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These are rubbish games! The graphics are so behind their time and you should not play them, play a proper game with diagonal movements! Diagonal! I know the people who work on this game may not have heard of this word but it means a direction that is not just straight up, straight down, straight left or straight right.
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|players=1-4 players simultaneous
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|developer=[[Game Freak]]
|publisher=[[Nintendo]]<br>[[The Pokémon Company]]
|gen_series=[[Generation V]] [[version|main series]]
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|release_date_na=October 7, 2012<ref>[http://press.nintendo.com/articles.jsp?id=34106 Nintendo of America pressroom]</ref>
|release_date_au=October 11, 2012<ref>[http://www.nintendo.com.au/index.php?pageID=6&action=news&sectionID=1 Nintendo of Australia]</ref>
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|release_date_kr=November 8, 2012<ref>[http://b2w2.pokemonkorea.co.kr/main.html# Pokémon Korea]</ref>
|website_ja=[http://www.nintendo.co.jp/ds/irej/ Nintendo.co.jp]<br>[http://www.pokemon.co.jp/ex/b2w2/ Official site]
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'''Pokémon Black Version 2''' (Japanese: '''ポケットモンスター ブラック {{tt|2|ツー}}''' ''Pocket Monsters Black 2'') and '''Pokémon White Version 2''' (Japanese: '''ポケットモンスター ホワイト {{tt|2|ツー}}''' ''Pocket Monsters White 2'') are the second {{DL|Version|Relation to one another|paired versions}} of [[Generation V]] and are the sequels of [[Pokémon Black and White Versions|Pokémon Black and White]], respectively.
'''Bring Pokemon up to date with modern times!'''
Both games were revealed on ''[[Pokémon Smash!]]'' by [[Junichi Masuda]], and subsequently the official Japanese and international<ref>[http://www.pokemon.com/us/pokemon-video-games/pokemon-black-version-2-and-pokemon-white-version-2/ Pokémon Black Version 2 and Pokémon White Version 2]</ref> Pokémon websites, on February 26, 2012. They were released in Japan on June 23, 2012, in North America on October 7, 2012, in Australia on October 11, 2012, in Europe on October 12, 2012 and in South Korea on November 8, 2012.
The games feature two new forms of {{p|Kyurem}} that serve as the [[version mascot]]s of the games: Black Kyurem for Black 2 and White Kyurem for White 2.
The games take place two years after the events of {{game|Black and White|s}}. Many changes have taken place in [[Unova]] over this period: new locations are accessible in the southwest and northeast of the region, and some previously existing locations cannot be visited or are restricted until later in the game. Three new [[Gym Leader]]s and a new [[Champion]] are introduced, while the [[List of Pokémon by Unova Pokédex number|Unova Pokédex]] is [[List of Pokémon by New Unova Pokédex number|expanded]] to include Pokémon foreign to the region, much like in {{game|Platinum}}.
The player&mdash;named, by default, {{ga|Nate}} if male or {{ga|Rosa}} if female&mdash;begins in the southwestern city [[Aspertia City]]. After receiving their [[starter Pokémon|first Pokémon]] from [[Professor Juniper]]'s assistant [[Bianca]], they are encouraged to battle in [[Pokémon Gym]]s and aim for the {{un|Pokémon League}}. A boy from the player's hometown, [[Hugh]], will travel with the player at certain times. Filling the traditional [[rival]] role, Hugh is not pursuing the Pokémon League challenge: it is revealed that he is trying to recover a stolen Pokémon from [[Team Plasma]], who were not disbanded two years prior as expected.
Over the course of their journey, the player and Hugh will have numerous encounters with both current and former members of Team Plasma, as well as the mysterious scientist [[Colress]]. One of the [[Seven Sages]], [[Zinzolin]], appears in an antagonistic role, yet former Sage [[Rood]] will help the player. The plot comes to a head when Zinzolin freezes [[Opelucid City]] in ice with a combination of technology and the legendary dragon {{p|Kyurem}}, which Team Plasma has captured. The player must defeat Team Plasma including its new leader [[Ghetsis]] to free {{p|Kyurem}}. Ghetsis will combine the power of Kyurem with the power of the [[tao trio|legendary dragon]] befriended by [[N|his son]] two years earlier and force Kyurem to [[form differences#Kyurem|fuse]] with {{p|Zekrom}}{{sup/5|B2}} or {{p|Reshiram}}{{sup/5|W2}}. Only once Kyurem is safe and Team Plasma has been disbanded, can the player continue his or her journey to the Pokémon League.
