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Pokemon Stadium 2 (N64)
Name: Pokemon Stadium 2 (N64)
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  • Description

    Doing battle is only half the fun. As any experienced Pokemon trainer will tell you, most of the magic comes in the collection and training of the elusive little beasts. Well, luckily this version of Pokemon Stadium boasts 249 monsters for your training pleasure. Of course, you can capture the monsters on your Game Boy console in a variety of separate cartridges (none of which are included), and then load them into the N64 game, but that's not a requirement. Either way, Pokemon Stadium 2 offers you plenty of organizational options for your fleet of fighters, as well as some important information on how best to train them. Enter the Academy or try out the PokeQuizes to see how knowledgeable you really are about this pop culture phenomenon, or just check out the four new tournament styles in which you can choose to fight your peers. Four players can battle it out in this comprehensive environment for young trainers.



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    how do you get lugia and hoho
    by ben 04 Jun 2008

    how do you get lugia and hoho and mew without unlocking 2nd round in prime cup

    HOW I CAN CHOOSE LUGIA
    by RENATTO 04 Jun 2008

    HOW I CAN CHOOSE LUGIA, HO-OH, CELEBI OR MEW.
    PLEASE LET ME KNOW.
    RENATTO

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    by Nate Hoke 22 May 2008

    how to defeat the final elite 4 trainer at earls pokemon academy.
    pick Eggsecutor, Houndoom and Jumpluff. simple huh

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    by pokemaster 22 May 2008

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    The Pokémon universe has expanded with the Gold and Silver versions—and now it's time
     to take the battle to your TV! Transfer 249 Pokémon from the Red, Blue, Yellow, Gold and Silver versions. All-new challenge battle mode! See how you stand up in battle when three new Pokémon are thrown at you. 12 all-new mini-games! Try Hitmontop's Rapid Spin attack to bump your opponents out of the arena in Topsy-Turvy. Bounce the most Poké Balls into your own area in Furret's Frolic. Or charge up more energy than anyone else in Pichu's Power Plant. Set your strategy, then stand back while your Pokémon battle it out in the N64 arena.See the Pokémon you've trained—fully rendered in 3-D and ready for battle! 

    Pokmon Stadium 2 stars 249 Pokmon from Gold, Silver, Yellow, Red and Blue. See the Pokemon you've trainedfully rendered in 3-D and ready for battle! All-new cups, incredibly shrewd Gym Leaders and a dozen fun-filled minigames are just some of the new features in this jumbo-sized sequel to the top console game of 2000. You can have Professor Oak check out your Pokdex in his Pokmon Lab, play your Game Boy Pokmon in GB Tower, and go head-to-head against friends in a Free Battle in which you set the rules.

    Pokmon Stadium 2 hosts four major tournaments. The Pok Cup is for Level 50-55 Pokmon and the Prime Cup is for any Pokmon. The toughest tests of your skills may come in the Little Cup, which is restricted to up to Level 5; and Challenge Cup, in which youre given a preselected team and dared to do your best. Are you up to the challenge? 

    Earls Pokmon Academy provides in-depth instructions on Pokmon training, team balancing, battle strategies, items and much, much more. The academys library is your one-stop source for detailed info and stats on all Pokmon, moves, items, evolutions, type match-ups, controls and egg groups.

    Pokmon Stadium 2 boasts enhanced links with Pokmon Gold or Silver. You can check out how your room from Pokmon Gold or Silver looks in 3-D, swap gifts with the girl in the Goldenrod City Department Store and earn exclusive TMs, which you can then transfer to your Game Boy Pokmon game! 

    Boasting tons of new features, cutting-edge graphics and unsurpassed sound, Pokmon Stadium 
    2 is a must-have for all Pokmon fans!

    Unlock GB Tower Secrets 

    To get your Gameboy games to play at a higher speed at Game Boy Tower, defeat either Gym Leader Castle or all Stadium Cups in Round One. This will give you the Doduo sticker for GB Tower, allowing you to play Gold and Silver at double speed. If you beat the Castle or Stadium Cups in Round Two, the Dodrio GB Tower will be unlocked, allowing you to play the Gameboy games at Hyper Speed. 

    New Start-up Screen

    Beat all of the cups in Stadium mode and you'll unlock a special title screen. Do it again in Round Two, and you'll see yet another start-up. 

    Fight Your Rival 

    Once you beat all of the Cups in Stadium Mode and all of the trainers in Gym Leader Castle, you will unlock a special Rival Cup in the lower right corner of the main map. Click on it to take your team against the mega-tough trio of Mewtwo, Ho-oh and Lugia. 

    Get Rare Pokemon 
    Beating the Rival Cup the first time will yield a rare Farfetch'd Pokemon with Baton Pass. The second time you beat the Rival Cup (Round 2), you'll be granted a Gligar with the Earthquake move. Both of these moves are not normally learned by these Pokemon, making them super useful and very rare.