Pokémon Mystery Dungeon: Gates To Infinity launches here in the UK for 3DS on May 17th and will allow players to make their very own Pokémon Paradise.
Any Pokémon fan would love to create their very own Pokémon Paradise, a place where Pokémon can get on with their lives without having annoying trainers keep throwing Pokéballs at them. Well, in the latest Pokémon Mystery Dungeon game, it is now possible.
As players adventure in the mysterious dungeons, they will come across the materials needed to transform a desolate plain into a Pokémon Paradise of their own design. Players will be able to prepare the land, grow berries and seeds in the fields, train at the dojos, enjoy sub-games and even build facilities which are all run by the Pokémon themselves.
Facilities include Quagsire’s Assembly, which allows the player to arrange their team before they go dungeon exploring, Scraggy’s Savvy Moves, where Pokémon can forget or remember moves, Azumaril’s Request Board, where players can find and accept requests for help from other Pokémon, and Victini’s V-Wheel.
There is a mysterious wind that blows across the Pokémon world, known as the V-Wave. Each day, the V-Wave will have a different “type” and Pokémon of that type will gain an advantage on that day. Victini’s V-Wheel gives players a chance to change the V-Wave to any type they want.