Ever since Everyone’s Pokemon Ranch was announced, we’ve had a lot of questions. Mainly, is it actually a game? Or does it just let you view your Pokemon in 3D and not much else? Well, we’ve downloaded the Japanese release (with an imported Japanese Wii) and have been tinkering with it since it became available last week. As we all knew, you can upload your Diamond/Pearl Pokemon onto Pokemon Ranch and interact with them in an N64-esque environment, but what else is there to do? The details can potentially make or break this game here, so let’s get right to it.

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