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Pokémon Mystery Dungeon: Gates to Infinity releases to North America on March 24
It will be the first Mystery Dungeon 3DS game to release in the States, and hopefully won’t be the last — I’m still disappointed that Mystery Dungeon: Shiren the Wanderer 5  (on DS) never made it outside of Japan.
Along with online multiplayer, this Pokemon dungeon-crawler features a new gimmick:


"Players can gain access to additional Mystery Dungeons through ‘Magnagates’. To open the Magnagates, players scan circular objects in the real world using the Nintendo 3DS Camera, allowing them to continue their adventure, even after they have completed the main Mystery Dungeons."


The image above, by the way, isn’t from Gates to Infinity (the starters this time around are Pikachu, Snivy, Tepig, Oshawott, and Axew) — it’s just some awesome art I found in birdman@jupiter’s gallery, which has so many beautiful Pokemon pieces.
BUY: Pokemon Mystery Dungeon games, Pokemon B/W Version 2

Pokémon Mystery Dungeon: Gates to Infinity releases to North America on March 24

It will be the first Mystery Dungeon 3DS game to release in the States, and hopefully won’t be the last — I’m still disappointed that Mystery Dungeon: Shiren the Wanderer 5  (on DS) never made it outside of Japan.

Along with online multiplayer, this Pokemon dungeon-crawler features a new gimmick:

"Players can gain access to additional Mystery Dungeons through ‘Magnagates’. To open the Magnagates, players scan circular objects in the real world using the Nintendo 3DS Camera, allowing them to continue their adventure, even after they have completed the main Mystery Dungeons."

The image above, by the way, isn’t from Gates to Infinity (the starters this time around are Pikachu, Snivy, Tepig, Oshawott, and Axew) — it’s just some awesome art I found in birdman@jupiter’s gallery, which has so many beautiful Pokemon pieces.

BUY: Pokemon Mystery Dungeon games, Pokemon B/W Version 2

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