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Pokemon Stadium: HD Remix is an installment to the Pokemon Stadium series and a video game made for the Wii U exclusively. It features some major changes, such as Ken Gates replacing Ted Lewis for the announcer role, the addition of the Pokemon from the Johto, Hoenn, Sinnoh, Unova and Kalos regions, two new cups, and names for the trainer classes. There is also a Gym Leader Castle, but with six regions to choose from (the Kanto castle has three trainer classes and a gym leader, while the other five have one battle with a gym leader). It was released on May 27, 2016.

Plot

  • Over the same total of 721 Pokemon are available from the start. The Kids Club is composed of nine mini-games, plus the six stadium cups (World Cup, Alpha Cup, Pika Cup, Little Cup, Poke Cup and Prime Cup), the gym leader castles from all regions, and a final battle with Mewtwo, Ho-oh, Groudon, Dialga, Reshiram, and Xerneas is held (in Round 2, Mewtwo is teamed up with Lugia, Kyogre, Palkia, Zekrom and Yveltal). The trainer from this and Stadium 2 is controlled by the Player and this takes place in White City, home to all kinds of stuff here in this video game.

List of Mini Games

  1. Magikarp's Splash
  2. Clefairy Says
  3. Run, Rattata, Run
  4. Snore War
  5. Thundering Dynamo
  6. Sushi Go Round
  7. Ekans' Hoop Hurl
  8. Rock Harden
  9. Dig Dig Dig

Stadium Cups

Round 1

World Cup

Alpha Cup

Pika Cup

Little Cup

Poke Cup

Poke Ball
Great Ball
Ultra Ball
Master Ball

Prime Cup

Poke Ball
Great Ball
Ultra Ball
Master Ball

Kanto Gym Leader Castle

Round 1

Pewter Gym

Cerulean Gym

Vermilion Gym

Celadon Gym

Fuchsia Gym

Saffron Gym

Cinnabar Gym

Viridian Gym

Elite Four

Johto Gym Leader Castle

Hoenn Gym Leader Castle

Sinnoh Gym Leader Castle

Unova Gym Leader Castle

Kalos Gym Leader Castle

Final Battle

Round 1

Round 2

Trivia

  • This is the first video game not to feature the Challenge Cup.
  • Thudding sounds are made for Pokemon of different kinds, with the silent ones used for Gengar and Jynx.
  • Flying type Pokemon like Spearow don't use thudding sounds during fainting animations.
  • The World Cup and Alpha Cup are based on the 97 and 98 cups seen in the Japanese version.
  • Trainer classes from all six regions are allowed.
  • Mew, Celebi, Jirachi, and a lot of other Pokemon are available as rentals.

See Also

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