Go Beyond PokePark and Discover a Mysterious New World!
The imaginative fun of the Pokemon franchise grows with the PokePark 2: Wonders Beyond game. Play as one of four different Pokemon, and interact with many more, as Pikachu and his Pals explore PokePark and discover the secrets of a mysterious new world. Along the way, players can experience the fun of activities, battles, Attractions and more on their quest! Attractions can also be played in single or multiplayer mode.* With a wide variety of challenges the game offers nonstop adventure for Pokemon fans of all experience levels.
Step into PokePark and play as Pikachu, Oshawott, Snivy, and Tepig, each with their own unique abilities, and try to make it through PokePark to save the missing Pokemon!
Enter a world filled with many Pokemon to befriend. They might even help when its least expected.
Experience the fun with Attractions, activities, battles and even more. Enjoy Attractions in single or multiplayer mode.
Activities: Pikachu and his Pals can befriend other Pokemon by playing games such as Chase, Hide and Seek, and even mini battles.
Attractions: Play with up to four players using the Wii Remote controller. Attractions range from dancing to shooting and even flying through space in a race around the stars.
Battles: Engage in intense battles against powerful Pokemon.
PokePark 2: Wonders Beyond has no review on Wii's World.
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