After the main plot of the game has been completed, many inaccessible parts of Unova, including the [[Skyarrow Bridge]], will be unlocked. Further Pokémon not native to Unova will be available, and the legendary Pokémon {{p|Zekrom}}{{sup/5|B2}}/{{p|Reshiram}}{{sup/5|W2}} and {{p|Kyurem}} will reveal themselves to the player. When they are caught, the player will be able to fuse the Pokémon and change Kyurem's form at will.
===Game box blurb===
Two powers combine...A new legend arises!
Set off on a new Pokémon adventure to save the Unova region! You and your Pokémon can accomplish anything together!
===Game manual blurb===-->
==Changes from Pokémon Black & White==
===Aesthetic changes===
* The opening is drastically different from the one in Black and White, now featuring the new [[Nate (game)|game]] [[Rosa (game)|characters]], the [[Tao trio]] and the [[Swords of Justice]]. Also, the title screen shows either Black Kyurem or White Kyurem, depending on the version.
* The bar that shows a Pokémon's level, experience points, and HP has been redesigned. It is black in Black 2 and white in White 2.
* The area eyecatch has also been redesigned and shows the location in the top left of the screen and season in the bottom right. It is black in Black 2 and white in White 2.
* New locations such as [[Aspertia City]], [[Virbank City]], [[Floccesy Town]], [[Lentimas Town]] and [[Humilau City]] have been added to the game.
* New characters are introduced, such as [[Hugh]], [[Colress]], [[Roxie]], [[Marlon]] and [[Benga]].
* [[Cheren]], [[Bianca]], [[Elesa]], [[Ghetsis]] and [[Iris]] all receive redesigns.
* All Unova Gyms receive redesigns, including newly remixed music in all but the [[Aspertia Gym]].
* Most of the Black and White music has been slightly remixed, in addition to the Gym Leader and Champion music from Kanto, Johto, Hoenn and Sinnoh.
* There have been several changes made to existing locations, such as [[Driftveil City]] and [[Nimbasa City]].
* Every Trainer has their own fully animated sprite. They have more frames, allowing for smoother animations.
* Several attacks have received new battle animations.
* The battle menu has been redesigned.
* The [[C-Gear]] has been redesigned.
* The [[Unova Pokédex]] has been expanded tremendously to accommodate older Pokémon.
** It also receives a slight aesthetic change, now having a red background instead of green.
** The Pokédex also receives an upgrade in the form of the Habitat List. It consists of a list of all visited places, with the Pokémon found there listed (if they have been seen). The player will sometimes receive prizes from certain NPCs {{tt|when a certain area is filled|This is indicated by a full Poké Ball if all of the Pokemon found there have been captured. An area gets a semi-full Poké Ball when all the Pokémon found in that area have at least been seen.}}.
* All returning Gym Leaders and Champions receive new sprites. This also applies for the overworld sprites.
* {{rt|4|Unova}} has changed drastically and also differs between Black 2 and White 2.
* {{un|Victory Road}} changed drastically from [[Victory Road (Black and White)|Black and White]] to [[Victory Road (Black 2 and White 2)|Black 2 and White 2]] as well and differs in appearance between Black 2 and White 2. It has also changed location.
* [[Challenger's Cave]]'s entrance collapsed, while {{rt|10|Unova}} was blocked off due to a landslide on Victory Road, making both areas inaccessible.
* In place of [[Cold Storage]], there is now the [[Pokémon World Tournament]].
* Places marked on the map with green dots in Black and White are now marked with green squares. Also, now when they are tapped they become red (though they still cannot be flown to). This was only true of [[Liberty Garden]] in Black and White.
* During battles in tall grass, there are now visible tufts of grass around the platform, with varying colors depending on the season.
* Following the battle at [[Opelucid Gym]], [[Team Plasma]] will freeze [[Opelucid City]] (along with a portion of the neighboring routes, {{rt|9|Unova}} and {{rt|11|Unova}}), which will last until after the player has defeated the Elite Four.
