Pokémon Mystery Dungeon: Gates to Infinity made its way to stores in North America on Sunday, and The Pokémon Company celebrated by releasing the promotional anime special in English. Have a look at parts 1 and 2 after the jump.
With Pokémon Mystery Dungeon: Gates to Infinity nearly upon us, Nintendo is showing off one of the series' new features. After introducing players to the concept of random dungeons, the clip shows how the 3DS camera is used to discover new Mystery Dungeons, augmented reality style. Check it out after the jump.
Either Nintendo has something up their sleeve, or they just like teasing North American Pokémon fans. In a commercial for Pokémon Mystery Dungeon: Gates to Infinity, one of the super-excited dudes is jamming the game on the Pikachu-themed 3DS XL, which saw a limited release in Japan and Europe. See for yourself past the jump.
Pokémon Mystery Dungeon: Gates to Infinity is heading to North America on March 24, and now it has a European release date, as well: May 17. If you can't wait to get your peepers on it, Nintendo has a new trailer showing off some of the Pokémon you can choose, as well as some of the dungeons they'll be exploring. Check it out after the jump!
This should come as no surprise to those who followed the Japanese launch of Pokémon Mystery Dungeon: Gates to Infinity, but it's still good news for North American fans. When the dungeon-crawler launches on 3DS in the west, it'll come alongside DLC that's free of charge for a limited time. Read on for more!
Three new dungeons have arrived as paid DLC for Pokémon Mystery Dungeon: Gates to Infinity in Japan, each offering different challenges for players of the dungeon-crawling spin-off series. The latest additions are Pokapoka Mountain, Sweets Road, and Ultimate Desert, and you can take a peek at all three after the jump.
The next Poké-centric game to hit 3DS will be none other than Pokémon Mystery Dungeon: Magnagate and the Infinite Labyrinth. This one takes place in a dream setting, and lets players unlock more dungeons by scanning real-world objects that turn into Magnagates. Check out the first trailer after the jump!