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Pokemon Stadium 2

by Nintendo
Nintendo 64
Everyone
4.4 out of 5 stars  See all reviews (97 customer reviews) 78 / 100

Price: $298.99
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  • ASIN: B000058BCU
  • Product Dimensions: 8 x 4 x 10 inches ; 5 ounces
  • Media: Video Game
  • Average Customer Review: 4.4 out of 5 stars  See all reviews (97 customer reviews)
  • Amazon Best Sellers Rank: #5,697 in Video Games (See Top 100 in Video Games)
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GAME CART ONLY. Means without case, booklet, Nothing else. GAME ONLY but in very good condition. Fast Shipping, buy with confidence & thanks for looking

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What can you expect from the sequel to one of the favorite Nintendo 64 games of 2000? A lot. Pokémon Stadium 2 comes with four new tournaments, 12 new minigames, and lots of fun extras, like special Pokéquizzes to test your level of mastery. And you're sure to find your favorite monsters, because--gulp!--249 Pokémon are present in the game. As in Pokémon Stadium, you can train and battle your monsters, as well as transfer them (via the separately sold Transfer Pak) from your favorite Game Boy titles--including the newer Gold and Silver editions of the game.

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28 of 28 people found the following review helpful
5.0 out of 5 stars ...and I'm in college and love this game... April 1, 2001
By "wynds"
I found out about Pokemon characters in another Nintendo game, Super Smash Brothers. I spent many hours annoying friends with Piakchu's battle cry and shortly after rented Pokemon Stadium. I loved the game play in it and a friend and I spent many hours in front of the tv hooting and hollering at each other in the midst of battle.
The other day, Pokemon Stadium 2 hit the shelves and I debated about renting it, said what the heck and just bought it. After investing my money it, I came home, showed it to a few people in the dorm and shortly had three or four people in my room. We had back seat battlers calling out commands to the people with controllers and people wandering in to see what was going on. One of the nice things about the game is the ability for 4 controllers to be used. I was curious how they were going to do this and found out it's in the free battle arena. Each person chooses 6 Pokemon and then right before the battle begins you choose 3 each and then switch between trainers in battle, a bit like a tag team.
About half of the game is one player and the rest of it is in two -four player mode.
I'm still working my way through the gyms and, yes, they do get harder as you move along. I've been frustrated by some of the higher trainers more than once.
The "battle now" idea they have is very good. If you and a friend want to sit down and have a quick little go between the two of you this is a good way to go. It is right there on the main screen and you click on it and the system randomly picks 6 Pokemon for you to battle with, this can be done in one or two player mode.
The little mini-games are so cute. If you pay attention to your own screen, un-like I did the first time, you should do well.
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18 of 18 people found the following review helpful
5.0 out of 5 stars Pokémon Stadium 2! Better than 1! July 31, 2001
This is a great game. In Pokémon Stadium 2, there are a lot of changes and a lot of updates. In GB Tower, you can play your Red, Blue, Yellow, Gold, Silver or Crystal. There are 12 new mini games, new Gym Leaders for Gym Leader Castle, and my personal favorite feature, Mystery Gift. On the Main Menu there is a button that says 'Mystery Gift'. What this does is lets you do Mystery Gift with a girl every day. This is good if you want to get new items to make your '3D Room' look cool in White City, get new items, dolls, beds, consoles and more. My cousin and I like to make fun of the girl there. For example, I did Mystery Gift with the girl, I got PSNCUREBERRY when she got an N64. Not fair right? Like I mentioned before, there is a feature that let's you see your room in 3D. Very detailed! You can see the stiches in the Charmander doll, you can see the console with all the details, see you posters and more! I highly recommend this game for people who like Pokémon!
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61 of 72 people found the following review helpful
5.0 out of 5 stars The most outrageous arcade smash is ready for action! January 23, 2001
Once I get this outrageous title, I will use the old pokemon characters (i.e. Red, Blue, or Yellow) to play through the entire game. However, don't take this game on until you beat the original Pokemon Stadium in both Rounds 1 and 2. You thought it was enough. Think again! The battles are not over! You have 2 more rounds to face in this upcoming adventure. You get to pick from 4 tournaments:
Little Cup=Level 5 or lower.
Nintendo Cup=Level 50-55.
Challenge Cup=Pika, Petit, Poke, and Prime Cups.
Ultra Cup=Pokemon up to Level 100.
You might think this is the same as the original, but don't worry! You'll get to meet new characters (i.e. Chikorita, Cyndaquil, Totodile, etc.). See ya!
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44 of 54 people found the following review helpful
5.0 out of 5 stars Pokemon Stadium 2 is the best, in my opinion March 17, 2001
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Pokemon Stadium 2 is, in 1 absolutely honest word, GREAT. Absolutely great. The Academy is wonderful, letting you look at lectures and take Poke-Quizzes and test-battle against other student trainers. The battles are a bit more physical, as the Pokemon actually attack each other now. There are 3 levels in the Academy: 1. Pokemon Trainer 2. Pokemon Gym Leader 3. Pokemon Elite Four The test battles are on your knowledge of Pokemon, and give you an already-chosen team of 6 Pokemon. You have to choose the right 3 Pokemon to qualify and earn a star for that trainer. If you earn 3 stars, and pass the Poke-Quiz, you get a medal and qualify for the next level.
The mini-games are as follows: 1. Gutsy Golbat, in which you are a Golbat that flies around, trying to eat hearts and trying to Tackle the hearts out of the other Golbats, while avoiding Magnemites. It gets really confusing, so not a real good game, in my opinion. 2. Barrier Ball, a 4-player Pong-type game in which Mr. Mimes creates a Barrier and bounces around Poke Balls. If you score, +1 point. If you get scored on, -1 point. It's pretty fun. 3. Clear-Cut Challenge, my personal favorite. YOu are either a Scyther or a Pinsir, waiting to try to cut a log as close as you can to the white line. If you cut above the line, though, you get minus points. Right on the line, 20 points. Come close, 10. Then 5, then 4, and so on. If you get on the line once, you are usually guaranteed a win.(I got 4 perfects out of 5 once.) 4. Topsy-Turvy, a Hitmontop game where you spin on your head inside a circle, then try to press A and use Rapid Spin and knock the other Hitmontop out of the circle. I'm not that good at it, but still a good game. 5. Furret's Frolic, a furret basketball-type game where Furrets try to Headbutt the Pokeballs into their goal.
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5.0 out of 5 stars a golden find!
this was very hard to find, and im glad I found it at such a great price! and it got here quick to. and im in Alaska!
Published 12 months ago by Nicholas Ira Morin
5.0 out of 5 stars I remember it to be a good game but the one I received had issues.
It was good but it was defective. I was pretty sad but they were good to return the item for me.
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