Only a week after everyone found out about Nintendo's PokePark Wii: Pikachu's Big Adventure
, Nintendo has revealed the game, which will be released in Japan on December 5 for ¥4,800 ($53). Though it's certainly not
the console debut that fans really
want, this happens to be the first console Pokémon game developed by Creatures Inc., creators of the main handheld series.
The game involves Pikachu competing and cooperating with other Pokemans in a sort of theme park through, according to Andriasang
, "tag, battle, and quiz mini-games." The game emphasizes Pikachu's interactions with his new friends and includes a camera mode to allow you to photograph the
Pokémon you meet.