Pokémon Wildlife is an action-adventure game for the Wii U console. It is rated T for teen.
The gameplay focuses on a perspective never before used in a Pokémon game: the Pokémon in the wild. In this game, you play as a Pokémon in the wild fighting for survival in a harsh world.
The game is played in rounds. You select a Pokémon, eat, sleep, fight, and ultimately mate in order to keep your family alive. That's the goal of the game.
There are 5 different types of Pokémon: Herbivores, Carnivores, Water Dwellers, Flyers, and Other. Every Pokémon in the game is divided into one of those categories.
Herbivores eat plants. In basic combat, they don't often do well, and in turn, are either very fast or very strong.
Carnivores eat meat. In basic combat, they often do well, but they have to catch their prey, or wear them down first.
Water Dwellers can survive underwater indefinitely. They can be either herbivores or carnivores depending on their species. Another thing is that they can only nest underwater.
Flyers can fly, but only for so long. Their diet also differs depending on the Pokémon. One of their defining features is their ability to swoop down and snatch up their prey.
Other class Pokémon sustain their hunger in different ways than eating plants or meat, such as eating rock, feeding on electricity, or absorbing sunshine.
Every Pokémon has set stats, and moveset. There is basic combat, in which techniques like biting, clawing, and smacking are used, but also advanced combat where named attacks are used, each with different effects. Every Pokémon can learn new moves by completing challenges in-game.
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