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Editor's Note:

This domestic version of Pokemon Stadium is actually the sequel of an original Japanese version. (never released domestically)

Added on: November 21, 2000

[edit] Background

Now you can watch all 150 Pokemon from Pokemon Red and Blue duke it out in full 3D with Pokemon Stadium. You can transfer your favorite Pokemon from Red and Blue on Game Boy into your N64 thanks to the Transfer Pak. (included) "Rent" Pokemon in-game if you don't have any Game Boy Pokemon data. Get your Pokemon to participate in the arena against human or CPU opponents, or have them fool around with minigames.

[edit] Gameplay

Unlike the Pokemon games for the Game Boy where you must capture wild Pokemon to have an advantage in battles, you can use rental Pokemon to battle with. However, the Pokemon usually do not have great movesets or stats, so it's up to you to battle effectively with what you've got.

[edit] Features

  • Enter your Pokemon in arena tournaments.
  • Includes GB Transfer Pak which allows you to transfer pokemon from your Game Boy.
  • Enhanced graphics and sounds.
  • For 1 or 2 player.

This game is also known as Pocket Monsters Stadium 2 in Japan.

Official URL

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Sep 04, 13 9:47am
I love this game. I'm obsessed with pokemon PokemonStadium
Mantis Fire
May 28, 12 5:06pm
added 8 new concept art
Lone Drifter
Aug 10, 09 5:08pm
nasty nappa
Jun 18, 11 4:42am
a very simple pokemon game not as good as the gameboy colour games PokemonStadium
Oct 24, 10 11:07am
Classic. Such nostalgia... PokemonStadium
Aug 02, 10 1:55pm
Pretty good game. Really fun alone and with friends. PokemonStadium
Jul 04, 10 4:21pm
Way better than pokemon battle revolution, there are more option of battles and you can rent the pokemon you want. PokemonStadium
May 24, 10 12:34am
cool game. PokemonStadium
Jan 03, 10 2:30am
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Release Dates
  • North America: Mar 6, 2000
  • Japan: Apr 30, 1999
  • Europe: Dec 31, 2000
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