News Archive - March 2004

A Few Updates
Tuesday, March 30, 2004 @ 11:19 PM EST
I've added more content to the Fire Red/Leaf Green Walkthrough, which is near completion. I've also renamed the Download Center into Music Center since all the downloads are music files, and we won't ever have any other file types for download. That's all the updates for today.
By: Mewtwo

Colloseum Watch/Classic NES Games on GBA
Tuesday, March 30, 2004 @ 5:06 AM EST
Only 100 Pokémon Colloseum collector’s watches are on hand, and the dial design features legendary Pokémon Raikou, Suicune, and Entei, and a new hero from Pokémon Colosseum! The only way to Snag it, however, is to enter the “Win the Pokémon Colosseum Collector’s Watch Sweepstakes” from BradyGAMES and eWatch Factory, now happening on!

Go to, and click on the ad for the sweepstakes. Then fill out you’re e-mail address, home state, and code word and they’ll do the rest. After the sweepstakes’ conclusion on May 31, they’ll pick one hundred random entries and give out one hundred awesome, very exclusive limited edition Pokémon Colosseum watches!

What are you waiting for? Oh, the code word! Here it is: SNAG

Just enter that code word for your chance to win. Multiple entries, bot entries, electronic rigging, and automatic computerized entries will disqualify you, so no cheating! Good luck and don’t forget to check the eWatch site HERE for other brand new Pokémon Colosseum watch designs!

Also, Nintendo has officially announced the Classic NES Series for the GameBoy Advance! Something like the Classic NES Series has already been released in Japan, but now North America will see the release of certain NES games on the GameBoy Advance. The NES games that will be released for the GameBoy Advance are: Bomberman, Donkey Kong, Excitebike, Ice Climber, Legend of Zelda, PacMac, Super Mario Bros., and Xevious. These games will be released on June 7th and will cost $19.99 each. But that's not all! There will also be a Limited Edition GameBoy Advance SP that will be released. The inside of the GameBoy Advance SP is designed to look like a classic NES controller.

Just imagine, having the original Nintendo games at your fingertips!!!
By: NeeHerc22

Pokemon Dream In Another Language
Sunday, March 28, 2004 @ 7:32 PM EST
I have added a translation feature to nearly all of Pokemon Dream's pages. This can be found on the sidebars under the words "Translation". Choose a language, and it'll translate that page into the language chosen. I'm sure that many Pokemon fans who don't speak English will appreciate this new feature, and hopefully, can begin enjoying what PD has to offer.
By: Mewtwo

Big News for Pokemon on the GBA
Saturday, March 27, 2004 @ 10:27 AM EST
Despite what you have heard from many rumors, Pokemon Green Leaf will not be changed at all when it hit stores in North America! Both Red Fire and Green Leaf are scheduled to be released during Fall 2004 in North America. But then again, these released dates always change, so I'm calculating that it'll come out in Winter 2004.

In other news, Nintendo has found yet another way to make us spend our money! This time, it has little to do with games, even though it's on the GBA! Video cartridges can be played on the GBA, so that you can watch videos on your favorite hand held console! The videos will be in color. The first two Video Cartridges to be released will be from the Pokemon TV Series! (Seriously, what else will they be? Well, the Legend of Zelda's a good idea...oh right, back to Pokemon! Sorry!) One will feature the episodes "Playing with Fire" and "Johto Photo Finish." The other will feature the episodes "A Hot Water Battle" and "For Ho-oh the Bell Tolls." This are due to come out during in May, so keep your eyes open.
By: LeaderMarina
Thursday, March 25, 2004 @ 4:38 PM EST
Head over to the completely re-done for strategy, video, screenshots and much more of the biggest Pokemon adventure ever! Register to be a Trainer and earn points to purchase downloads. You can also purify Shadow Pokemon by answering trivia questions, then download a custom screensaver!
By: NeeHerc22

Pokemon Colosseum Released
Monday, March 22, 2004 @ 10:16 AM EST
Today is March 22nd, the release date of Pokemon Colosseum in the US. This means that those fans who've pre-ordered it will get the game shipped to them, and some stores might have it in stock. Stores will definitely have it in stock in a few more days.

Pokemon Colosseum looks like a great game, and I bet that it will sell real well (just like any other Pokemon game). Unfortunately, I don't have a GameCube, so I won't be doing any walkthroughs on the Story Mode. Hopefully, someone can contribute a walkthrough so that Pokemon Dream will have complete info on Colosseum.
By: Mewtwo

Attempted Murder Caused By Pokemon
Friday, March 19, 2004 @ 12:59 PM EST
A thirteen year old boy attending South Omiya Junior High School in Saitama City, Japan attempted to kill several classmates on March 5th. The boy was insulted by six classmates who reportely likened him to a Pokemon character. The boy brought a Japanese sword belonging to his grandfather from home, and injured several of his classmates.

Many attempted murders, murders, and suicides occured because of Pokemon before. Because of this, many countries think that Pokemon is evil. I feel that it's just these people who have problems, and can't solve it in any way other than violence.
By: Mewtwo

Poll Results & Updates
Friday, March 19, 2004 @ 6:57 AM EST
The results for last weeks poll are in. The poll question was: Would you buy Pokemon Colosseum? 81% of the voters voted Yes, 12% voted Maybe, and 6% voted No. A total of 427 people voted. A new poll is up to replace the old one.