* The weather icons are redesigned and smaller.
===Storyline changes===
* The player no longer starts in [[Nuvema Town]], instead starting in [[Aspertia City]].
* Instead of the usual 5 [[Poké Balls]], the player is given 10 at the start of his or her journey.
* [[Chili]], [[Cress]], [[Cilan]], [[Lenora]] and [[Brycen]] are replaced by [[Cheren]], [[Roxie]] and [[Marlon]] as Gym Leaders.
* Bianca gives the player a [[Starter Pokémon]].
* A new [[Team Plasma]] has formed, and is run by [[Ghetsis]].
* [[Colress]], a Team Plasma member, is battled frequently throughout the story.
* [[Rood]], [[Zinzolin]] and the [[Shadow Triad]] are battled as part of the story.
* The Gym Leader order has changed to Cheren, Roxie, Burgh, Elesa, Clay, Skyla, Drayden, Marlon.
* Iris is the new Champion of Unova.
* Ghetsis returns and plans to freeze Unova with Kyurem.
* N returns to Unova with either Zekrom{{sup/5|B2}} or Reshiram{{sup/5|W2}}, who is then fused with Kyurem to form either Black Kyurem{{sup/5|B2}} or White Kyurem{{sup/5|W2}}.
* Unlike [[Pokémon Black and White]], the version mascots Black Kyurem{{sup/5|B2}} or White Kyurem{{sup/5|W2}} can't be caught within the story, but can be obtained post-game by following certain requirements.
* {{p|Cobalion}} and {{p|Virizion}} interact with the player, making it possible to catch them during the storyline, although it is possible to catch all three Pokémon including {{p|Terrakion}}.
* Several tag battles take place throughout the game: one with the other player character, two with Cheren, four with Hugh, one with Bianca, and a daily tag battle with one of either Chili, Cress, or Cilan against the other two brothers.
* A new attraction known as the [[Pokémon World Tournament]] opens up in Driftveil City, where the player battles Gym Leaders and Champions from all five regions, among others.
* Another new attraction introduced is the [[Pokéstar Studios]], located in Virbank City, where the player takes part in many different movies. Brycen and [[Sabrina]] appear here.
* Lenora revives the player's fossils.
* Several new key items exclusive to Black and White 2 are introduced.
* During the post-game, the player may find [[N]] at his castle and on the first visit, battles his Zekrom{{sup/5|B2}} or Reshiram{{sup/5|W2}}, who is free for capture after defeating N. Subsequent battles can be done once a season and feature N using a team of Pokémon centered around that season.
* Several areas that were previously limited to the post-game of Black and White are now part of the main story. In contrast, some of the areas that were formerly part of the main story are now limited to the post-game.
===Gameplay changes===
* The new [[Unova Link]] is introduced, which makes way for new features.
** [[Challenge Mode]] and [[Easy Mode]] are introduced, which raise and lower the strength of opposing Trainers respectively.
** A new feature called the [[Memory Link]] is introduced, which reveals flashbacks from the NPCs that shed light on events that happened between Black and White and Black 2 and White 2.
* Many TMs and all but {{m|Dive|one}} HM are received in different locations.
* The Xtransceiver adds two new mini-games called Balloon Catch, where the player needs to catch balloons of their face or an NPC's, and Balloon Smash, where the player needs to inflate the balloons as large as possible without bursting them.
* The [[Move Tutor]]s are back, and as with {{g|Platinum}}, they teach most of the moves that were in that game for [[Shard]]s, but here they all ask for shards of a specific color. They also teach many moves that lost their [[TM]] status, such as {{m|Dark Pulse}}, {{m|Roost}} and {{m|Stealth Rock}}.
* If the player has used a [[Repel]], after its effect wears off, and if the player has more Repels in their bag, they will be asked if they would like to use another immediately without having to go into the menu.
* A number of legendaries from Hoenn and Sinnoh (excluding the [[Weather trio]] and [[Creation trio]]) can be found in the post-game.
* {{p|Zorua}}, {{p|Zoroark}} and {{TM|95|Snarl}}, which were previously accessible through Nintendo events only, can now be found within the game without any special requirements.
