Pokemon Battle Revolution 2 is the sequel to Pokemon Battle Revolution that came for the Nintendo Wii U on September 27, 2013, long before the launch of X and Y. It features the return of the cups from the first three Stadium games, now formed as five. Ken Gates reprises his role as the announcer of the sequel.

About the Follow-Up

  • Over five cups the Challenge Cup, the Pika Cup, the Little Cup, the Poke Cup, and the Prime Cup make their return appearances. 649 Pokemon are available from this game as selected ones, plus there is a gym leader castle with 11 gym leaders, plus the elite four, with Alder as the champion. Twelve mini games are added, plus the final battle against Hugh, who has Cobalion, Terrakion, Keldeo, Reshiram and Zekrom. In Round 2 mode, Kyurem, and Genesect replace Reshiram and Zekrom, with Victini and Meloetta as Prime Cup rentals.

List of Mini Games

  1. Rodeo Tauros
  2. Rapidash's Equestrian Ride
  3. Sneasel's Item Robbery
  4. Cherubi's Plant-demonium
  5. Farfetch'd's Follow The Leader
  6. Spiritomb's Fortune Memory
  7. Pin The Tail On The Slowpoke
  8. High Flying Staravia
  9. Axew's Slice and Dice
  10. Build A Nosepass
  11. Zangoose's Wild Chase
  12. Girafarig's Trail of Fun


Challenge Cup

Pika Cup

Little Cup

Poke Cup

Prime Cup

Gym Leader Castle

Striaton Gym

Nacrene Gym

Castelia Gym

Nimbasa Gym

Driftveil Gym

Mistralton Gym

Iciruss Gym

Opelucid Gym

Aspertia Gym

Virbank Gym

Humilau Gym

Elite Four

Rival Battle


  • This is the first Battle Revolution Game for the Wii U to feature Iris and Drayden as Gym Leaders.
  • Instead of cries from the prequel, this one uses cries from the Stadium trilogy.
  • Trainer classes from all generations are seen for the first time.

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