ALL Another Pokémon Game, Another Bug

Remember the berry-problem on the Game Boy Advance's Pokon games? The latest addition to the series contains a new bug.

Only released a few days ago, Nintendo has now announced that the Nintendo DS version of Pokon Mysterious Dungeon contains a bug. Nintendo would like to advice gamers not to have any other Game Boy Advance game in your Nintendo DS when playing the Nintendo DS game but the Red version of the game. Using different games at the same time might destroy the save game stored on the cartridge.

Nintendo has promised to replace all erroneous copies in Japan for free.

Posted on 25-11-2005 by Dennis


  • Great marketing ploy Nintendo :D Heh, well, at least they're replacing them. I hope some publisher picks it up *im looking at you Rising Star Games*.

    skarma, 30-11--0001 at 00:00
  • Another pokemon game? Sigh, not again. They've milked this series too much, I think this cash cow had its uttered all dried out. Sorry Nintendo.

    araknidkid, 30-11--0001 at 00:00
  • Well, in their first week in Japan, GBA and DS versions sold almost 300.000 copies combined so I kinda unterstand why Nintendo releases Pokemon games. And actually, looks like Pokemon Dungeon isn´tone of those shitty spin-offs. Both versions got 35/40 from Famitsu.

    twilight, 30-11--0001 at 00:00
  • Actually, they're are "okay" spinoffs but there isnt a bad spin-off, Pokemon Dash is fun, but gets boring. Anyway, this game is an RPG, and its brilliant.

    skarma, 30-11--0001 at 00:00
  • Lol, it's not dried out until people stop buying them araknidkid.

    Jay, 30-11--0001 at 00:00
  • DAMN MISSINGO!!!!!!!!!!

    nin10d0fr34k, 30-11--0001 at 00:00
  • LOL, what a bug! O_o

    spiderfrommars, 30-11--0001 at 00:00
  • lol, I remember Missingno... I was thinking the game spontaneously combusted or something. Regardless, that's a pretty bad bug.

    Nintendude, 30-11--0001 at 00:00

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