I have updated the screenshots page for The Fissure Sky's Interviewer, the seventh Pokemon movie. I have also added an episode guide to Pokemon Advanced, and have updated the list of episodes with more English names. Finally, I have added a page for the newest Pokemon TCG set, Pokemon-e EX Team Magma vs. Team Aqua.
By: Mewtwo

Shiny Zigzagoon
Friday, March 19, 2004 @ 4:48 AM EST
Get this! You can get a shiny Zigzagoon! You must do this: Go to your nearest Gamestop store. Look for the Sonic or Custom Robo demo.

Make sure you've at least one free slot in your party.
Wait for Sonic or CustomRobo demo to reset.
Plug your Game Boy into the cable at the bottom of the machine, don't switch it on!
Choose the Pokemon option.
When prompted, turn your Game Boy on.
Yay, Zigzagoon.
By: NeeHerc22

Pokemon Box for Ruby and Sapphire
Thursday, March 18, 2004 @ 11:02 PM EST
Pokemon Box is finally going to be released in the US. Nintendo says that the date is announced but no date! They finally put a link to the game on their site. Click here to take a look.

Thanks to Jonouchi from the forums for the info.
By: NeeHerc22 Updated With Colosseum Info
Thursday, March 18, 2004 @ 10:40 AM EST, the official Pokemon games website, has been updated with Pokemon Colosseum information. It contains information on the Story Mode, the Battle Mode, and even information on connected your GBA to your GC. Check out the website for more information.
By: Mewtwo

Pokemon Colosseum Bundle In Europe
Monday, March 15, 2004 @ 6:16 AM EST
We've got some great news for European Pokemon fans! On May 14th, the release date of Pokemon Colosseum in Europe, a special Pokemon Colosseum bundle will also be released. This bundle will cost 160 Euros, and will contain a GameCube, Pokemon Colosseum, Pokemon Box, a GameCube/Game Boy Advance Link Cable, and a Memory Card 251. It sounds like a great bundle, and will probably sell well when released.
By: Mewtwo

Joy Spots
Friday, March 12, 2004 @ 7:46 AM EST
Nintendo of Japan has recently announced Joy Spots. Joy Spots are special areas set up in selected Japanese stores for wireless gaming with the GameBoy Advance Wireless Adapter. This is basically places where games gather and have fun. Since Fire Red/Leaf Green are currently the only games that support the Wireless Adapter, they will be the first games to be supported in the Joy Spots. There will even be Joy Spot Tournaments!
By: Mewtwo

Gold Layout
Thursday, March 11, 2004 @ 8:35 AM EST
I have changed Pokemon Dream's layout to a gold-colored one, and have made new banners to come with it. I have also cleaned up the HTML (the language used to build this site) a bit. It has quite a long time since the last layout change, so I decided to do something newer and better. I feel that this gold color is very attractive, and hope that all of you feel that too.

In addition to the layout change, I have added three new Pokemon Advanced episode guides.
By: Mewtwo

Pokemon EX: Team Magma VS Aqua
Tuesday, March 9, 2004 @ 7:35 AM EST
The newest Pokemon TCG set, Pokemon EX: Team Magma VS Team Aqua, is set for release soon. We currently have some information on this new set, which contains a total of 97 cards. 2 of these 97 seven cards are secret cards. One is Absol, and the other is Jirachi. One Absol can be found per booster box (you must have the box), and Jirachi can be found through normal booster packs. Pre-release events are currently being held. Check to see if an event is near you.

I've set up a Topsites. This is used to rank other Pokemon websites. I've noticed that almost every large sized Pokemon sites have this, so I put one up too. If you're a webmaster, then join now.
By: Mewtwo

Updated 7th Movie Site
Monday, March 8, 2004 @ 10:30 AM EST
The website for the 7th Pokemon movie, The Fissure Sky's Visitor was updated with more images and a new trailer. The new trailer is just an extended version of the previous one, this time revealing the two other "versions" of Deoxys, which can be found in the games Fire Red and Leaf Green. Pokemon Dream will have more information on this movie soon. The website can be found by clicking here.

I've set up a Web Hosting page for webmasters who need hosting. Please check it out.
By: Mewtwo

Pokemon: Wish Maker Jirachi
Sunday, March 7, 2004 @ 1:45 PM EST
This will be the sixth American released Pokemon movie. It is currently out in Japan. Yet, the rumor is it is coming straight to DVD here.
By: SassySuicune

Poll Results
Sunday, March 7, 2004 @ 12:38 PM EST
The previous poll was: What's your favorite region? Over half of the voters selected Hoenn as their favorite region. Johto and Kanto was voted for evenly. This time, a total of 627 people voted. A new poll is up, so please vote.

So what's my favorite region? Well, I'd have say that I like every region the same amount. They are all great places to live (if it were real), travel, and catch Pokemon.
By: Mewtwo

Colosseum Release Date in Europe.
Friday, March 5, 2004 @ 9:22 PM EST
Pokemon Colosseum will now be released in Europe on May 14, 2004. So all of you PokeFans in Europe will have to wait a few extra months for the Poke game of the year. I am not yet sure if this has been confirmed by Nintendo, but then again I found it on the offical Europe Gamecube site...
By: LeaderMarina

Finally Back Up
Friday, March 5, 2004 @ 7:11 AM EST
After a long bit of down time and some problems with server changing, Pokemon Dream has finally switched servers! If you are reading this message, then you know we're on a new and blazing fast server. Our current host it a great company called HostItNow Networks. There definitely won't be bandwidth problems here, as we currently have five times more bandwidth than before, which for now is more than enough.

Now that everything's set up, I can finally relax. Well, relax for a few days and then continue doing the Fire Red/Leaf Green Walkthrough, which hasn't been worked on in a long time. Yes, Pokemon Dream's back, and it'll be better than ever before...
By: Mewtwo