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Pokemon Day 2016 – Pokemon How-To Videos January 12, 2016

Posted by Maniac in Site Videos.
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As we continue with Pokémon Day 2016, we decided to republish a few helpful videos that we’ve produced over the years for new Pokémon Trainers who may not be totally technically savvy. There really are some great extra features that are possible with this generation of gaming handhelds, and we’re going to share some tips to help you make the most out of your Pokémon journey.

First up, we have a video for anyone playing any 3DS-native Pokémon game. If you’re having trouble bringing your game online it could be because your game needs to be updated. With the incredible technical capabilities of the Nintendo 3DS systems, the necessity to keep your hardware and games up to date is essential.  Updating 3DS games is more of a straightforward process with recent firmware upgrades, but if you’re not using a 3DS with up to date firmware, it can become a bit more of an involved process, especially if you’re running a physical copy of the game and you don’t have the game inserted into your handheld game system.  So here’s a detailed how-to video which will show you the most thorough way to update your 3DS games.

If you’re playing Pokémon Black Version 2 or Pokémon White Version 2 on a 3DS system, I recommend downloading the game Pokémon Dream Radar from the Nintendo eShop. Any Pokémon captured in that game can be transferred to Pokémon Black Version 2 or Pokémon White Version 2, and here’s a video on how to do it.

I recommend checking out the Pokémon Alpha Sapphire and Pokémon Omega Ruby official demo, even if you already have the full version of either title, because you can get some extra content in the demo you can bring to the full version of the game.  Here’s how to transfer that content from the demo to the full game once you’ve unlocked it.

Enjoying Pokémon Day 2016?  More Pokémon content is on its way!

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