trapped and cannot leave Wish Park. A sleuthing Oshawott comes to the rescue before they too are bewitched, but Piplup ends up trapped after saving them. As they are transported back to the PokéPark, Pikachu is momentarily in Reshiram's dimension, and Reshiram shares its knowledge of the impending doom, and informs Pikachu that he can save the PokéPark. After returning to the Cove Area, Oshawott and Pikachu team up to solve the case and save the trapped Pokémon. They seek out the Krokorok who opened the Poster Portal for them, so that they may learn how to open the portal. Once back in the park, they learn that ringing a Wish Bell will bring all the Pokémon out of their trance. They manage to ring the bell and free all the Pokémon in the Cove Area, and then decide to explore the other Areas to spread the word of the circumstances for entering the Wish Park.<br><br>Multiplayer<br>Unlike its predecessor, PokéPark 2: Wonders Beyond features multiplayer capabilities. Each attraction is capable of having up to four players competing against each other for the highest score.<br>Interchangeable team<br>The player is able to switch out their Pokémon for others in their team, consisting of Pikachu, Snivy, Tepig, and Oshawott. Each Pokémon has their own special abilities: Snivy can double-jump using Leaf Tornado, Tepig can crush large boulders using Flame Charge, and Oshawott can swim across bodies of water. These are necessary for exploring some Areas, and some locations. Player Pokémon cannot be swapped during a Skill Game, or in certain areas, such as areas with a fixed camera, or when a Pokémon is within talking distance.<br>The player can also call upon other Pokémon while battling when their health has depleted a great amount. The Pokémon are only Pokémon found in the respective Area, and tend to be chosen at random. They can only be used once in a battle.<br>Locations<br><br>PokéPark 2 takes place in a new region, also called the PokéPark, filled with new areas: Cove Area, Arbor Area, Crag Area, Tech Area, and Arcane Area. There is also a new Park: the ominous Wish Park. Each area is governed by an Area Keeper, except for Arcane Area.Read full review
- suzan9560Mar 6, 2013by
An Awesome and entertaining game that all should own.
THis game is awesome. The kids love it and get many hours of fun with it. I had to ask them as I watch them play, what they think as I do not play the Wii. They wanted this game. It is fun to watch the game as they play it and it keeps them entertained . I would definately tell anyone it is a game to get. I am so happy that I bought it. In fact I ordered two off line as the first one a new puppy boxer they got chewed up the first one after about 3 months of having it. They could not live without the game.