Pokemon Colosseum


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Jun 24, 2013
I have a question, has anyone ever played this game? Do you remember anything about it? If so I need your help.

I've cracked it back open for old time's sake.

I'm trying to get all 3 Johto starters. You get to choose one starter early on during the game. Then you can get the other 2 after you beat the game.

I looked this up online and found this link:

It says after the credits roll at the end of the game, you will get a message from SECC in Pyrite Town telling you to come visit him.
Then, find and battle Cail. He will tell you to go to the Old Snagem hideout, which will now appear on your map, etc. You can read it on the link.

I have gotten a message from SECC in Pyrite Town. However, when I go to Pyrite Town and talk to Cail, he doesn't battle me. He just says something like, "I learned full force how strong you were..." as if I have already battled him.

If this is the case (if I have already battled him), then according to the link the Old Snagem hideout should have showed up on my map, and I should be able to travel there now.

But alas, the hideout is not on my map. Does anyone know why this is the case?

I also can't find the other remaining starter either...according to the link it is in the Realgam Tower casino. Checked there, nothing.

Please help if you can. Thanks
I played Pokémon Stadium 1 and 2, so this is the sequel, right?
Growing up, this was one of my favorite games on the GameCube. I was obsessed with Pokemon and when my mom got my brother and I this game, we played for hours and hours on end. When I talk about this game now to friends who play video games, I am extremely shocked that they have never played this game before. They assumed that it wasn't the same because it's not like the handheld Pokemon games for Game Boy Advance and so forth.

Well, they are wrong! It's such an amazing game, in my opinion. :D

Has anyone else played this game? What did you think of it? Were you a fan of it's shadow Pokemon plot?
I remember when this game came out and everyone wanted to play it. This was around the time that I started getting turned off by Pokemon, but I still gave the game a try. I actually really liked it, it was pretty fun. I think I had nore fun playing with other people more than playing by myself though. This is one of those games that I would purchase and play a second time if I ever bought a GameCube again.
YES. I do agree with you that playing with others is a lot better, but I think this game did perfectly with adapting a single player adventure. And really, people enjoy watching it more than playing it because of it's newer looking graphics (at the time). Which is funny nowadays, because Pokemon X/Y and Pokemon OSAR are pretty much based off of that. But because not a lot of people remember the Pokemon Colosseum, they can't necessarily compare. What do you think? Do you think that this game was the sole inspiration of how Pokemon games looks today?
Yeah the Colosseum is a classic, however very few people own it or even know it exists for that matter. It was a fun game for it's time, but when I popped it in and played a couple of weeks ago it was showing its age.
I remember borrowing this off of my cousin. This was a really enjoyable experience, I never knew how different it would be to go from Pokemon red straight to this due to the fact I got out of Pokemon and just started playing Mario non-stop. It is definitely worth playing. It is a big difference from the other ones which I personally think is the biggest reason people were turned off.

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