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    Hey, I have a gamecube controller that I accidently broke, so now there's no directional pad on the controller(below the bigger, top movement control), I want to buy Colosseum so I can finally play my GC again, but I'm wondering if I'd need the direction pad to execute moves in the game. Thanks in advance.

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    Nope. You can use the Control Stick OR the Control Pad.

    don't like something? fix it. stop complaining about it.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Paperfairy View Post
    Nope. You can use the Control Stick OR the Control Pad.
    Oh alright then, Thank you very much, since I'm short on cash, I'll just get Colosseum and one controller.

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    Gah, Excuse my double post, but I was reading Wikipedia(Yeah, I know) and it said something along the lines of "While it is the first 3D Pokémon video game with an RPG mode, it doesn't allow the player to use rental Pokémon the way the Pokémon Stadium games did. This was probably done because Pokémon are obtainable in the RPG mode, thus most of the features in the game are still usable without a Game Boy Advance Pokémon game or rentals.

    Pokémon Colosseum also puts significantly less importance on the non-RPG aspects of the game than Pokémon Stadium and Pokémon Stadium 2. For example, there are no minigames, nor is there a Gym Leader Tower."

    So i'm wondering now, There's no Stadium mode/Battle Mode like in the previous games with rental pokemon? Also, if there is, are we able to change the moves of Rental Pokemon? The whole reason for this is because i'm at a hard choice between this game and Smash Bros. Melee, and I want to make sure this game is worth it.

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    There is a battle mode, but no rental pokemon. In battle mode you can download a team of pokemon you raised on your gameboy advance *OR* register the team you're using in story mode. With battle mode you can battle at various colleseums that range in difficulty, and at Mt. Battle where you need to defeat 100 trainers in a row. If you're using your gameboy team, your trainer image will be that of your gameboy character.

    The main focus of Colloseum is its story mode, which is very cool. Good plot, and lots of entertaining characters.

    I think Colloseum is the better deal, but that's just my opinion.
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