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Pokémon Battle Revolution (ポケモンバトルレボリューション Pokémon Batoru Reboryūshon) is the first game in the Pokémon series to appear on the Wii; incidentally, it was the first game on the Wii to connect to Nintendo Wi-Fi Connection, and to feature wireless connectivity between the Wii and the Nintendo DS system.
GameplayPokémon Battle Revolution plays out in a Pokémon theme park known as Pokétopia. Players must pass through ten colosseums to reach their goal of becoming the Pokétopia Master. These stadiums include new features, such as different play styles in which the order of Pokémon are randomized or you are forced to play with some of your opponent's Pokémon.
In Pokémon Battle Revolution, the currency is Poké Coupons, which can be gained by clearing a colosseum. Poké Coupons can then be used to buy rare Items, which can be transferred to the DS games, and clothing from the shop.
Players can customize their character by changing their apparel (known as Gear in Battle Revolution), skin color and changing their battle phrases.
Copying Pokémon allows the player to hook their DS up the Wii and copy Pokémon from the DS game to Battle Revolution. The copied Pokémon can then be used in free battles and some Colosseums. All Generation IV games (Diamond, Pearl and Platinum, HeartGold and SoulSilver) can be used in conjunction with Battle Revolution.
List of Colosseums
As stated above, there are 11 Colosseums in the game. Each Colosseum has a unique feature that sets it apart. Here is the list:
- Lagoon Colosseum (Only available in DS and Wi-Fi Battles)
- Gateway Colosseum
- Main Street Colosseum
- Waterfall Colosseum
- Crystal Colosseum
- Neon Colosseum
- Sunny Park Colosseum
- Sunset Colosseum
- Magma Colosseum
- Courtyard Colosseum
- Stargazer Colosseum