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Pokémon Ranger: Guardian Signs is a Nintendo DS video game released in 2010. The third game in the Pokémon Ranger series, Guardian Signs takes place in the Oblivia region in the Pokémon universe. The player's partner is a Pichu which has a ukelele. A new four player mode is available that lets players catch Pokémon together.
The game plays similarly to previous games in the Pokémon Ranger series. New features, however, are present. Perhaps the most notable addition is that of the new four player multiplayer mode, which allows up to four people play the game together cooperatively. Players are now able to draw signs on the ground that will summon Legendary Pokémon. Deoxys is also obtainable in this game and can be traded to fourth generation games including Pokémon Diamond and Pearl, Pokémon Platinum, and Pokémon HeartGold and SoulSilver. All of the Pokémon in Guardian Signs can be brought over to those games, but this is the first time that Deoxys is available in a fourth generation game without the use of Pal Park.
Unlike in Pokémon Ranger: Shadows of Almia, the game uses a new styler modification system instead of having quests reward the player with power-ups for the player's styler. The modification system allows the player to obtain Ranger Points by completing missions, finishing quests, and catching pokémon with an S rank capture. The Ranger Points can then be spent on power-ups for the styler. Power-ups include increase max styler energy, increase styler power, increase max line length, decrease damage, decrease charge time, increase styler energy gained after each capture, and increase power when health is low. After a power-up's level can be increased until it reaches its max level, however higher levels cost more to increase.
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