Poképark Wii: Pikachu's Adventure is an already great game. And Poképark 2 is even better!
Here's a list of differences between the original and the sequel.
- In Poképark 1, the game focuses around restoring a magical artifact called the "Sky Prism". In Poképark 2, the narrator said something about the local Pokemon going missing. So I'm assuming that you have to go find them.
- Poképark 2 is muiltiplayer.
- In Poképark 1 you can only play as Pikachu in adventure mode. In Poképark 2 you can play as: Pikachu, Tepig, Oshuwatt, and Snivy.
- Poképark 2 allows the player to play in two parks: the Poképark and the mystical Wish Park. While in the original, your only allowed to dwell in the Poképark.
- Poképark 2 has Pokemon from both original and Unova generations.
- Poképark 2 allows you to switch characters in the middle of a mini game anytime you want.
- Poképark 2 has (from what I seen) more danger. In a teaser trailer, Pikachu, Oshuwatt and Piplup were seen running for their lives and a pair a floating arms was chasing them and nearly squashed Oshuwatt (but Oshuwatt somehow managed to escape unharmed).
Here's a list of known actions Pikachu and his friends can do.
- Thunderbolt - A shocking attack. Electrocute enemies with hundreds of bolts of lightning! Charge up machines! <Pikachu only>
- Quick Attack - An attack involving speed and running. Run at amazingly fast speed! <Pikachu only>
- Carry - Lift small Pokemon and small items and carry them over any desired distance. <Pikachu only>
- Flame Charge - Ram into cracked objects to break them! <Tepig only>
- Water Gun - A watery attack. Water Gun packs enough force to push even the mighty Ursaring (a Pokemon as heavy as a sumo but more in shape)! <Oshuwatt only>
- Swim - Back stroke in deep bodies of water! <Oshuwatt only>
- Leaf Tornado - Increase the height of your jumps with a Leaf Tornado! <Snivy only>
- Jump - Leap to reach an elevated platform! <shared>
- Run - Fitness counts! run at fast speed (Quick attack is faster though)!
- Interact -Talk to other Pokemon. Pull switches. <shared>
NOTE: this product is not purchasable until Feb. 27 2012.