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Pokémon Stadium 3
Wii U Plus
Pokémon Stadium 3 (as its known in development) is the latest Pokémon Stadium title in the series, said to be the most expansive yet.
Though not much has been revealed as of gameplay (other than following traditional Stadium formula), it has been revealed to be compatible with Pokémon Iron/Amber and Prism versions.
Triad City can be considered the hub world for the Stadium, having all the main attractions, as well as other things you might not expexct.
Traditionally, there's always a gigantic Stadium with several cups ready to battle in, usually with specific rules and regulations.
Poké Cup: Traditionally, this cup is for Pokémon that can put up a decent fight; there's no restrictions on evolutionary courses, but only Pokémon levels 50 to 55 can participate.
Prime Cup: ???
Petit Cup: ???
Pika Cup: ???
Challenge Cup: ???
Honura Cup: ???
Legend Cup: The Legend Cup. In this you must face 8 trainers in succession (like in any other cup); unlike other teams however, this cup has opponents who carry solely Legendary Pokemon, this category including pseudo-Legendaries like Dragonite, Tyranitar, etc.
Free Battle Arena
Gym Leader Castle
The Minigame Archipelago
It seems that completing Gym Leader Castle and the Stadium somehow opened up a cave entrance to a hidden area beneath the land; wouldn't ya know it, it's the hideout of former Team Rocket leader Giovanni. He's been training for years. He's been readying himself for the moment to come back and reestablish his command over Team Rocket. This is it: the very final battle!