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''<small>This article covers the fourth sequel in the Pokémon Mystery Dungeon series. For other games or uses, see [[Pokémon Mystery Dungeon (disambiguation)]].</small>''
 
 
 
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{{gameinfobox
|Name = Pokémon Mystery Dungeon: Gates to Infinity
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|Name = Pokémon Mystery Dungeon: Gates to Infinity
|Picture = [[File:PMD_MIL_Boxart_JP.png]]
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|Picture = [[File:PMD_MIL_Boxart_JP.png]]
|publisher = Nintendo
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|publisher = Nintendo
|developer = Unknown
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|developer = Unknown
|category = Dungeon Crawler
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|category = Dungeon Crawler
|player# = Unknown
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|player# = Unknown
|ESRB = Unknown
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|ESRB = Unknown
|release-date-japan = November 23, 2012
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|release-date-japan = November 23, 2012
 
|release-date-north-america = March 24, 2013
 
|release-date-north-america = March 24, 2013
|release-date-europe = Unknown
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|release-date-europe = Unknown
|release-date-australia = Unknown
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|release-date-australia = Unknown
|release-date-korea = Unknown
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|release-date-korea = Unknown
|platform = Nintendo 3DS}}
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|platform = Nintendo 3DS
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'''''Pokemon Mystery Dungeon: Gates to Infinity''''' is the third sequel in the ''[[Pokémon Mystery Dungeon]]'' game series released in November 2012 in Japan. The release date for North America is set for March 24th, 2013, while other release dates are unknown. It was first announced to the public in the Japanese 'CoroCoro' magazine on September 12th, 2012. Not much is yet known about the game.
   
'''Pokemon Mystery Dungeon: Gates to Infinity''' is the third sequel in the [[Pokémon Mystery Dungeon]] game series released in November 2012 in Japan. The release date for North America is set for March 24th, 2013, while other release dates are unknown. It was first announced to the public in the Japanese 'CoroCoro' magazine on September 12th, 2012. Not much is yet known about the game.
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A major improvement introduced in ''Gates to Infinity'' is that the game will feature a full 3D world. All other games in the ''Pokémon Mystery Dungeon'' series so far have been 2D third-person games, so this improvement is quite dramatic.
   
A major improvement introduced in '''Gates to Infinity''' is that the game will feature a full 3D world. All other games in the [[Pokémon Mystery Dungeon]] series so far have been 2D third-person games, so this improvement is quite dramatic.
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== Confirmed Pokémon ==
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in each ''Mystery Dungeon'' game, a [[Pokémon]] is selected to be given to the player as their starter. Unlike the other handheld Mystery Dungeon games, you are able to choose your playable Pokemon from the start.
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* [[Axew]]
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* [[Klink]]
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* [[Oshawott]]
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* [[Pikachu]]
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* [[Roggenrola]]
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* [[Sewaddle]]
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* [[Snivy]]
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* [[Tepig]]
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* [[Timburr]]
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* [[Vanillite]]
   
==Confirmed Pokémon==
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== Confirmed Facts ==
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* The game features 144 recruitable Pokemon, many of which are from Generation V.
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* Will feature appearances from Virizion, Gurdurr, Hydreigon, Cofagrigus, Foongus, Cinccino, Dunsparce, Espeon, Umbreon, Excadrill, Rampardos, Pelipper and Kecleon.
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* You receive Quest Requests from [[Dunsparce]]&nbsp;and&nbsp;[[Cofagrigus]]. They will run a store (details unknown), [[Rampardos]] runs the Treasure Store and [[Kecleon]] will return with his usual Goods Store.
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* A "magnagate" is a type of portal in the game that teleports your team into different dungeons. However, you don't use your own Pokemon, instead having your team chosen for you. The dungeon you are teleported to is randomly selected.
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* You will be able to create new Magnagates by using an included AR feature and scanning circular things.
   
These are the '''currently confirmed''' [[Pokémon]] which you may have as starters. Unlike the other handheld Mystery
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== Gallery ==
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<gallery position="center" captionalign="center">
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CoroCoro Page 1.jpg|The first page mentioning Pokémon in the ''Corocoro'' magazine.
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CoroCoro Page 2.jpg|The second page mentioning Pokémon in the ''Corocoro'' magazine.
Dungeon games, you are able to choose your playable Pokemon from the start.
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CoroCoro Page 3.jpg|The third page mentioning Pokémon in the ''Corocoro'' magazine.
 
