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Pokémon Colosseum for Nintendo GameCube
By: Nintendo
Pokémon Colosseum for Nintendo GameCube
  • After clearing various parts of the story, you'll compete in the incredible Pokemon Colosseums in every town
  • Fight your way through a series of difficult battles, using more Pokemon and more complex strategies as you reach for the top
  • Exciting RPG-style storyline and quests for a more advanced level of gameplay
  • Upload Pokemon from Pokemon Ruby & Sapphire and battle them against friends with a GameCube
  • Join with a friend for four-player multi-battles

  • Price: $19.99
    Prices subject to change

Product Description:

Pokemon Colosseum - If you've conquered the Pokemon Stadium games, then the next step up is winning in the massive Colosseums! In this game, you'll be challenged to retrain and convert the infamous "Dark Pokemon". These are Pokemon that were mistreated during training. Open their hearts through kindness & training, then battle them against champion trainers in the Colosseums! Work with Dark Pokemon to develop a strong relationship with them -- open its heart so that it'll fight for you in the Colosseum!

AWSOME GAME       Product Reviews
by: Anonymous       on: 27-Dec 2005

If you are a big pokemon fan BUY THIS GAME. It's similer to colosseum and it's also different.I rate it 5/5 stars.Great game BUY IT.
"Oh! There's a SHADOW POK√©MON!"       Product Reviews
by: Anonymous       on: 02-Oct 2005

Pokemon Colosseum is the third game in the Pokemon Stadium series, and it's a bit different from its predecessors, in that it's not just a fighting game, but it's also the very first Pokemon adventure game for the GameCube. In Story Mode, there are a couple of evil organizations: Snagem and Cipher, who steal Pokemon and turn them into evil "Shadow Pokemon". You play as a boy who once worked for Snagem. However, at the beginning of the game, the boy causes an explosion at the hideout, wrecking its equipment, and escapes with his Espeon and Umbreon.
Soon enough, you rescue a girl with the ability to sense when a Pokemon is evil, and the real adventure starts. The object of the game is to raise Pokemon, of course, and to steal the evil Pokemon from the bad guys so you can make them good again.

Here are the pros and cons of this game.

It's a LOT of fun (duhh).
The graphics are really good.
The background music is also really good (with the possible exception of when they use harmonicas; that gets stuck in my head).
There's a lot in it.

The final boss is really really really really really really hard.
You can't save wherever you want--you have to find a special computer in a certain part of wherever you are. (This is EXTREMELY annoying--I almost got stuck playing it well into the night because of this.)
You can't play as a girl. However, there is a girl who follows the main character around, and you get to name her, but it's not quite the same.

Overall, this game is really quite good, if a bit frustrating from time to time, and it's certainly worth buying.
Pokemon Colosseum Rocks!!!       Product Reviews
by: Anonymous       on: 19-Sep 2005

This rpg game just rocks!!! The shadow pokemon you can "snag" add up to a total of 48!!! This pokemon game has a whole different story mode, because you have to save the "shadow" pokemon, which have had the door to their hearts closed by a bunch of bad guys who are planning to take over the world!!! And, you can snag Houndoom,(my personal favorite), Sunflora, Absol, Tyranitar, and TONS more!!! This is a game you've just got to have!!!
The only thing is that there is no wild pokemon in this game, unlike the rest of the pokemon games collection.

You are a nameless hero, with the company of a young lady (also nameless, by this, I mean YOU name them)who has the ability to see and recognize shadow pokemon by looking at their aura. Shadow pokemon look just like normal pokemon, but, with the help of your companion, you will identify each and every one of them.

PS. If you are a person that isn't patient, get ready, because the battles are just a bit slow, but this game really is worth your time.

WAY COOL--from adult Pokemon fan       Product Reviews
by: jbcw       on: 07-Jul 2005

Ok, I just bought this game and have played it just two hours. But that was two hours straight the first time I put it in and I don't get to play console games for hours in a row very often. I can rack up more time on GBA Pokemon titles but this game was exactly what I wanted. I am very pleased with the over all aspects of the game but am especially pleased with the graphics that are a lot better than GBA and I am playing it on a 32 inch tv so...I just love it. I agree with another review that said the story is rather "dark" but that is a nice change of pace so far. If you haven't played the GBA games, I suggest you try those before buying this game. I can see how this game will delight fans but I am not so sure about it doing much for new comers since it is pretty easy at first.

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