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Pokemon Mystery Dungeon: 'Explorers of Sky'; 'Red Rescue Team'; 'Blue Rescue Team' Coming to Wii U Virtual Console Very Soon!

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Pokemon Mystery Dungeon 3 titles "Explorers of Sky", "Red Rescue Team" and "Blue Rescue Team" will be coming to Wii U VR very soon. The three Nintendo gameplays were originally for Nintendo DS and now that they have enter the VR world through Wii U console, fans of Pokemon Mystery Dungeons should expect greater experience when playing the game!

Nintendo released an official announcement that all of the three gameplays are ready for Wii U console on June 23, Nintendo News shared.

Pokemon Mystery Dungeons: Explorers of Sky coming to Wii U VR console

The installment of Pokemon Mystery Dungeons games is an adventure and exploration with purpose of saving the world. In this game, the communication and story are enhanced and it is a great beginning for newbie players when they enter the Pokemon Mystery Dungeon.

Pokemon Mystery Dungeon: Red Rescue Team coming to Wii U virtual console

As one of the spin off in Pokemon franchise, the "Red Rescue Team" will also enter virtual reality with Wii U console. Starting out as a human, player will transform to Pokemon that embarks in a strange world with a mission to rescue the livings after disaster events.

Pokemon Mystery Dungeon: Blue Rescue Team coming to Wii U virtual console

"Blue Rescue Team" will also be coming to Wii U VR and the three titles of Pokemon Mystery Dungeon will mark the first release of the game on VR console.

Pokemon was released for the first time in 2006 for the Nintendo DS and Gameboy Advance. The spinoff franchise has gone through many upgrades from the originals and the developer is keen on developing more entertaining elements for the fans. More titles coming to Wii U Virtual Console should be expected very soon, Polygon reported.

Will you be playing any of Pokemon Mystery Dungeon title in Wii U virtual console this week? 

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