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Pokémon Mystery Dungeon: Gates to Infinity Animation Specials

By Kevin on Mar 25 2013 12:41 PM
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Check out these new Pokémon Mystery Dungeon: Gates to Infinity animations that have just been uploaded to the official Nintendo of America YouTube channel. The first of the two videos details the storyline that can be found within the Pokémon Mystery Dungeon: Gates to Infinity 3DS game. The second animation shows how the Magnagates — make-believe warp portals that can be discovered by using the built-in camera on the 3DS — work within the game.

Pokémon Mystery Dungeon: Gates to Infinity Animation Special Part 1


Pokémon Mystery Dungeon: Gates to Infinity Animation Special Part 2


Released in North America on Sunday, March 24th, Pokémon Mystery Dungeon: Gates to Infinity is now available in the Nintendo 3DS eShop and retail stores.


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I remember these trailers! A buddy of mine convinced me into trying my hand at translating the Japanese ones all the way back in November on another forum I frequent. Didn't do so well, to be honest. Still excited for this game.
Wow so awesome! ^_^
I saw the original Japanese trailers and was hoping for the English ones. I am glad that they are available. They are so cute. They look like they are higher quality than the current anime. :)
The Pokemon Black 2 and White 2 trailers were also of a higher animation quality. Possibly because Nintendo did the animation themselves, rather than OLM? I'm not really sure, but beyond the movies, I've never really seen any episode of the animated series look this stunning.
This game is based on a true story. You can always tell because it's so believable.

Or maybe because you want to believe it's true, haha! I know I do. It would be awesome to be a Pokémon in a world inhabited only by Pokémon. I want to be a Pikachu. ._.

You think it's actually the Dream World they're in?

Anyway, these are incredibly cute and beautifully animated shorts. I recognize the voice of that random Azumarill at the end of part 1, but I don't remember from what. I thought it was Hilary Haag's voice, but I'm not sure. The voice-acting was really enjoyable, they did a fantastic job. :)

Lastly, Magna Gates may have the unfortunate side effect of killing you. Please use them with caution. Don't go running toward one with a smile like the Pokémon in these videos. Pack supplies like oxygen tanks, food, and water before your journey.

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Wait a sec isn't "infinity" related to to time- well we've already got an "Explorers of time" so-no im not against it im just trying to make apoint but really i wanna c wat Game Freak has in store fr mee!

PastaFriend, on 26 March 2013 - 05:26 PM, said:

This game is based on a true story. You can always tell because it's so believable.

Or maybe because you want to believe it's true, haha! I know I do. It would be awesome to be a Pokémon in a world inhabited only by Pokémon. I want to be a Pikachu. ._.

You think it's actually the Dream World they're in?

Anyway, these are incredibly cute and beautifully animated shorts. I recognize the voice of that random Azumarill at the end of part 1, but I don't remember from what. I thought it was Hilary Haag's voice, but I'm not sure. The voice-acting was really enjoyable, they did a fantastic job. :)

Lastly, Magna Gates may have the unfortunate side effect of killing you. Please use them with caution. Don't go running toward one with a smile like the Pokémon in these videos. Pack supplies like oxygen tanks, food, and water before your journey.

This has been an important public service announcement from PastaFriend. We now return you to your regularly scheduled internet browsing.

Yeah I soooo wanna be a pokemon- make me a munchlax ora kecleon ora klingklang....out of those three i want opinions-no other pokemon please tell me by quoting me