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    Quote Originally Posted by surfinrach90
    Okay so..n00b moment..

    1. What about the UK release date?
    2. So I can go buy one of the two pokemon games..train them up then when it comes out I can put those pokemon from the ds onto the wii and fight.. or something along those lines ya know..
    For the UK I dunno about the release date. However for the 2nd question you've got it perfectly right. However if you don't want to buy the DS games and the DS or DS Lite (assuming you don't have either which I don't) you can "rent" pokemon on the game itself to fight with against others. However according to IGN these pokemon are significantly weaker and you can't upgrade them or anything. So its strongly suggested that you use ur own pokemon in the game.

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    I told you guys Nintendo would officially announce their online gaming channel in March. I was kind of expecting them to launch it closer to March rather than June. So all we do now is wait. It's clear Sony rushed out Home to compete with Nintendo. Now let's see what they can offer in June.

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    This game has been out in Japan already for awhile now.
    And because of its DS interactivity, it uses its own unique friend code instead of your regular Wii address book (like Elebits does). I don't see this as being the Wii's final online mulitplayer system.

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    Very dissapointing. Nintendo has lost me as a customer.

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    may i ask why?
    PS3 now, sorry Wii. You gather dust.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Wii_BrEnDo2007
    may i ask why?
    You wanna hear.

    Nintendo has had years to plan online gaming. They know online gaming is important. And 7 months later they plan to release the first online enabled game that is laggy, requires friend codes, and to actually play the game and have a chance to compete against others. You have to buy the Pokemon DS game. I don't have a DS and I don't plan on getting one. If I did I would have to pay for the DS ($130.00), the Pokemon DS game ($34) and the actual Pokemon Wii game ($50). I spend over $200 to play a Wii game to the fullest extent, that is laggy, horrible friend system, no mic support. This is very dissapointing, very. Wi-fi games should of been in at launch not 7 months after launch. For god sakes I was playing CS back in 1998.

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    Quote Originally Posted by ZinGy
    Very dissapointing. Nintendo has lost me as a customer.
    Agreed.

    The game list is crap.
    They've mucked up again.

    Suppose they'll bring out a pile of crap gimick of a channel to pass the time.
    The SD cards are pointless, the wii can;t even recognise the saved data on an sd card instead it has to be saved to the wii.

    VC games are a mess there should be a channel to keep them tidy.

    Really soe of these things take as long as the voting channel took to make a day.

    Looks like my wii may be going on ebay when there's demand for it again.

    Pleased I bought a 360 now.

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    good to finally see a date, got to get a wii first..

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    Quote Originally Posted by ZinGy
    You wanna hear.

    Nintendo has had years to plan online gaming. They know online gaming is important. And 7 months later they plan to release the first online enabled game that is laggy, requires friend codes, and to actually play the game and have a chance to compete against others. You have to buy the Pokemon DS game. I don't have a DS and I don't plan on getting one. If I did I would have to pay for the DS ($130.00), the Pokemon DS game ($34) and the actual Pokemon Wii game ($50). I spend over $200 to play a Wii game to the fullest extent, that is laggy, horrible friend system, no mic support. This is very dissapointing, very. Wi-fi games should of been in at launch not 7 months after launch. For god sakes I was playing CS back in 1998.
    I agree but I'm willing to give them some more time. Hopefully it will improve. No one is perfect from the start. At least lets be glad they haven't gone Sony's route...All Nintendo needs to do is realize that not everyone is 10 yrs old.

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