Pokémon enthusiasts from a particular era now have a fantastic reason to celebrate. While the much-hoped-for full remake or Switch port of Pokémon Red/Blue games isn’t happening, there’s still cause for joy.
In a recent Pokémon Presents event, a delightful announcement was made: Pokémon Stadium 2 and Pokémon Trading Card Game are officially joining the lineup of Nintendo Switch Online.
Pokémon Trading Card Game:
Journeying back to the year 2000, this captivating game debuted on the Game Boy Color. It was a pioneering venture, translating Pokémon’s tangible trading card game (commonly known as Pokémon TCG) into a video game format. You can also check out the tweet given below-
Pokemon Trading Card Game, Pokemon Stadium 2 coming to Switch Online today pic.twitter.com/IhNgzdACnP
— Wario64 (@Wario64) August 8, 2023
Within this release, 226 cards were featured, drawing from the initial three sets of the real-world TCG. Among them were cards exclusive to the video game. Once upon a time, friends engaged in head-to-head matches through the Game Boy link cable. Today, for those seeking modern multiplayer experiences, Pokémon Trading Card Game Live, an online rendition of the TCG, emerged in June of this year.
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Pokémon Stadium 2:
Making its way to Nintendo Switch Online, Pokémon Stadium 2 continues the saga. Unlike the story-rich mainline Pokémon games, the Pokémon Stadium series focuses squarely on battles.
Players find themselves immersed in a sequence of electrifying poké-battles, as they conquer gym leaders, seize champion cups, and progressively unlock fiercer challenges. And the fun doesn’t stop there! For moments of levity, Pokémon Stadium 2 boasts engaging Mario Party-style mini-games, perfect for amusing interludes with your trusty partner ‘mons.
Personally, I recollect that during my interactions with PS2 (and no, I’m not referring to the PlayStation 2), my preference leaned towards these mini-games rather than the combat itself.
During the recent presentation, Nintendo unveiled an exciting twist: the two iconic classics are available on the subscription service right after the showcase. This means eager players can dive right into these cherished titles without delay.
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