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Pokemon Ranger Previews - DS

Game Description:Enter a whole new Pokemon frontier with Pokemon Ranger for Nintendo DS! As a Pokemon Ranger in the Fiore Region, you'll protect nature and Pokemon alike in a whole new way. When you encounter Pokemon in the wild, you'll try and bring 'em in by circling them with the stylus-controlled Capture Styler. With more than 200 Pokemon to capture and meet, there's plenty of adventure to be found. Grab a Poke-assist from your Pokemon to help overcome obstacles and capture other Pokemon. Since you're a ranger and not a trainer, once a Pokemon has helped you, you have to release it back into the wild.
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