PokéPark Wii: Pikachu's Adventure is an action or adventure game available for the Wii console. The game was released on December 5, 2009, in Japan, November 1, 2010, in North America, and July 9, 2010, in Europe. The game features the player being able to play as the Pokémon Pikachu, challenging Pokémon to a Skill Game and partaking in the attractions.
One day, Pikachu, Chikorita, Charmander, and Piplup are happily playing around until the mysterious Mew appears and opens a mysterious portal. Piplup stumbles into the others pushing Pikacui through the portal and the others jump through after him. As Pikachu falls through the sky after exiting the portal, he receives a vision from Mew. Mew asks for Pikachu's help because the Sky Prism, which protects the Poképark, has shattered into 14 pieces that have fallen all over the Poképark. Without the Sky Prism, the Sky Pavilion could fall from the sky onto the Poképark, causing untold damage. Mew reveals the pieces of the Sky Prism are in the hands of special Pokémon in the Poképark and begs for his help.
Pikachu awakens on the ground and meets Chatot, the guide to the Poképark. Pikachu asks Chatot if he's seen his friends, but Chatot hasn't seen them. Chatot, believing Pikachu's friends are at the Poképark offers to guide Pikachu to the Poképark. On the way to the Poképark, Chatot teaches Pikachu how to dash and jump. Chatot also reveals the Pokémon of the Pokepark like to play Skill Games and plays a game of Chase with Pikachu. After Pikachu wins the game, Chatot explains that by winning Skill Games, they can befriend the Pokémon they played with and receive berries as a prize.
Chatot leaves and a Buneary arrives and reveals the PokéPark is just outside the forest they are currently in. However, a sleeping Snorlax is blocking the way to the Poképark and Pikachu is forced to use Thunderbolt to wake him and access the Poképark. Pikachu meets up with Chatot, who gives him a Poképark Pad to record the friends he makes.
Pikachu then enters the Poképark's Meadow Zone, where he finds Chikorita, who reveals that he got separated from Charmander and Piplup when the fell to the Poképark. Buneary then recommends the two play some of the Poképark's attractions. The two go to meet Bulbasaur, the attraction mangers of Bulbasaur's Daring Dash, but Bulbasaur reveals that the rules of the Meadow Zone state that attractions can't be player and Pokémon can't leave and visit other zones. However, Bulbasaur decides to let the two play the attraction in secret from the Zone Keeper, Venusaur. Though curious about the strange rules of the Meadow Zone, Chikorita and Pikachu play the attraction.
After the two complete the attraction, Bulbasaur gives Pikachu a Prism Piece, having found it after it fell from the sky and received instructions to give it to whomever completes his attractions. However, a Treeko and Mankey discover that the three broke the zone's rules and kidnap Chikorita to bring her to Venusaur. Pikachu goes after Chikorita and finds Treeko blocking the bridge that leads to the other half of the zone and will only let Pikachu by if he befriends Bulbasaur and completes his bonus on Bulbasaur's attraction. After completing his challenge, Treeko lets Pikachu pass and Pikachu then has to battle Mankey in order to get across the bridge. After he is defeated, Mankey concedes defeats and gives Pikachu directions to Venusaur and tells him to speak with Croagunk.
When Pikachu speaks to Croagunk, he refuses to let Pikachu in unless Pikachu gives him 200 berries. When Croagunk learns the reason Pikachu wants to see Venusaur, he is touched and returns a good portion of the berries given to him. Pikachu finally meets with Venusaur to have Chikorita freed. Venusaur refuses to claiming that Chikorita and Pikachu broke the rule and if he let them go, others would their example and create trouble for the Meadow Zone. Venusaur will listen to Pikachu if he defeats, his trusted aids Croagunk and Spearow in Skill games.
After both Croagunk and Spearow are defeat, Venusaur releases Chikorita, but refuses to let them the attractions again. Chikorita objects to Venusaur's policies on not playing attractions and unable to leave the Zone and question why he would make such limits. Venusaur proclaims that attractions and other zones are too dangerous and that his methods are took keep the Pokémon of the Meadow Zone safe. Chikorita challenges this by asking Pikachu to play Venusaur's attraction to prove him wrong and Venusaur excepts the challenge and agrees to lift his rules if they can beat it.
After Pikachu beats Venusaur's Vine Swing, Venusaur keeps his end of the bargain and lifts his rules and gives Pikachu a Prism Piece. Chikorita asks Venusaur why is being so overprotective when he knows that the Meadow Zone Pokémon are capable of taking of themselves. Venusaur reveals he had reasons for his actions and it was because he had a fight with Emploeon, the Keep of the Beach and Iceberg Zones, and Blaziken, the Keeper of the Cavern and Lava Zones over the values of the Poképark and he closed the Meadow Zone to protect it. Venusaurs wishes to mend his friendship with the other keeps and asks Pikachu to speak to them and send his regards to reunite the Poképark. Chikorita leaves to check out the Meeting Place, the center point of the Poképark where the Zones can be accessed, and asks Pikachu to follow him when he is ready.
Upon reaching the Meeting Place, Pikachu meets Chatot again who explains that the Meeting Place is the center point of the PokéPark where other zones can be accessed. Pikachu meets up with Chikorita, who reveals she plans to turn the giant tree in the middle of the the Meeting Place into a giant tree house. After speaking to Electabuzz to learn about powering up Pikachu's attacks, Misdreavus about how to take pictures, and Drifblim about to operate Drifblim Stops to travel to different zones instantly, Pikachu speaks to the gate guard of the Beach Zone, Corphish, about speaking to Empoleon and Corphish opens the gate to the Beach Zone.
