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Pokemon Mystery Dungeon: Blue Rescue Team Videos and Trailers - DS

Game Description:Ever wonder what it would be like to be a Pokemon? Here's your chance! In this all-new Pokemon adventure, you'll wake up in a whole new world, the world of Pokemon! Speak with and interact with Pokemon as you complete rescue missions after a series of natural disasters. You'll encounter more than 380 Pokemon. Befriend as many as you can, and they'll be there when you need help! The more rescue missions you complete, the better your team's reputation will be. Journey far enough and you may even uncover your mysterious destiny in the Pokemon world. Blue Rescue Team's companion game, Red Rescue Team, is available for Game Boy Advance.
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