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Pokémon Battle Revolution

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Players can fully customize their {{pkmn|Trainer}} to use on Nintendo Wi-Fi Connection. Players can customize their [[Model|characters]] with hats, shirts, glasses, and other things. Additionally, for the U.S. release, Nintendo had added the option to customize a Trainer’s skin pigmentation. A key difference from this game compared to the Stadium titles is that minigames are absent from this game. A Trainer can choose 6 Pokémon and get a Rental Pass; however, if [[Pokémon Diamond and Pearl Versions|Pokémon Diamond, Pearl]], {{v2|Platinum}}, [[Pokémon HeartGold and SoulSilver Versions|HeartGold, or SoulSilver]] is connected, a player can upload their trained Pokémon and get a [[Custom Pass]].
 
Key differences from other Pokémon console games shown are that the Pokémon can now actually strike at the opponent physically while both Pokémon are rendered on the screen, instead of seeing one {{OBP|Pokémon|species}} attacking and then cutting away to the second getting hit by the attack as in previous titles. Moves that do not contact, however, followfollowing the same style as the older games to keep the pace of gameplay up. When an attack that strikes more than one Pokémon is performed, it may hit two of them on screen simultaneously, instead of showing it as the attack striking one Pokémon first then the second Pokémon next. The game also features a 100-Trainer battle when it is completed for the first time.
 
Like the two Stadium games, Pokémon Battle Revolution features an announcer that provides play-by-play commentary.
 
==Blurb==
BRING YOUR BATTLE TO THE BIG SCREEN!<br>Grab a Battle Pass, customise your Trainer and battle your way to the rank of [[Pokétopia]] Master! Or, battle against up to three friends with Pokémon Diamond or Pokémon Pearl using your Nintendo DS system as a controller!
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