The mascot of Pokémon, Pikachu is getting its own game…. again. Even though Pikachu is the main character of the game, this game is not the sequel to Hey, Hey Pikachu and Pokémon Channel.
The main plot of the game is Pikachu is invited to an adventure park called PokéPark (How original…) by the Legendary Pokémon, Mew. Here at the PokéPark, Pikachu has to locate pieces belonging to the Sky Prism to save to the day.
In the PokéPark, Pikachu has varies attractions to visit and participate in Skill and Action games. In action games, Pikachu can call other Pokémon to help Pikachu play the game and help obtain a piece of the Sky Prism. While in skill games, the player has control over Pikachu’s attacks and movement to obtain a piece of the Sky Prism or tp defeat other Pokémon to use in the action games.
Players use the Wii Remote to navigate around the PokéPark by holding the Wii Remote horizontally, while different actions with the Wii Remote allows the player to navigate in both Skill and Action games.
A feature in the game is to take photos during the course of the game and these photos are able to be stored in the SD Card, like other games.
PokéPark Wii: Pikachu’s Adventure is due to be release on the Wii, during the Holidays this year.