Pokemon Mystery Dungeon: Gates to Infinity Available Today in Stores and to
Download from the Nintendo eShop for Nintendo 3DS!
LONDON, UNITED KINGDOM -- (Marketwired) -- 05/22/13 -- Launching
across Europe today, Pokemon Mystery Dungeon: Gates to Infinity for
the Nintendo 3DS system is unlike other Pokemon games in many ways.
You enter an amazing world populated only by Pokemon, where Pokemon
speak, build towns, and go on incredible adventures. You play as a
Pokemon, and most of your time will be spent in vast dungeons full of
Pokemon! You will encounter many dangerous Pokemon, but there are
many rewards to find and friends to make for dedicated explorers.
Each dungeon is randomly created every time you enter, meaning you'll
never take a trip through the same map twice!
All new to this Mystery Dungeon title is the Magnagate feature, which
introduces a new way to discover amazing locations wherever you go.
Magnagates are gates into dungeons that you'll find everywhere you
look in the real world. Activate the "Discover a Magnagate!" function
and point the Nintendo 3DS camera at any round object, and you might
locate an entrance to a Mystery Dungeon. And in multiplayer mode, you
can join up with people nearby who are also playing Pokemon Mystery
Dungeon: Gates to Infinity to explore and battle through dungeons
To supplement the main adventure, additional dungeons are available
for purchase as downloadable content. Until June 20th, the first of
these dungeons, Poke Forest, will be available for free. Once you've
acquired downloadable content, tap the DLC button on the main menu or
visit the DLC Guide in Post Town to play these new dungeons.(i)
Pokemon Mystery Dungeon: Gates to Infinity launched across Europe on
May 17th. Available at retailers, and also for download at the
Nintendo eShop for Nintendo 3DS.
(i)To download these dungeons, you'll need a Nintendo 3DS system that
is connected to the Internet and a sufficient balance on your
Nintendo eShop account. Your Nintendo eShop balance can be charged
using a credit card or a Nintendo 3DS Prepaid Card. This downloadable
content is optional-you don't need any additional content to complete
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