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We may have fought for years
and lost our town
but a century later
our world is falling down
Blurb


Pokemon Mystery Dungeon: Tower of 100 Warriors
PokemonMysteryDungeon
Logo by Lumogo (tbc)
Developer(s) Red Foxx Productions
Publisher(s) Nintendologoayy
Platform(s) Wii U
Genre(s) RPG, Strategy
Release Date(s)
Flag of USA-November 17, 2015
Flag of Europe-November 21, 2015
Flag of Japan-January 2, 2016
Flag of Australia-January 2, 2016
Mode(s)
Story Mode
Age Rating(s)
ESRB 10
Media Included Optical Disc
Pokemon Mystery Dungeon: Tower of 100 Warriors Bundle Pack

Pokemon Mystery Dungeon: Tower of 100 Warriors is the upcoming fifth installment of the Pokemon Mystery Dungeon sub series, and the second to be playable on the Wii U, as well as being the first one to tale place in Generation 6 of Pokémon.

Gameplay

The gameplay of the game is set to be much more reminiscent to Pokemon Mystery Dungeon: Explorers of Time and Explorers of Darkness then it's predecessor. Up to four Pokemon can play on a team and are exploring something called a Mystery Dungeon, a dungeon who's layout changes every time it is entered again. The team's job is to explore the dungeon, taking part in missions like retrieving treasure, fighting baddies, and even uncovering ancient secrets.

The main character's avatar is chosen at the beginning of the game in the form of a personality quiz, being chosen by the gender of the player and the answers you choose for the questions. You also choose a partner Pokemon freely, but you cannot choose a partner of the same type as you are.

In dungeons, you can pull up a menu using WiiU X Button2 with six options; Attack, Treasure, Ground, Status, Suspend, and Options. Attack pulls up the four special attacks, where you can choose which one to attack with. Treasure lets you see your inventory and choose items to use. Ground lets you see what is on the ground under you. Status lets you see how you and your teammates are doing; their health, status conditions, and level. Suspend lets you save and suspend your game so you could take a break, then return at the point you saved, Options is self-explanatory; it lets you see several options, like layouts for boxes, chat speeds, and more.

Like most Pokemon games, you have four special moves, and they can be changed over time via leveling up and TMs. You choose special moves via the menu in Attack. Also, you can do a basic attack using WiiU A Button2. If you want to use a specific special attack quickly, you can set an attack to use using WiiU - Button on the menu, and use that move by pushing WiiU ZL or WiiU ZR.

Story

Characters

Playable

Species Personality (Male) Personality (Female)
Pikachu Brave Hasty
Bulbasaur
Charmander
Squirtle
Meowth*
Sandshrew
Machop
Cubone
Vulpix
Eevee
Psyduck*
Mankey*
Chikorita
Cyndaquil
Totodile
Phanpy
Teddiursa*
Tyrogue
Treecko
Torchic
Mudkip
Skitty
Meditite
Bagon
Turtwig
Chimchar
Piplup
Shinx
Pachirisu
Buizel
Riolu
Buneary
Munchlax*
Snivy
Tepig
Oshawott
Darumaka
Scraggy
Mincinno*
Meinfoo
Axew
Pawniard
Emolga
Cubchoo*
Chespin
Fennekin
Froakie
Bunnelby*
Heliopitile
Pancham
Phantump
Pumpkaboo
* denotes characters who cannot be chosen as the main character; these characters can be chosen exclusively as a partner and a partner ONLY

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Reception

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