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|November 24, 2010|
Pokémon Arena is a strategy game for the DS released on November 24, 2010. The game is the sequel to the Pokémon Stadium games. It is featured in the Epic EEA Announcements 10. Some may call this game Pokémon Stadium DS due to its similarities.
While Arena does not have a storyline, progress similar to Stadium and Stadium 2 allow the player to win Cups in the six arenas and completing in the Elite Fortress, the ultimate championship. The Pokémon featured in this game are mostly from the Jade and Amethyst generation, yet there are 16 Pokémon from each previous generations: Red, Blue, & Yellow; Gold, Silver, & Crystal; Ruby, Sapphire, & Emerald; and Diamond, Pearl, & Platinum. However, some of the unlockables are legendary Pokémon from all the generations you can access and put into your team by the end of the game.
When you enter each arena with 8 battles, there you must complete 4 battles; the final battle in each tournament will be the arena championship round. The diagram of the tournament is like this:
In the game, there are six arenas that are based on the elements. There are two extra arenas: the first one is the Elite Six’s arena and the other one can be unlocked by winning the last arena tournament. And as well, the cups you can win from that arena tournament
- Forest Arena – Leaf Cup
- Volcano Arena – Inferno Cup
- Lighting Arena – Thunder Cup
- Sea Arena – Wave Cup
- Cloud Arena – Rain Cup
- Underground Arena – Cave Cup
- Elite Fortress - World Cup
- An extra arena can be unlocked by completing the Elite Fortress
Here you can complete in the six arenas and the final arena, the Elite Fortress. Other features are the time trial tournament and create-a-tournament mode (where you can select any arena and compete in your customed-made tournament. Each custom tournament can be limited up to 20).
Here you can train your Pokémon before the big battle and practice certain skill sets. You can also practice the time trial battles and learn the rules of the tournaments.
Here you can heal your Pokémon, switch your Pokémon team with other Pokémon you have or unlocked, or upload your Pokémon from the Jade and Amethyst games.
Here you can go online and complete in online tournaments against your friends; and as well other online mini-games.
Here you can change the rules, sound, picture, controls. And use certain cheat codes to unlock some secret items.