Pokémon Dream Radar (ポケモンARサーチャー)
|Creatures||Nintendo||Nintendo 3DS||June 23rd, 2012 (JPN)
October 7th, 2012 (USA)
October 12th, 2012 (EU)
|Single Player||CERO: A (JPN)||Nintendo 3DS|
|Table of Contents:||Description - Story/Information - Features - Secret Commands - Screenshots|
Description:Pokémon Dream Radar (ポケモンARサーチャー) is a Nintendo 3DS exclusive title that was published on the Nintendo eShop. Pokémon Dream Radar is a motion-controlled shooting game where, using Augmented Reality technology, players chase down Pokémon that appear as if they’re in the real world! The game uses some of the coolest features of the Nintendo 3DS system, including the 3D camera and gyro sensor.
During the April 21st, 2012 Nintendo Direct broadcast, Nintendo President Satoru Iwata (岩田 聡) announced Pokémon AR Searcher (ポケモンARサーチャー) for Japan at a price of 300 yen.
Story/Information:Players can find many Pokémon in Pokémon Dream Radar, including Pokémon that are otherwise very hard to get. They can then send the Pokémon they obtain to their copy of Pokémon Black Version 2 or Pokémon White Version 2 for the Nintendo DS system, giving players even more ways to fill up their Pokédex!
The Legendary trio of Tornadus, Thundurus, and Landorus show up in all-new Formes in Pokémon Dream Radar. The appearance of these three Pokémon in Therian Forme is very different from their traditional Incarnate Forme.
AR Searcher - Sacred Beast Formes RevealedThe official Japanese Pokémon AR Searcher website revealed the new Sacred Beast Formes for Tornelos, Voltolos and Landlos. Players can capture them in the game and then transfer them over to Pokémon Black 2 or White 2. Below are the details for the new Formes available in the game.
A new professor was also revealed for the game on the Japanese official website. Professor Burnet (バーネット博士) is named after the common name for Sanguisorba. She studies the Dream Interstice (夢のはざま), a mysterious space between dreams and reality, and the user can go there to search for Pokémon in order to aid her research.
- New Therian Formes for Tornadus, Thundurus, and Landorus
- Transfer Pokémon to the Nintendo DS games Pokémon Black 2 and White 2