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The Pokémon Colosseum series (Japanese: ポケモンコロシアムシリーズ Pokémon Colosseum series) is a side series of Pokémon games for the Nintendo GameCube released during Generation III and compatible with the games of that generation. In the games of this series, players can upload Pokémon from their Game Boy Advance games to battle in 3D in VS Mode, featuring various classes for Trainers to beat; extra gameplay, however, is included in the form of an RPG which allows Trainers to catch Pokémon in the desolate region of Orre, a region that the games takes place in. Players who didn't have any core series games could still rent almost all 386 Pokémon at the time in certain modes.
List of games
|Gen.||Image||Title||Japanese title||Platform||Release date|
|Nintendo GameCube||November 21, 2003||March 22, 2004||May 14, 2004||June 24, 2004|
|III||Pokémon XD: Gale of Darkness||ポケモンＸＤ 闇の旋風ダーク・ルギア
Pokémon XD: Whirlwind of Darkness, Dark Lugia
|August 4, 2005||October 3, 2005||November 18, 2005||November 19, 2005|
List of manga adaptations
Pokémon Colosseum Snatcher Leo
|1||3||An adaptation of Pokémon Colosseum.|
Pokémon Colosseum Snatchers
|1||3||Another adaptation of Pokémon Colosseum.|
- Main article: Game Link Cable#Generation III
Discontinuation and later plans
When Generation IV was released, a game that plays quite similarly to the Pokémon Stadium series, under the name of Pokémon Battle Revolution, was released. In the most basic sense, the Colosseum series had concluded. However, during the Nintendo Direct on January 9, 2020, the Pokémon Mystery Dungeon series game Pokémon Mystery Dungeon: Rescue Team DX was announced for the Nintendo Switch as a remake of Pokémon Mystery Dungeon: Red Rescue Team and Blue Rescue Team, which sparked hope that The Pokémon Company would finally be open to more remakes outside of the core series.
- These are the only Pokémon games:
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