There was Pokémon Stadium, Pokémon Stadium 2, Pokémon Colosseum, Pokémon XD: Gale of Darkness, and Pokémon Battle Revolution. In Generation V, there was no stadium home console game. Since we're in Generation VI, there should be a stadium game for the Wii U.
- 1 Modes
- 1.1 Single Player
- 1.2 Multiplayer
- 1.3 Online Mode
- 2 Battle Passes
- 3 Trivia
Like in Battle Revolution, the game will have 4 files. Each file will have these modes.
Copy your Pokémon from Pokémon X , Y, OmegaRuby, or AlphaSapphire and check your storage.
Create a battle pass, set Pokémon to your pass, and customize your trainer.
Create and check your battle pass.
Check passes from special trainers.
Play through the single-player campaign.
Battle against the Gym Leaders, Elite Four, and Champions.
Compete in various facilities with their own rule sets and battle against the Frontier Brains.
Compete in a tournament against special trainers.
Compete your Pokémon in athletic competitions.
Use battle passes to compete with a friend or AI (1 - 2 players).
Compete with players in fun challenges (1 - 4 players).
Connect your 3DS systems with Pokémon X, Y, OmegaRuby, or AlphaSapphire and use your 3DS as a controller (2 - 4 players).
These modes can be played online. You can either play with friends or play with anyone.
Battle against a random player from another territory (2 players).
Compete with players from all over the world (4 - 16 players).
Compete with players in fun challenges (4 players).
Compete your Pokémon in athletic competitions (4 players).
- This would be the second game to feature the Pokéathlon, with the first being HeartGold and SoulSilver. This would also be the first home console game to feature the Pokéathlon.