My pokemon ranch US release June 9th

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  1. ultimatedra

    ultimatedra New Member

  2. TheDarkTwins

    TheDarkTwins Active Member

  3. ultimatedra

    ultimatedra New Member

    but not yet on the nintendo web site.

    anyway, i will have a level 7 ranch tomorrow morning!
    (so far i had to get buneary,wooper,psyduck and tomorrow i have to get kricketune,chingling,and quagsire)

    ~Professor ultimatedra`
  4. PkmnManiac

    PkmnManiac New Member

    Just heard that if you leave pkmn on the Ranch and then erase the game they came from, you couldn't get them back. They should've made it like the Pkmn Box Ruby&Saphirre.
  5. revdjweb

    revdjweb New Member

    pokemon ranch

    how does one acquire wiiware without wi-fi? my daughter has a wii and badly wants the new pokemon ranch thingy but we do not currently have a wi fi connection. will pokemon ranch eventually be sold as an over the counter game?
  6. ColdCoates90

    ColdCoates90 Active Member

    Probably never. I'd just take the wii to someplace that had wifi and then buy it from there.
  7. The King Of Magikarps

    The King Of Magikarps Active Member

    They will never do that. So I'm afraid you are going to have to wait until you get wi-fi. Stay away from Verzion.
  8. ultimatedra

    ultimatedra New Member

    take it to a local library. they generaly have wifi.
  9. M_Liesik

    M_Liesik Master Trainer<br><font color=green><i>Keeper of t

    Assuming you have high speed internet (cable, DSL, etc.), you can buy the USB LAN adapter, which will let you hook up your Wii to the internet with an ethernet cable.

    I've used this item on the Wii systems here in the office before and it works like a charm, and is basically just plug and play. If you want to restrict your daughter's online access, just remove the adapter from the Wii and stash it somewhere that she can't get to/doesn't know about.

    Of course, depending on the location of your modem and the Wii, it may require some rearranging of the house to get everything set up (ah, the beauty of Wi-Fi), but once the game is downloaded you don't really need to connect to the internet for anything but showing off your Ranch to your friends.

    Hope this helps. :biggrin:
  10. ultimatedra

    ultimatedra New Member

    yep. the pokemon you send are linked to your traine ID and your SID.

    but this game still rocks. i will be level 8 (i think) tomorrow!

    ~Professor ultimatedra~
  11. ColdCoates90

    ColdCoates90 Active Member

    manaphy eggs? what?
  12. PkmnManiac

    PkmnManiac New Member

    He obviously has a Manaphy egg he never hatched from Ranger.
  13. ultimatedra

    ultimatedra New Member

    yup! i have a manaphy from toys'r'us so it worked out nicely

    ~Professor ultimatedra~
  14. Jran Sakarra

    Jran Sakarra New Member

    I just got it and it is fun to play with.
    My shiney EEVEE looks so cute!
  15. Epyon0015

    Epyon0015 New Member

    Hey I found this out

    Additionally, each day Hayley will give the player requests for certain Pokémon not in the player's Pokédex to be added to the ranch, along with clues on where to find them in Diamond and Pearl. It has also been confirmed that you can obtain a special Mew and Phione through a trade. Upon fulfilling these requests, the player will gain new items such as a bell that calls the Pokémon to the player. Hayley can also trade certain Pokémon she already has in her possession. Eventually, adding more Pokémon to the ranch unlocks new features to the game and expands the ranch.
  16. ultimatedra

    ultimatedra New Member

    AKA - he went to serebii
  17. OHB

    OHB Member

  18. EeveeLover

    EeveeLover Member Services Administrator

    Got my Ranch tonight, looks kinda fun. I will play it more tomorrow.
  19. charmander rox

    charmander rox New Member

    The graphics seem cute... yet very odd.
  20. SeiferA

    SeiferA New Member


    This "game" is not meant to be taken seriously. Like Pokemon Box for Gamecube, this is primarily meant as a
    storage utility device for those who have one too many pokemon in their boxes. The only difference is that
    this utility happens to be a bit more flashy.

    Suffice to say, it does it's role fairly well, especially with it allowing up to 1000 pokemon in it.

    ... though I'm almost sure Pokemon Box for the GC allowed 1500. But I disgress.

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