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[[File:TransferPak.jpg|thumb|right|The Transfer Pak]]
 
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The '''Transfer Pak''' (Japanese: '''{{j|64GB}}パック''' ''64GB Pack'') is a peripheral for the [[Nintendo 64]] that allows for the transfer of data between the console and [[Game Boy]] or [[Game Boy Color]] cartridges. The device came as a pack-in with the first [[Pokémon Stadium series|Pokémon Stadium]] title, although it could also be purchased separately. It is plugged into the back of the {{wp|Nintendo 64 controller}}. With the Transfer Pak, Pokémon and items from Game Boy games can be uploaded into the Stadium games for storage, or to be used in battles and mini-games. It also allows trading Pokémon (two Transfer Paks required) and allows the playing of Game Boy Pokémon games on TV using the [[Game Boy Tower]] feature.
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The '''Transfer Pak''' (Japanese: '''{{j|64GB}}パック''' ''64GB Pack'') is a peripheral for the [[Nintendo 64]] that allows for the transfer of data between the console and [[Game Boy]] or [[Game Boy Color]] cartridges. The device came as a pack-in with the first [[Pokémon Stadium series|Pokémon Stadium]] title, although it could also be purchased separately. It is plugged into the back of the {{wp|Nintendo 64 controller}}. With the Transfer Pak, Pokémon and items from Game Boy games can be uploaded into the Stadium games for storage at the [[Professor Oak's Laboratory|Laboratory]], or to be used in battles and mini-games. It also allows trading Pokémon (two Transfer Paks required) and allows the playing of Game Boy Pokémon games on a TV using the [[Game Boy Tower]] feature.
   
==Pokémon Games with Transfer Pak support==
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Data for {{game|Crystal}} is contained in [[Pokémon Stadium 2]], but can only be unlocked when connecting a Pokémon Crystal cartridge via the Transfer Pak.
*[[Pokémon Stadium (Japanese)]] (with all Generation I main series Game Boy titles excluding {{v2|Yellow}})
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*[[Pokémon Stadium (English)]] (with all Generation I main series Game Boy titles)
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==Compatibility==
*[[Pokémon Stadium 2]] (with all Generation I and II main series Game Boy and Game Boy Color titles)
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[[Pokémon Stadium (Japanese)]] and [[Pokémon Stadium (English)]] are compatible with all [[Generation I]] core series games. [[Pokémon Stadium 2]] is compatible with all Generation I and [[Generation II]] core series games. The American and European versions of the Stadium and core series games are compatible with each other, but not with Japanese games. The Japanese versions of the Stadium games and the core series games are compatible with each other. The Korean versions of {{game|Gold and Silver|s}} are not compatible with any Stadium game.
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==Gallery==
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JP Pokemon Stadium Game Pak Check.png|[[Pokémon Green Version]] in the Transfer Pak being read by Pokémon Stadium (Japanese).
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NA Pokemon Stadium Game Pak Check.png|[[Pokémon Red and Blue Versions|Red, Blue,]] and [[Pokémon Yellow Version|Yellow]] in the Transfer Pak being read by Pokémon Stadium (English).
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NA Pokemon Stadium 2 Game Pak Check.png|[[Pokémon Gold and Silver Versions|Gold, Silver]], [[Pokémon Crystal Version|Crystal]], and [[Pokémon Yellow Version|Yellow]] in the Transfer Pak being read by Pokémon Stadium 2.
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==Trivia==
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* [[Pokémon Stadium (Japanese)]] can at least recognize the correct versions of incompatible non-Japanese Generation I games and display their colors at the beginning of the game. The other Stadium games are unable to visibly display the correct version of any incompatible games.
   
 
==External links==
 
==External links==
 
* [[wp:Transfer Pak|Wikipedia article on the Transfer Pak]]
 
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* [[smw:Transfer Pak|MarioWiki article on the Transfer Pak]]
   
 
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Latest revision as of 18:40, 17 October 2019

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The Transfer Pak

The Transfer Pak (Japanese: 64GBパック 64GB Pack) is a peripheral for the Nintendo 64 that allows for the transfer of data between the console and Game Boy or Game Boy Color cartridges. The device came as a pack-in with the first Pokémon Stadium title, although it could also be purchased separately. It is plugged into the back of the Nintendo 64 controller. With the Transfer Pak, Pokémon and items from Game Boy games can be uploaded into the Stadium games for storage at the Laboratory, or to be used in battles and mini-games. It also allows trading Pokémon (two Transfer Paks required) and allows the playing of Game Boy Pokémon games on a TV using the Game Boy Tower feature.

Data for Pokémon Crystal is contained in Pokémon Stadium 2, but can only be unlocked when connecting a Pokémon Crystal cartridge via the Transfer Pak.

Compatibility

Pokémon Stadium (Japanese) and Pokémon Stadium (English) are compatible with all Generation I core series games. Pokémon Stadium 2 is compatible with all Generation I and Generation II core series games. The American and European versions of the Stadium and core series games are compatible with each other, but not with Japanese games. The Japanese versions of the Stadium games and the core series games are compatible with each other. The Korean versions of Pokémon Gold and Silver are not compatible with any Stadium game.

Gallery

Trivia

  • Pokémon Stadium (Japanese) can at least recognize the correct versions of incompatible non-Japanese Generation I games and display their colors at the beginning of the game. The other Stadium games are unable to visibly display the correct version of any incompatible games.

External links



Communications media
Gen I Game Link CableTransfer Pak3DS Wireless (VC)
Gen II  Game Link CableInfraredTransfer Pak
Mobile Game Boy Adapter3DS Wireless (VC)
Gen III Game Link CableWireless AdapterDual-slot mode
Gen IV DS WirelessWi-FiDual-slot modeInfrared
Gen V DS WirelessWi-FiInfrared
Gen VI 3DS WirelessNintendo NetworkInfraredStreetPassSpotPass
Gen VII 3DS Wireless/Switch WirelessNintendo Network
InfraredNintendo Switch OnlineBluetooth
Gen VIII Switch WirelessNintendo Switch Online

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