PokÃ©Park Wii: Pikachu’s Adventure Takes PokÃ©mon Fans on a Wild Ride
REDMOND, Wash.–(BUSINESS WIRE)– Launching today across North America, the new PokÃ©Parkâ„¢ Wii: Pikachuâ€™s Adventure game is the first PokÃ©monâ„¢ adventure game created exclusively for the Wiiâ„¢ system, placing the world-famous Pikachuâ„¢ in a massive world filled with friends, foes and exploration. Series fans and newcomers alike are invited to play as Pikachu as they progress through a wild set of challenges, tangling with other PokÃ©mon and racing to save the PokÃ©Park from an uncertain fate.
At the outset of PokÃ©Park Wii: Pikachuâ€™s Adventure, the Rare PokÃ©mon Mewâ„¢ appears and summons Pikachu to the PokÃ©Park. Several pieces of the Sky Prism have gone missing, and itâ€™s up to Pikachu to retrieve them. Players take control of Pikachu to compete in a wide variety of Skill Games and Attractions, bringing Pikachu one step closer to saving the PokÃ©Park. As they move through the parkâ€™s many action-packed Zones, players can befriend other PokÃ©mon by defeating them in Skill Games. They can also play as other PokÃ©mon in certain Attractions and revisit challenges again and again to attempt new high scores. Fans with keen ears will be especially pleased to note that the PokÃ©mon speak with the same voices heard on the popular PokÃ©mon animated series.
â€œAs the holiday season draws near, consumers can count on PokÃ©Park Wii: Pikachuâ€™s Adventure to deliver imaginative game play and endless hours of fun,â€ said Marc Franklin, Nintendo of Americaâ€™s director of Public Relations. â€œPlaying as Pikachu and interacting with scores of different PokÃ©mon in a world of adventure, people will find plenty to love about this new game for Wii, whether theyâ€™re new to the series or experienced PokÃ©mon players.â€
PokÃ©Park Wii: Pikachuâ€™s Adventure offers a versatile mix of simple-to-learn controls and captivating game play. When navigating the various Zones of the PokÃ©Park, players hold the Wii Remoteâ„¢ controller horizontally. As they step up to compete in Attractions and Skill Games, they might be asked to wave or tilt the controller to perform certain tasks. The game also allows players to snap pictures of their favorite PokÃ©mon and locations, and store them on an SD card (sold separately).
For more information about PokÃ©Park Wii: Pikachuâ€™s Adventure, visit www.pokeparkwii.com.