The European version of Pokemon Mystery Dungeon: Gates to Infinity have three new DLC’s available for download starting today. They feature a dungeon full of friendly Tepig just waiting to join your team, a road full of donuts, and a 60 floor endurance test against some of the strongest Pokemon around.
For those of you who live in Europe, the demo of Pokémon Mystery Dungeon: Gates to Infinity has gone live on the Nintendo eShop and is now available to download. At long last, Europeans fans can now get the chance to experience the new installment to the Mystery Dungeon series. Like the American demo, this is 45 minutes long where if you keep your progress, you can transfer what you have done and continue your story once you have purchased the full version of the game that launches very soon!
Pokémon Mystery Dungeon: Gates to Infinity launches across Europe on the 17th of May and can be purchased physically and digitally, so either way be sure to grab your copy when it comes out. In the meantime why not play the demo and prepare yourself for the adventure ahead of you?
As before with the Twitter and Victini V-Spin Passwords, to use these passwords, select “Wonder Mail” from the start menu, then enter the passwords for free items you can use in game. See all six new Passwords after the jump!
If you have a 3DS XL that you haven’t registered (or registered it on or after the 14th of February) and own Pokemon Mystery Dungeon: Gates to Infinity or Luigi’s Mansion: Dark Moon, all you need to do is register your device as well as your game with Club Nintendo to get a free game download. You can choose between several available titles: Super Mario 3D Land, StarFox 64, Professor Layton and the Miracle Mask, Art Academy: Lessons for Everyone, and Freaky Forms Deluxe.
If that’s not enough for you, there is more: The official Pokemon Mystery Dungeon: Gates to infinity website also now features a new game starring Victini. You can play as several Pokemon, and get a different password for beating the game with each of them. It’s a pretty straightforward and fun little game, but can get difficult if luck is not on your side.
However, if you don’t want to go through all the trouble of getting all the passwords yourself and just want to get back to playing Gates of Infinity, you’re in luck because we have all the passwords here in one convent place. Take the jump to get more free stuff!
Nintendo’s official YouTube channel has released the dubbed versions of the Pokemon Mystery Dungeon: Gates to Infinity animated shorts. If you haven’t seen them before it consist of two animated shorts featuring Oshawott as the player character, and a Pikachu as his partner along with several other Pokemon NPCs featured in the games.
They were released in Japan to promote the newly released game in November, but an official English translated version had not been released until now. The animation is really beautiful, watch both videos after the jump!
The release of Pokemon Mystery Dungeon: Gates to Infinity is fast approaching! The demo has been available for awhile now so many fans have already started their newest PMD adventure, though there is one feature that I’ve heard many people are sad to find gone: The personality quiz at the beginning of the game. While the choices are much more limited- only the Unova Starters as well as Pikachu and Axew, you now have complete control of who you are. This actually isn’t the first time that you’ve been able to choose your character, that honor goes to the WiiWare Pokemon Mystery Dungeon titles that were never released outside of Japan.
Ironically, I remember when the first installments in the series were released, Red Rescue Team and Blue Rescue Team, many of the Pokemon fans I knew didn’t like the test, and thought that you should be able to choose whoever you wanted.
We are expecting some new information on X and Y within the next week, so keep an eye out on Pokemon Dungeon for all the latest news on Generation VI! In the meantime though, you can keep yourself occupied with a different kind of Pokemon Dungeon courtesy of the Nintendo eShop.
The newest installment of the acclaimed Pokemon Mystery Dungeon series: Gates to Infinity now has a 45 minute playable demo available in the Nintendo eShop which you can download for free it right now by scanning this QR code with your Nintendo 3DS camera. The best part is that when you pick up the complete game on March 24th for North America you can start off right where you left off in the demo!
With all the excitement of the X and Y announcement, it’s easy to forget that a brand new Pokemon game is coming out on March 24th. Gates to Infinity is the most recent installment in the Mystery Dungeon series and has been out since last November in Japan. Nintendo has released a lot of DLC for this game, which it’s looking like we will be receiving as well with the announcement of the first international downloadable content. Poke Forest is a great way to get a head start in Gates of Infinity, as the entire dungeon is full of gold.
The best part? Earlier adopters will be able to download it free until April 30th, after which you will have to pay $2.00 to add it to your game.