Pokémon Mystery Dungeon details emerge, players can grow berries

By Stephany Nunneley, Saturday, 13 October 2012 21:43 GMT

Pokémon Mystery Dungeon has been detailed in the latest issue of CoroCoro.

According to the magazine, major Pokémon Lugia, Ho-oh and Kyurem are connected with the story, and the game’s main hub, Pokémon Paradise, contains various Pokémon which will provide different services.

Legendary Pokémon, Victini, runs a service in the game called V-Roulette where the player can gain higher ranked moves.

The Pokémon Pansage is also in the game, and give the player the ability to grown berries to aid in questing.

Pokémon Mystery Dungeon: Magnagate and the Infinite Labyrinth is scheduled for release on November 23 in Japan.

The game has not yet been dated for a western release.

Thanks: Siliconera, Serebii.net.

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