* The [[Kami Trio]] are notably the only [[Unova]] regional Pokémon absent from either game and must be obtained through the [[Pokémon Dream Radar]] and then transferred or alternatively they can be traded from {{2v2|Black|White}}. The Dream Radar is also necessary to obtain their new [[Form differences#Kami trio|forms]].
* Breeding was changed—the {{DL|Evolutionary stone|Everstone}} now always passes down nature (if both parents hold Everstone, one parent's nature is randomly picked). Furthermore, offspring have an 80% chance to have the Ability slot corresponding to their mother, unless it is a Hidden Ability; for example, {{p|Venomoth}} with {{a|Shield Dust}} is more likely to breed {{p|Venonat}} with {{a|Compoundeyes}} than with {{a|Tinted Lens}}.
* All {{tc|Pokémon Breeder}}s can now be [[rematch|rebattled]] every time the player re-enters the area in which they are found.
===Pokémon World Tournament===
{{main|Pokémon World Tournament}}
A new facility featured in Black 2 and White 2 is the Pokémon World Tournament, where the player is able to battle every [[Gym Leader]] and {{pkmn|Champion}} (except [[Koga]] and [[Iris]]) from the main series games in various types of battles.
===Pokéstar Studios===
{{main|Pokéstar Studios}}
Pokéstar Studios is a new feature in the games that allows the player to take part in making films involving Pokémon. The player chooses from various scenarios and acts them out.
Seasons once again return to the games. In addition to covering the entire screen upon starting the games, a text box appears at the bottom of the screen presenting the current season every time a new area is entered.
===Sprite animations===
Just like in {{game|Black and White|s}}, the Pokémon sprites are fully animated and move throughout battles. However, unlike Black and White, every Trainer in the game has battle animations, as well as more frames which allows for smoother animations.
The game also introduces new entry sprite animations for Pokémon, much as if it were a [[Shiny Pokémon]].
* [[N's Pokémon]], which are obtainable through [[Memory Link]], (with the exception of N's {{p|Zorua}}, who is obtainable during the main plot) have a green/yellow diamond shine, along with their own sound.
* Also, in the [[Pokéstar Studios]], when a player successfully completes a movie with their Pokémon in an unusual matter by deviating from the script, their Pokémon will become a star and during battles, when the Pokémon is summoned, a star will bounce upwards and then back downwards. This is the only entry animation that can be added manually by the player.
Within the two years separating Black 2 and White 2 from their predecessors, some of the past [[Gym Leader]]s have passed on their positions to others or retired from the [[Unova League]]. The eight Gym Leaders of Unova are now: [[Cheren]] ({{t|Normal}}), [[Roxie]] ({{t|Poison}}), [[Burgh]] ({{t|Bug}}), [[Elesa]] ({{t|Electric}}), [[Clay]] ({{t|Ground}}), [[Skyla]] ({{t|Flying}}), [[Drayden]] ({{t|Dragon}}) and [[Marlon]] ({{t|Water}}).
===Elite Four and Champion===
Like {{2v2|Black|White}}, the [[Elite Four]] can be battled in any order; after battling all four, a path to the {{pkmn|Champion}} is unlocked. The Elite Four members are [[Shauntal]] ({{t|Ghost}}), [[Marshal]] ({{t|Fighting}}), [[Grimsley]] ({{t|Dark}}), and [[Caitlin]] ({{t|Psychic}}). The new Champion is [[Iris]].
Each game features a Pokédex of {{tt|301|numbered from 0 to 300}} different Pokémon species, many of which are from previous [[generation]]s such as {{p|Growlithe}}, {{p|Psyduck}}, and {{p|Marill}}.
===[[Version-exclusive Pokémon]]===
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* Normally unavailable, Regice and Registeel can be caught in the Black 2 and White 2, respectively, after trading respective keys from game which has unlocked them. Initially, Regice's key is unlocked in White 2, and Registeel's in Black 2.
