“Please note you cannot transfer Pokémon from Game Boy™ titles in this version.”
Take it from Nintendo’s press release on this timeless classic:
“In Pokémon Stadium, you can battle it out solo with your chosen team of six Pokémon across four tournaments in Stadium mode or run it back against Kanto’s elite Trainers in Gym Leader Castle. Winning in either of these modes will secure a spot for your champion team in Victory Palace, but completing both modes will unlock a final battle to challenge even the ultimate Trainer.
“Looking for some multiplayer free-form fun? Compete in no-holds-barred battles with friends in the 1-4 player Free Battle mode, or party it up with a collection of nine minigames in the Kids Club. It might be called the Kids Club, but even seasoned Trainers may feel the heat in the Sushi-Go-Round kitchen, or after reaching new heights in Magikarp’s Splash!”
On April 12th, the identical game will be released in Japan, titled Pokémon Stadium 2 there. It was a sequel to the original, which debuted in 1998 and was shown only in this area.
[トピックス] 4月12日より「NINTENDO 64 Nintendo Switch Online 」に『ポケモンスタジアム2』を追加。当時のゲーム誌「64DREAM」の記事情報も公開。
— 任天堂株式会社 (@Nintendo) April 4, 2023
Mario Party 3, Pokémon Stadium 2, 1080 Snowboarding, and Excitebike 64 are the remaining titles in Nintendo’s current batch of N64 NSO games. Harvest Moon 64 is also coming to Japan.
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