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PokéPark Wii Now on Wii U Virtual Console!

Another Nintendo Wii game has made its way onto the Wii U’s Virtual Console platform, this time from the Pokémon spin-off game archives.  PokéPark Wii: Pikachu’s Adventure, the first installment of the PokéPark series, is now available to download from the Wii U eShop!

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Developed by Creatures, Inc. and originally released back in 2010 in North America, PokéPark Wii has you playing as Pikachu as you attempt to restore order to the titular PokéPark by finding fragments of the Sky Prism and making friends with other Pokémon visiting the park.

The game was notable for being a hybrid Action, Adventure, and Minigame Collection title, with the core gameplay having you completing challenges to befriend other Pokémon in order unlock them as playable characters for various minigames.

You can see footage of the game action just below here, courtesy of XCageGame:

Curiously, the Virtual Console version of PokéPark Wii was already released in Europe well back in 2015; it is unknown as to why it has taken so long for the title to make its appearance on the Wii U eShop.

As a bonus, the official Pokémon site has listed all the special passwords needed to unlock certain Pokémon as well as alternate versions of Pikachu.  Here’s the list pulled directly from the official site:

What’s the Password?

Many Pokémon inhabit the PokéPark, including some incredible Rare and Legendary Pokémon. Use special Passwords to unlock these incredible Pokémon. You might encounter Pokémon such as Jirachi, Groudon, Celebi, and Darkrai! In addition, Pikachu will show up with a variety of items via Passwords, including with a surfboard or snowboard.

Please see below for the full list of available passwords:

Pikachu’s Surfboard: 02970626

Pikachu’s Snowboard: 67446162

Pikachu’s Balloons: 99930457

Groudon: 49446209

Celebi: 58068773

Darkrai: 65967413

Jirachi: 73938790

PokéPark Wii: Pikachu’s Adventure is out now on the Wii U eShop, and retails for $19.99 USD.  You can purchase the game directly from Nintendo’s official site.


It’s likely we’ll see the sequel game arrive on the Wii U eShop sometime in the near future, so keep your ear to the ground if you enjoyed this series!

Sources: Pokemon.com, Serebii.net, Nintendo.com, Bulbapedia
Images: PocketMonsters.net