Pokémon Colosseum: Prima's Official Strategy Guide

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Pokémon Colosseum: Prima's Official Strategy Guide
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ISBN: 0-7615-4429-1
Published: March 23, 2004
Publisher: Prima Games
Author: Levi Buchanan
Preceded By: Pokémon Stadium 2: Prima's Official Strategy Guide
Succeeded By: Pokémon XD: Gale of Darkness: Prima's Official Strategy Guide

Pokémon Colosseum: Prima's Official Strategy Guide is a guidebook for Pokémon Colosseum published by Prima Games in March 2004.


Get Ready for a Colossal Battle!

  • Complete walkthrough of Story Mode with strategies and maps
  • All one-on-one and two-on-two battle line ups revealed
  • Thorough Pokédex gives details of all 60 Pokémon found in Pokémon Colosseum
  • All item locations exposed
  • Essential strategies for Snagging and Purifying


This guide covers a step-by-step walkthrough of the Story mode and Mt. Battle mode of Pokémon Colosseum, along with information on all Colosseum lineups, all items that appear in the game, and all available Pokémon. With each battle lineup are suggestions on how to win the battle, or how to avoid knocking out a specific Shadow Pokémon so it can be captured. This guide, however, includes a number of mistakes concerning type effectiveness, with tips such as "Beldum's steel hull resists Fire and Water-type attacks," when in truth, Steel does not resist either Fire or Water.



  • On pages 17 and 18, the Pre Gym is consistently referred to as the "Pre-Gym". In-game, it is consistently formatted with a space instead of a hyphen.
  • On page 176, Jirachi's listed Abilities are Serene Grace and Doom Desire. While Serene Grace is Jirachi's Ability, Doom Desire is instead Jirachi's signature move.
  • On page 176, Jirachi's weight is listed as 2 pounds, but in the games it is 2.4 lbs.

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