Pokémon Dash

Pokémon Dash (ポケモンダッシュ, Pokemon Dasshu?) is a racing video game developed by Ambrella for the Nintendo DS. It was a launch title in Japan and Europe. Dash was released in Japan on December 2, 2004; Europe on March 11, 2005; North America on March 13, 2005; and Australia April 7, 2005. It was the first Pokémon game to be released for Nintendo DS.

The player uses a stylus to control a Pikachu and race through checkpoints. After players have passed each of the number of checkpoints in order, the course is completed. Dash has multiplayer support, and can connect with 6 different devices. The game received a mediocre score of 5/10 from IGN because the player could only play as Pikachu in single player, and could also be finished within hours.

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... Alex Navarro rated the game 5.2/10 stating Dash "is simply one of the laziest uses of the DS's touch screen technology to date" ... GamePro's Slo Mo rated the game 3.5/5 stating "Dash might not make much of a splash, but it should be a good kid-pleaser." GameSpy's Phil Theobald rated the game 2/5 stating "Gimmicky ... By December 23, Dash had sold 109,000 copies ...

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