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Game Details:

Developer: Creatures, Inc.
Publisher: Nintendo
Platform: Nintendo Wii
Release Date(s): December 5, 2009 (JPN), July 9, 2010 (EUR), November 1st, 2010 (USA)
Mode(s): Single Player
Rating(s): CERO: A (JPN), PEGI: 3 (EUR), ESRB: E (USA), OFLC: G (AUS)
Controller(s): WiiMote, Nunchuck
Extra Contents: PokéPark Main Page, Trial of Strength, PokéPark Areas, Attractions, Items, Passwords, PokéPark Pad Dex


PokéPark Wii: Pikachu's Adventure (PokéPark Wii Pikachu's Great Adventure ポケパークWii ピカチュウの大冒険) was first revealed during the Kyoto gaming conference at the beginning of October 2009. The game was released in Japan on December 5th, 2009 and retailed for 4,800 yen. The games catalog number is RVL-P-R8AJ.


The game takes place in the Pokémon's playground, PokéPark. Pikachu is informed of a crisis at PokéPark by a mysterious Pokémon named Mew. Pikachu starts its journey and adventure that day. There are various areas such as a forest and sea in PokéPark where Pokémon can play. The game is an action adventure game where Pikachu confronts difficult tasks while making friends with other Pokémon.

The game will feature the ability to save pictures from the game onto SD memory cards similar to previous Wii Pokémon games. This allows players to easily transfer pictures from the game with friends and to commemorate the gaming adventure.

For those that bought the game early, participating retail stores gave people a Pikachu Wiimote decal for free. The number of decals was limited and was limited to first come first serve.


Skill Game (Trial of Strength ちからくらべ)

In this mode, Pokémon test Pikachu and if they are defeated by the player that Pokémon can cooperate in the adventure. The number of Pokémon that visible in PokéPark also increases when they becoming friends. Some of the Pokémon also become available to participate in the various attractions. Below is a list of the different types of tests that Pikachu may encounter with the Pokémon in PokéPark during this mode.
  • A Hide and Go Seek mode where Pikachu has to find the Pokémon.
  • A quiz which allows you to befriend Pokémon if you answer correctly.
  • Other party's physical strength is decreased when Pikachu uses Thunderbolt in "Battle".
  • A "Wild Goose" chase mode requires players to chase and touch Pokémon similar to the game of tag.
  • Jumping mode where Pikachu must jump onto platforms without falling down.


  • 193 Pokémon from all four generation in 3D are available in the game.
  • Players can take photos of their favorite Pokémon in the game and save them to an SD Card (sold separately). Share screenshots with friends by saving the pictures to an SD card in .JPG format and copy to your computer.
  • Special passwords allow players to unlock special Pokémon events or items.
  • Various areas and locations completely in 3D.
  • Playing as Pikachu, players start their adventure at the PokéPark and play a variety of Attractions that are in each Zone with the help of many different Pokémon. As Pikachu, players compete in Skill Games and Attractions in this action-packed adventure.
  • Players interact with and befriend some Pokémon by defeating them in Skill Games. Once players befriend a Pokémon, they can play as them to compete in certain Attractions. Players can compete in the challenges multiple times to try and beat their high score.
  • Players use the Wii Remote™ controller turned sideways to navigate through the PokéPark, while different motion controls are used in the various Attractions and Skill Games.


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