Black 2 and White 2 can connect with the [[Pokémon Dream Radar]], which transfer Pokémon found to the player's game. The [[Pokémon Global Link]] has also been updated to make way for the release of Black 2 and White 2. The games are compatible with Black and White, much as {{v2|Platinum}} is to {{v2|Diamond and Pearl|s}}. The games can connect as with games of the same generation, and they operate on the same {{DL|Global Terminal|Global Trade Station}} server. Pokémon from the [[Generation IV]] games Diamond, Pearl, Platinum, HeartGold, and SoulSilver can be transferred to these games using the [[Poké Transfer]].
However, they are not entirely compatible with Pokémon Black and White as the updated Black 2 and White 2 [[Entralink]] no longer features the ability to travel into another player's "world" and thus Pass Powers are instead earned through minigames that take place in the hubworld. Likewise, a player in Black or White cannot connect with a Black 2 or White 2 via the Entralink system.
==Pre-release images==
File:Pokémon Black 2 logo JP.png|Japanese Black 2 logo
File:Pokémon White 2 logo JP.png|Japanese White 2 logo
File:Pokémon Black 2 logo EN.png|English Black 2 logo
File:Pokémon White 2 logo EN.png|English White 2 logo
File:B2W2 Prerelease rival opening.png|[[Hugh]] in the opening
File:B2W2 Prerelease VS Rival.png|Versus Hugh
File:B2W2 Prerelease Roxie Gym.png|With [[Roxie]]
File:B2W2 Prerelease beach town Gym.png|With Hugh and [[Marlon]]
File:B2W2 Prerelease Castelia Central Plaza.png|With [[Colress]] in [[Castelia City]]
* The localization period for Black 2 and White 2 is the shortest worldwide, lasting about three and a half months for the majority of the translated versions, with 106 days for North America, 110 for Australia, 111 for Europe and 138 for South Korea.
* They are the only main series Pokémon games to officially be a direct sequel to a pair of games from the same generation.
* {{game|Gold and Silver|s}} were initially advertised to be direct, numbered sequels to [[Generation I]], originally dubbed "Pocket Monsters 2". This was changed later, making Black 2 and White 2 the only main series games with a number in their title.
* They are the only games to have anything after the word "Version" in their titles.
* They are the only main series games in which the player's [[hometown]] is a city rather than a town.
* They are the only paired versions to have {{p|Kyurem|the same Pokémon on both versions}}, with the only difference being its [[Form differences#Kyurem|form]].
* They are the only main series games in which the [[Pokémon Day Care]] is inaccessible before the credits.
* They are the only main series games in which the version mascots cannot be obtained without [[trade|trading]] before the credits.
* Players who pre-ordered the games from GameStop received a "Preview Guide" which hints at the new features and storyline, as well as explaining the {{Trading Card Game}}. It also includes parts of the animated trailer in a comic book-style format. The guide was released online in the UK.
* These are the only games in which each Gym has different music from the others. [[Aspertia Gym]] uses the normal Gym theme (probably due to the fact that it is a {{type|Normal}} Gym), while other Gyms use remixed versions, which are influenced by the type used.
Gaming magazine {{wp|Famitsu}} gave Pokémon Black and White Versions 2 a score of 36 out of 40, which is lower than [[Pokémon Black and White Versions#Reception|its perfectly-scoring predecessors]].
According to Famitsu and Yahoo Japan, the game sold 1,618,621 copies during its first weekend on sale, making it the third best selling DS game of all time.<ref>http://www.famitsu.com/news/201206/26016963.html</ref><ref>http://dailynews.yahoo.co.jp/fc/entertainment/nintendo_ds/?1340702028</ref>
IGN rated this game an "Amazing" 9.6/10<ref>http://www.ign.com/articles/2012/10/04/pokemon-white-version-2-review</ref> and called it more "than just a slightly expanded repackaging of the latest generation's core titles (a la Pokémon Yellow, Emerald or Platinum)" and that it features a "stunning amount of fresh content" over {{game|Black and White}} which received a 9/10 from the site.<ref>http://www.ign.com/articles/2011/03/05/pokemon-white-review</ref>
==In other languages==
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Revision as of 17:33, 28 December 2012

These are rubbish games! The graphics are so behind their time and you should not play them, play a proper game with diagonal movements! Diagonal! I know the people who work on this game may not have heard of this word but it means a direction that is not just straight up, straight down, straight left or straight right.

Bring Pokemon up to date with modern times!