During the last Nintendo Direct conference, it was announced that when “Pokémon Black Version 2” and “Pokémon White Version 2” are released in Japan next month, they will be accompanied with two Nintendo 3DS applicati0ns – “Pokédex 3D Pro”, a paid expansion on the free Pokédex 3D software that includes information on all currently known Pokémon, not only those available in the Unova region of Pokémon Black and White, as well as “Pokémon AR Searcher”, a Face Raiders-style application that has players catching Pokémon that will later be sent to copies of Black 2 and White 2, including the newly revealed “Sacred Beast” formes of Thundurus, Tornadus and Landorus.
Official Nintendo Magazine have today revealed that the two applications will, as expected, be made available in Europe around the same time the DS pair are released here. Also, they announced that AR Searcher has a new name: “Pokémon Dream Radar”, referring to how the game takes place in Dream Valley, a place between the real world and Pokémon world (how’s the fourth wall holding up? To shreds you say?). Also, the “Pokédex 3D Pro” app will have all Pokémon data pre-installed, as opposed to the original Pokédex 3D app, where you only obtained 3 new Pokémon a day via SpotPass.