My Pokemon Ranch

Published by Nintendo, Developed by Ambrella

Genres: Simulation

US release date: Jun 9th, 2008 | EU release date: Jul 4th, 2008

Price: 1000 points

My Pokemon Ranch

The Pokemon phenomenon debuts on WiiWare with My Pokemon Ranch, a game that lets you watch as Pokemon and Miis interact with each other for the first time. Enjoy the relaxing ranch life by viewing your ranch and its Pokemon, taking pictures and sending those pictures to your friends via the Wii Message Board. The more Pokemon and Miis you bring to your ranch, the more fun it becomes.

My Pokemon Ranch can be linked with the Nintendo DS Pokemon Diamond and Pokemon Pearl Game Cards to deposit the Pokemon you've caught in these games in your ranch. You can deposit a maximum of 1,000 Pokemon from up to eight different game cards. Make your ranch livelier by playing with your friends and family.

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insultman911 said:

Recommended. Good game, but it's just like an interactive pc. Like in diamond and pearl where you store your Pokemon, except you get to do things with them.


insultman911 said:

Actually, if you like actual gameplay, this is not the best game to get. All you really do is get pokemon and sit around and watch.


doglover said:

It makes me think of the Daycare from the Pokemon games.


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Master Foot said:

Must kill pokemon.


Blahman said:

Don't really get to do much on the game, but a great storage system. Plus, it helps you complete your Pokedex.

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thiagojorge said:

nao presta

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