| PokéPark 2:|
North American box art
|ESRB PEGI CERO ACB|
The attractions have been reduced in focus this time around with only 4 total and free use of them is limited until the post-game. However, they can be played in 4-player multiplayer with each player being one of the Pokémon mentioned beforehand.
The first half of the game is similar to Whac-A-Mole where Patrat will appear out of a number of holes in a panel, holding pistachio-like nuts which the player fires at. Occasionally a Watchog will appear with a spotted nut worth bonus points. The second half has two Audino tossing lobs of dough into the air which then come falling down to the ground. The player must shoot the lobs of dough, turning them into a cake the first shot, then decorating them on the second shot. Yamask, Vanillite, and Cottonee occasionally fly by with gold dough worth bonus points.
The players swing their Wii Remotes in time with the icons scrolling along the bottom to dance with Lopunny. The player receives more points for better accuracy.
Players must knock out Pokémon by swinging the Wii remote, while avoiding bombs by pressing A. Players will be penalized if they perform the wrong action at the wrong time.
Flight of Fancy
The players tilt the Wii remote in the direction they want to move to collect gems in the sky.
Reshiram and Zekrom foresee a dark omen to PokéPark, but discover that there is a light approaching. Meanwhile, Pikachu has journeyed to the new PokéPark with his best friend Piplup. They are introduced to the Wish Park, but later find out that it is impossible to leave the Wish Park. Reshiram and Zekrom inform Pikachu of events to come, and tells Pikachu he can save the PokéPark.
|Language / Region||Translates to:|
|German||PokéPark 2: The Dimension of Desires|
|Italian||PokéPark 2: The World of Desires|
|Spanish||PokéPark 2: A World of Illusions|
Like the first game, this also got a mixed reception as well. Nintendo Power gave it a 5.5/10, saying that "the gameplay is flawed" and "those looking for a deep game should lower expectations".IGN gave the game a 6.5/10, saying that "we’d all do better to hold off for the next true Pokemon title".