 
 
*[[Snivy]]
 
*[[Oshawott]]
 
*[[Tepig]]
 
*[[Pikachu]]
 
*[[Axew]]
 
*[[Timburr]]
 
*[[Vanillite]]
 
*[[Klink]]
 
*[[Roggenrola]]
 
*[[Sewaddle]]
 
 
==Confirmed Facts==
 
 
*The game features 144 recruitable Pokemon, many of which are from Generation V.
 
 
*Will feature appearances from Virizion, Gurdurr, Hydreigon, Cofagrigus, Foongus, Cinccino, Dunsparce, Espeon, Umbreon, Excadrill, Rampardos, Pelipper and Kecleon.
 
 
*You receive Quest Requests from [[Dunsparce]]&nbsp;and&nbsp;[[Cofagrigus]]. They will run a store (details unknown), [[Rampardos]] runs the Treasure Store and [[Kecleon]] will return with his usual Goods Store.
 
 
*A "magnagate" is a type of portal in the game that teleports your team into different dungeons. However, you don't use your own Pokemon, instead having your team chosen for you. The dungeon you are teleported to is randomly selected.
 
 
*You will be able to create new Magnagates by using an included AR feature and scanning circular things.
 
 
==Gallery==
 
 
<gallery position="center">
 
CoroCoro Page 1.jpg|The first page mentioning Pokémon in the Corocoro magazine.
 
CoroCoro Page 2.jpg|The second page mentioning Pokémon in the Corocoro magazine.
 
CoroCoro Page 3.jpg|The third page mentioning Pokémon in the Corocoro magazine.
 
 
Img pokemon 01.png|Pokemons
 
Img pokemon 01.png|Pokemons
 
</gallery>
 
</gallery>
   
==Videos==
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== Videos ==
 
 
[[File:【公式】『ポケモン不思議のダンジョン ~マグナゲートと∞迷宮~ 』PV|thumb|center|300px|Japanese Trailer (September 14, 2012)]]
 
[[File:【公式】『ポケモン不思議のダンジョン ~マグナゲートと∞迷宮~ 』PV|thumb|center|300px|Japanese Trailer (September 14, 2012)]]
   

Revision as of 20:30, February 20, 2013

Pokémon Mystery Dungeon: Gates to Infinity
File:PMD MIL Boxart JP.png
Game Information
Publisher Nintendo
Developer Unknown
Category Dungeon Crawler
Players Unknown
ESRB Unknown
Release Dates
Flag of Japan November 23, 2012
Flag of the United States March 24, 2013
Flag of Europe Unknown
Flag of Australia Unknown
Flag of South Korea Unknown
Other Info
Platform Nintendo 3DS

Pokemon Mystery Dungeon: Gates to Infinity is the third sequel in the Pokémon Mystery Dungeon game series released in November 2012 in Japan. The release date for North America is set for March 24th, 2013, while other release dates are unknown. It was first announced to the public in the Japanese 'CoroCoro' magazine on September 12th, 2012. Not much is yet known about the game.

A major improvement introduced in Gates to Infinity is that the game will feature a full 3D world. All other games in the Pokémon Mystery Dungeon series so far have been 2D third-person games, so this improvement is quite dramatic.

Confirmed Pokémon

in each Mystery Dungeon game, a Pokémon is selected to be given to the player as their starter. Unlike the other handheld Mystery Dungeon games, you are able to choose your playable Pokemon from the start.

Confirmed Facts

  • The game features 144 recruitable Pokemon, many of which are from Generation V.
  • Will feature appearances from Virizion, Gurdurr, Hydreigon, Cofagrigus, Foongus, Cinccino, Dunsparce, Espeon, Umbreon, Excadrill, Rampardos, Pelipper and Kecleon.
  • You receive Quest Requests from Dunsparce and Cofagrigus. They will run a store (details unknown), Rampardos runs the Treasure Store and Kecleon will return with his usual Goods Store.
  • A "magnagate" is a type of portal in the game that teleports your team into different dungeons. However, you don't use your own Pokemon, instead having your team chosen for you. The dungeon you are teleported to is randomly selected.
  • You will be able to create new Magnagates by using an included AR feature and scanning circular things.

Gallery

Videos

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