Pokémon Ranger: Guardian Signs, the third instalment of the action-packed Pokémon Ranger Series, comes to Europe for the Nintendo DS family of consoles, later this week on 5th November.
Take on the role of a Pokémon Ranger tasked with protecting the local people and wild Pokémon of the new region Oblivia from the nasty Pokémon Pinchers with the help of your partner, Ukulele Pichu. To stop the count down to the end of the world and counter the Pokémon Pinchers’ evil plans, join forces with the Legendary Pokémon and take the battle to the sky, land or water.
Capture and befriend Pokémon by circling them with the Capture Styler on the Nintendo DS Touch Screen and combine forces using their field move special abilities to help you solve problem such as stopping fire to spread or getting over obstacles for examples. For the first time in the series, you can call Pokémon to your aid by drawing their Ranger Sign on the Nintendo DS Touch Screen. There are many Pokémon available to support you, as well as a number of Legendary Pokémon, including Raikou, Entei and Suicune.
As a Pokémon Ranger, your day will be packed full of Missions, dynamic tasks and puzzle-solving challenges using the powers of the Pokémon. You can also enjoy the Wireless Multiplayer Missions with up to three other Pokémon Rangers by using the Nintendo DS Local Wireless Connection. From 5th November two Special Missions,“Protect the Blue Sphere” and“Deoxys and the Odd Temple” will be available for a limited time via the Nintendo Wi-Fi Connection. You will encounter exclusive Pokémon there that you can even transfer to your copy of Pokémon Diamond Version, Pokémon Pearl Version, Pokémon Platinum Version Pokémon HeartGold Version and Pokémon SoulSilver Version.
There is something for everyone in the third instalment of Pokémon Ranger Series– make sure you look out for Pokémon Ranger: Guardian Signs later this week on 5th November.
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