BackgroundPlayers get to make great friends with Pikachu. Pokémon Channel is a highly innovative and diverse game that has enough substance to keep even the most avid Poké-maniac entertained for hours and hours. In Pokémon Channel, the Pokémon television station has lost segments of their most popular show. Players must find and collect the clips and return them to the station.
- Explore and interact with many unique Pokémon-themed channels!
- Decorate your room with cool stuff you buy on the Shop 'N Squirtle channel!
- Be creative with Smeargle Paint! Freeze any TV scene as an outline, then paint with a wide variety of colors and patterns. Afterward, tune in to Smeargle's Art Study and have Smeargle critique your masterpiece!
- Enhance your Smeargle Paint experience by scanning the included Pokémon Channel-e cards! (Requires Nintendo e-Reader, Game Boy Advance system and Nintendo GameCube Game Boy Advance Cable, sold separately.)
- Turn off your TV and have fun in your yard, or grab a bus and explore beaches, mountains and woods. You'll meet many wild Pokémon and have great adventures!
- Play virtual versions of Pokémon mini -- the handheld minigames that offer quick, fun Pokémon action!
- Collect Nice Cards from wild Pokémon. Some of these cards even have the Pokémon's cry!
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- Genre: Fantasy (GC)
- Theme(s): Anime, Children's
- Perspective(s): First Person
- Developer: Game Freak
- Publisher: Nintendo
Released North America Dec 1, 2003 Europe Apr 2, 2004 Japan Jul 18, 2003
- Also known as:
- Pokémon Channel: Pikachu Toissho! in Japan
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