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Pokemon Ranger II announced

by Celesi

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Hi everyone, I am Celesi and from now on I’ll be the new news-updater. I’ll try to bring to you the latest news and updates whether I can, so stay tuned.

As a debout of mine, I bring you some short info about the incoming game “Pokémon Ranger: Shadows of Almia” which as we know is the second addition to the “Pokémon Ranger”
series for the Nintendo DS. The official launch date for the US November 10, 2008.

The basic theme is the same as before: You become a Ranger, protect Nature, and help people and Pokémon in need using a variety of each Pokémon’s abilities to clear
obstacles in your way and so on.
The game controls are still based on the touch screen’s use, as you touch the ground to move, and draw circles to captivate wild Pokemon. The main goal is to become
from a Student Ranger, a Top Ranger, by advancing the game as you capture Pokémon and move on the storyline.
Also note that this is the first Pokemon Ranger game featuring Pokémon from the 4th Generation.

What makes the Pokémon Ranger series interesting, is the different style of Gameplay and the interesting and refreshing plot, which makes a sweet difference from
the Pokémon games we are all used to, so it is worth to be checked out~.

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