In this innovative game, players can upload Pokemon from their Game Boy Advance games Pokemon Ruby and Pokemon Sapphire, and battle against friends on their televisions through Nintendo GameCube. With a collection of arenas to choose from, players can enter their Pokemon in a tournament or battle it out in four-player multi-battles, making each experience unlike the last. Players can also join with a friend to combine strengths in new two-on-two battles and demonstrate their Pokemon prowess as a team.
A follow-up to the highly popular Pokimon Stadium and Pokimon Stadium 2 games for Nintendo 64, Pokimon Colosseum continues the fun and excitement in collecting a whole new batch of Pokimon characters.
Completely compatible with Pokemon Ruby and Pokemon Sapphire, players can battle with more than 200 Pokemon from the two games on their Nintendo GameCube. Players simply insert their Pokemon Ruby or Pokeimon Sapphire game into the Game Boy Advance, connect to a Nintendo GameCube via the Nintendo GameCube Game Boy Advance cable, and Pokemon appear in Pokemon Colosseum!
Up to four players, each with a Game Boy Advance system, can connect to Nintendo GameCube and battle their Pokemon against each other. Pokemon Masters must overpower the competition in various tournaments to become the best Pokemon trainer ever.
Very repetitive boring gameplay. Poke on was cool 15years ago and it is no longer intersecting, the game is poor with no voice acting and waiting between turns is painful. Stick to you old gameboy games, much better.