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Format: WiiWare™
Launch Date: 06/09/08
ESRB: E (Everyone): Comic Mischief
Wii Points: 1,000
Game Type: Pokémon Interaction
Control Type: Wii Remote, Nunchuk
Players: 1
Publisher: Nintendo

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Gather your Pokémon and Miis and watch them interact on your ranch. Take pictures to send to friends!

The Pokémon phenomenon debuts on WiiWare with My Pokémon Ranch, a game that lets you watch as Pokémon and Miis interact with each other for the first time. Enjoy the relaxing ranch life by viewing your ranch and its Pokémon, taking pictures and sending those pictures to your friends via the Wii Message Board. The more Pokémon and Miis you bring to your ranch, the more fun it becomes. My Pokémon Ranch can be linked with the Nintendo DS™ Pokémon® Diamond and Pokémon® Pearl Game Cards to deposit the Pokémon you've caught in these games in your ranch. You can deposit a maximum of 1,000 Pokémon from up to eight different game cards. Make your ranch livelier by playing with your friends and family.
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