Twenty years ago today, on December 14, 2000, Pokemon Stadium 2 was released for the Nintendo 64 in Japan.
It was actually known as Pokemon Stadium Gold & Silver It was the third entry in the series in Japan – Pokemon’s home country hosted a total of three stadium games. The first trio never reached the west coast. The game arrived in Europe and North America the following year under the new title “Pokemon Stadium 2”. This reflects the fact that this is the second game released in the West.
In this game, players can fight their favorite monsters in 3D on TV, and all 251 Pokemon of the first two generations of the series are supported. With the N64 TransferPak controller accessory, you can also take advantage of the Pokemon (Pokemon Red and Blue, Yellow, Gold and Silver, Crystal) caught in Game Boy games to take them to new heights on the big screen.
It’s a free battle mode where you can fight as much as you want, a gym leader castle challenge to see you fight tough enemies, an academy that teaches you everything you need to know about fighting, and a great mini-game Offers a choice It can be played for fun or competitively.
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