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Pokémon Stadium 2

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Pokémon Stadium 2
ポケモンスタジアム 金銀
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Developer(s): Nintendo, HAL Laboratory
Publisher(s): Nintendo
Platform: Nintendo 64
Category: Battle simulation
Players: 1-4
Predecessor: Pokémon Stadium
Successor: Pokémon Colosseum
Release dates
N. America: March 28, 2001
Japan: December 14, 2000
Europe: October 19, 2001
Australia: 2001
S. Korea: N/A
PEGI: 3+
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Pokémon Stadium 2 is a Pokémon series game allowing players to battle with Pokémon on the Nintendo 64 in 3D stadiums, like previous games in the Pokémon Stadium series, but introducing the new Pokémon from Pokémon Gold and Silver Versions (and Pokémon Crystal Version).




A successor to the original Pokémon Stadium (international), which features all the Pokémon introduced in Pokémon Gold and Silver Versions (known in the Pokémon community as the Generation II Pokémon) and new features.


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Using the Transfer Pak, like previous Stadium games, the player can upload teams from Pokémon Gold and Silver Versions, as well as Pokémon Crystal Version to use in-game. There are also, like the previous game, gift Pokémon to download on to the Game Boy Color game.

Exclusive to Japanese versions of Pokémon Crystal that used the Mobile System GB, players could communicate with Crystal to:

  • Record battles that can be replayed on Pokémon Stadium 2, or challenge the team in the video.
  • Content pertaining to Pokémon tournaments in Japan could be purchased for 10 yen each.
  • Obtain Battle Data including new "Battle Rules".

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