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June 7, 2014:
Sceptile and Swampert Mega Evolutions Revealed
Yet another password for Pokemon Mystery Dungeon: Gates to Infinity has been released. The password M676YKQN unlocks a Psychic Gift, which makes an unevolved Psychic Pokemon join your team.
Pokemon Mystery Dungeon: Gates to Infinity will release in Europe and Australia on May 17th and 18th, respectively. It has sold over 145,000 copies to date.
The final batch of downloadable dungeons are now available for Pokemon Mystery Dungeon: Gates to Infinity. The selection includes Axe Rock, Mount Tepid, Treat Road, and Strongest Trail.
Mount Tepid is filled with Tepigs to befriend and Fire Devices, which strengthen stats of Fire-type Pokemon. Treat Road is the only place to find Donuts in the game. Strongest Trail has the exclusive Persistence Crown, which boosts the holder’s Special Defense.
Use the password TY2XTMNP in Pokemon Mystery Dungeon: Gates to Infinity to unlock a Dragon Gift. Passwords can be entered in the Wonder Mail, accessible from the game’s main screen. The Dragon Gift can be used to automatically recruit a Dragon Pokemon to your team. Check out the list of current Gates to Infinity passwords if you’ve missed any.
More passwords have been revealed for Pokemon Mystery Dungeon: Gates to Infinity. To unlock these items, enter the following passwords into the Wonder Mail on the title screen. NPWRWH8Q unlocks a Blue Key, which can be used to open blue doors. 8W7TNK36 unlocks an Iron, which increases Defense.
Pokemon Mystery Dungeon: Gates to Infinity went on sale at the beginning of the week and passwords to unlock items are already being released. These passwords unlock a Gold Ribbon, Sitrus Berry, and PP Manual. All three items are very useful in the game, so be sure to make use of them.
Two new animated shorts are now featured on Pokemon TV to commemorate the release of Pokemon Mystery Dungeon: Gates to Infinity. They mimic the story found in the game, with a person turning into an Oshawott and finding himself in a world inhabited only by Pokemon. Each episode is only around 3 minutes long, so why not take a quick Pokemon break?
Pokemon Mystery Dungeon: Gates to Infinity is in stores now. It’s a game where every dungeon is randomized, so you’ll never explore the same dungeon twice.
The Pikachu 3DS XL is also out now. If you register Gates to Infinity and a Pikachu 3DS with Nintendo, you’ll get a free downloadable game. Not a bad deal.
A demo for Pokemon Mystery Dungeon: Gates to Infinity will be available March 7th on the 3DS eShop. If it’s like the Japanese demo, the first 45 minutes will be playable and the save from the demo will carry over to the full game. There hasn’t been confirmation of this yet, but it is likely.
Pokemon Mystery Dungeon: Gates to Infinity will release in Europe on May 17th, 2013. This is about one and a half months after the American release on March 24th.
Gates to Infinity marks the debut of the Pokemon Mystery Dungeon series on the 3DS. You can control one of five Pokemon as you explore over 20 dungeons for treasure. The 3DS camera can be used to unlock new dungeons by taking images of everyday items.
Nintendo has released a trailer for the latest Pokemon Mystery Dungeon game, Gates to Infinity. It shows playable Pokemon Snivy, Tepig, Oshawott, Pikachu, and Axew getting into battles while exploring dungeons. A few English location names that were recently leaked appear in the trailer. The game releases on March 24th in North America.