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Well, the information wasn't here so here you go:

Pokémon Mysterious Dungeon Red & Blue Basic Information

Pokémon Mysterious Dungeon Red Rescue Force for the GBA and Blue Rescue Force for the DS are two upcoming Pokémon games based on the hit RPG Series, Mysterious Dungeon, of which I basically remember Chocobo's Mysterious Dungeon.

At the start of the game your character is turned into a Pokémon, one of the fire starters if you are playing red or one of the water starters if you are playing Blue or Pikachu. You are then asked a set of questions to determine the Pokémon you turn into and then from there you can pick a Partner and begin making your Rescue Force.

The Rescue Force has to go around doing tasks for other Pokémon such as helping to find a lost Caterpie or tasks like that. When they successfully do a task their reputation goes up and the amount of tasks possible and you have to compete with other teams and get a better rating.

Pokémon in the game can use their well known attacks such as Bite, Bubble, Thundershock & Smokescreen aswell as new items that can help out such as the Explosive Seed which hits the foe square in the face and Graveler's Stone which is good to take enemies in the distance

There are also dungeons in this game than randomise whenever you enter it...it'll never be the same twice!

You can link them up by having both Red & Blue in your DS.

Avaliable Partners Known So Far


Charmander (Partner in Blue ONLY)

Squirtle (Partner in Red ONLY)





Cyndaquil (Partner in Blue ONLY)

Totodile (Partner in Red ONLY)


Torchic (Partner in Blue ONLY)

Mudkip (Partner in Red ONLY)


Known Game Areas

Your Rescue Force Base - This is your base of operations, you can receive mail here and meet Pokémon that wish to join your team. It's design is based on your main Pokémon.

The Shop - This shop is run by Kecleon, one of which sells Items to help you out, the other sells TMs for your Pokémon to learn

The Bank - This bank is run by Persian where you can Deposit and Withdraw any money that you have either on you or saved respectively

The Friend Circle - The friend circle is run by Wigglytuff. It gives information on Wild Pokémon so that you know where to go if you would like to try and get them to join your Rescue Force

The Post Office - This is where you can send requests to other players or teams

The Item Warehouse - Since you lose items that you're holding if you fail a mission, use this place to store items so that they arent lost if you are about to go onto a hard mission

The Move Fuser - This place, ran by Gulpin allows you to fuse moves together to add a better effect in battle. Gulpin can also help you remember old moves and unfuse moves that have been fused

The Training Ground - The Training Ground, run by Makuhita, does exactly what it says on the tin and allows you to train and level up your rescue force.

DS Version Differences

Firstly, your starter Pokémon is not a fire Pokémon like in the GBA version, it's more likely to be a water type Pokémon in the DS version...the starters to be specific.

The next difference is that all the menu's normally brought up by the Start Menu in the GBA version can be easily accessed via little icons at the bottom such as the Rescue Force's status like HitPoints and so forth

The dungeon map can also be transferred to the top screen and gives you the information for your team as well.

And finally, text previously displayed throughout the game is accessible such as experience gain and other bits of text so you can remember what your mission is.

Edited by Dr. J
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Over in Japan, Nintendo is starting to give Pokemon fans exactly what they want: DS titles starring the world famous Pokemon characters. Pokemon Torouze is already out and will be followed later this year by Pokemon Mysterious Dungeon. But the real fun begins next year. No, not with Diamond and Pearl, but with Pokemon Ranger!

The latest issues of Nintendo Dream, Dengeki GameCube and Famitsu Cube + Advance (there's no shortage of Nintendo-specific game magazines in Japan) have first details on Ranger. First, here's what we know already. Ranger is a new Pokemon game set in the world of the upcoming Pokemon Ranger movie. The game will link up with Diamond and Pearl and focus on the Pokemon Rangers, a group that travels the world and use Pokemon to defend nature from evil.

You'll be able to play as two characters in Pokemon Ranger: a boy and a girl. These two aren't the Pokemon Trainers we've come to know in all the Pokemon games so far. They're both Pokemon Rangers. The two characters hold a device in their hands that has an antenna. The nature of this device is unknown at this time, but it looks like it will play a key role in the game.

Pokemon Ranger keeps the gameplay on the bottom screen, with the top screen used to display a radar map and your list of Pokemon friends. The radar map shows what appears to be wild Pokemon in the area. The friend list has slots for seven Pokemon along with markers that seem to indicate special powers for the creatures (we're doing a lot of speculating here, but it's because Nintendo is being shy with the details).

Judging by the shots we've seen, Pokemon Ranger is a 2D action RPG with more advanced visuals than we've come to expect from the Pokemon series. As you move around the play field, the Pokemon who are in your party follow you. The bottom screen includes a few strange meters whose purpose remain a mystery at this point.

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Sometime in 2006. They never really specified. And if they did it'll be at least half a year after the initial release date. Maybe they don't want a release date for that very reason.

Either way, the UK won't get it until 2008 if the current translation lag comes into play. What is up with that? It's not even translations, it was released in the US in April, and now finally in the UK HALF A YEAR later. I mean, why? GBA cartridges aren't hard to manufacture. Then no one with a PC actually buys the cart when it's out, because they're got the American version somehow. (¬_¬)

And I want more information now. What's the point in making more games with the first three generations in them, when they'll be very out of date within a year (in Japan anyways)?

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