Upon entering the Zone, Pikachu sees an Azurill and Slowpoke discussing about a fight between a Feratligatr and Gyrados that led to the destruction of most on the bridges that connected the nearby islands. Suddenly, an mysterious earthquake occurs and after it ends, the notice Pikachu and learn the reason he is there. They explain that Empoleon resides in the Iceberg Zone and that Pikachu needs to cross the ocean to reach there and that riding Lapras, who usually comes by the cove, is the best way to get there.
Upon reaching the path to the cover, Pikachu discovers that the earlier earthquake caused a rock to fall and block the way to the cove. Feraligatr offers to destroy the rock if Pikachu bring Gyarados, who proclaimed himself the new Zone Keeper, to his senses. Immediantly afterward, Pikachu is called out to by Piplup, who is stranded on a nearby island with broken bridge along with a Wynaut. Piplup recommends that Pikachu speak to Bidoof in the Meadow Zone to have her make a bridge to rescue them.
When Pikachu talks to Bidoog in the Meadow Zone, she for Pikachu's help in gathering lumber so she can expand her dam so her family can visit the Meadow Zone. After Pikachu's gathers the lumber, Bidoof is able to expand her home and agrees to help Pikachu by having one of her friends travel to the Beach Zone so she can build a bridge.
Upon returning to the Beach Zone, Pikachu meets with the other Bidoof who agrees to build a bridge and asks Pikachu to bring lumber. However, a Sharpedo and Carvanha refuse to let the Bidoof build the bridge without Gyarados's permission. Bidoof questions this because Empoleon is the keeper of the Beach Zone and allows the construction of bridges. Sharpedo and Carvanah don't care about Empoleon's rules, but agree to let the bridge be built if they can clear Pelipper's attracion. After Pelipper's Circle Circuit is cleared Pikachu is award a Prism Piece by Pelipper and Sharpedo and Carvanha allow the bridge to be built. After Wynaut and Piplup get across the bridge, Piplup learns of Pikachu's missions and decides to stay in the Beach Zone for a bit.
After Pikachu provides Bidoof with more lumber, she finishes three more bridges that allow Pikachu to reach Gyarados. When spoken to, Gyarados refuses to relinquish his self appointed keep status and reveals he plans to take over other zones as well in order to rule the PokéPark. However, he is impressed that Pikachu has made many friends and agrees to step down if Pikachu or one his friends can clear his attraction and will even give up his Prism Piece. After Gyarado's Aqua Dash is cleared, Gyarados gives Pikachu the Prism Piece. After learning the reason Pikachu is collecting the Prism Pieces, Gyarados realizes the danger the PokéPark is in, recognizes how selfish he's been, and abandons his plans to become ruler of the PokéPark.
Pikachu tells Feraligatr about Gyarados's change of heart and a grateful Feraligatr destroys the rock, unblocking the path to the cove. Soon after, Piplup arrives and discovers an object that Lapras identifies as a deflated and broken balloon. Piplup decides to take the balloon back to the meeting place to get it fixed in order to use it to help find Charmander and the remaining Prism Pieces. Pikachu then talks to Lapras about visiting Emploeon in the Iceberg Zone, but Lapras reveals that Empoleon has hardened his heart after his with the other keepers and locked himself away. Lapras notes that the Pokémon of the PokéPark have become heavyhearted and agrees to take Pikachu to the Iceberg Zone.
The Skill Games consists of five activities that test Pikachu's abilities against Pokémon.
Battling is the main activity in which some Pokémon will challenge you to a duel. During the battle, the player will need to lower the Pokémon's hit points by using a variety of moves at Pikachu's disposal. The battle feature is identical to the battling in the main series game, whereas different types of Pokémon are granted a weakness or immunity against Pikachu's Thunderbolt or Iron Tail.
Hide & Seek
Hide & Seek is another activity where a Pokémon will challenge you to find it. While playing, the Pokémon hides and you'll have to search around the area. However, if the Pokémon is close to Pikachu, its cry can be heard.
Chase is a common activity where the Pokémon will maneuver around the area. During the tag race, Pikachu will need to catch up and "tag" the Pokémon using Pikachu's Quick Attack. Some Pokémon will leave traps that will slow down Pikachu.
Pokémon will sometimes offer quizzes where the player must answer correctly. The Pokémon will ask the same questions. After three consecutive correct answers, the Pokémon will allow you to advance through another part of the zone or befriend them.
The least common challenge is the Obstacle Hop. The Obstacle Hop is a series of platforms that Pikachu must jump on and reach the goal. The challenge must be completed within the 99 seconds time limit. If Pikachu falls off the platform, it will need to restart from the beginning with the timer still counting down.
Photography returns with Misdreavus running the system. The player can take screenshots, using the minus (-) button on the Wii remote, of the gameplay using the camera given by Misdreavus. If the player speaks to Misdreavus, the player can view the gallery, delete, or save the images to an SD card.
Pikachu's attacks can be powered-up in the Meeting Place by talking to Electabuzz, Ponyta, Bibarel, or Primeape to strengthen up Thunderbolt, Quick Attack, Pikachu's hit points, and Iron Tail, respectively. In order to power-up, the player must pay them a certain amount of berries.
Article: Poképark (Pikachu's Adventure)
Attractions are the main feature in PokéPark. There are fourteen attractions in total.
The game features a password system in which the player can unlock various items and make Pokémon appear in PokéPark. The passwords can be entered through the Password Selection in the main menu.
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