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Pokemon Battle Revolution Videos and Trailers - Wii

Game Description:The island of Poketopia is the perfect place...to fight monster-sized Pokemon battles, that is! You'll do plenty of that in Pokemon Battle Revolution, which is the first title to bring a revolutionary link between Nintendo Wii and DS. You'll customize your trainer and battle your way through a series of Colosseums on a quest to become Poketopia Master. The game's DS compatibility lets you import Pokemon you've trained in Pokemon Diamond and Pearl and watch them do battle on the big screen. You can also fight Wi-Fi battles against friends by sharing secret Friend Codes or tangle with similarly skilled trainers worldwide with the Wi-Fi Rank System.
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