"Pokémon Colosseum" contains various in-game secrets that players can find while playing it, such as Level 100 battles at the Orre Colosseum or the trade machine device that allows players to trade Pokémon from either "Pokémon Ruby" or "Pokémon Sapphire" into the game. Other secrets include unlocking the Pokémon Jirachi by connecting the GameCube playing "Pokémon Colosseum" with a GameBoy Advance that has "Pokémon Sapphire" in it alongside the "Pokémon Colosseum" bonus disc.Continue Reading
"Pokémon Colosseum" also contains glitches that players can use to enjoy several in-game benefits, such as infinite PokéBalls generated through an item duplication trick. A player can also abandon his in-game partner through a glitch where he becomes stuck on a staircase when walking off the edge in a certain way.
Nintendo published "Pokémon Colosseum" exclusively for the Nintendo GameCube and released it on Nov. 21, 2003. The game is a role-playing video game and includes modes for both multiplayer and single-player games. Unlike other Pokémon games, "Pokémon Colosseum" does not include random Pokémon encounters but instead allows the player to get new Pokémon by taking them from other Pokémon trainers. Players navigate through the game in a third-person perspective and can travel to multiple towns and locations as a Pokémon trainer named Wes.Learn more about Pokemon