Demo:Pokémon Mystery Dungeon Rescue Team DX Demo

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'ポケモン不思議のダンジョン 救助隊DX 体験版
Pokémon Mystery Dungeon Rescue Team DX Demo Japanese.png
Information
Language English, Japanese, Spanish, French, German, Italian
Release Date January 9, 2020
Play Time Up to Mt.Steel
Platform(s) Nintendo Switch
Rating(s) CERO: A
Internal Name(s) [Data needed]
File Size 1.1GB
Synopsis [Data needed]

'Pokémon Mystery Dungeon Rescue Team DX (DEMO)
Pokémon Mystery Dungeon Rescue Team DX Demo English.png
Information
Language English, Japanese, Spanish, French, German, Italian
Release Date January 9, 2020
Play Time Up to Mt.Steel
Platform(s) Nintendo Switch
Rating(s) ESRB: E
ACB: G
PEGI: 7
Internal Name(s) [Data needed]
File Size 1.1GB
Synopsis [Data needed]

The demo for Pokémon Mystery Dungeon Rescue Team DX was announced on January 9, 2020, on the official Nintendo YouTube channel[citation needed], it was the downloadable and playable demo for the Nintendo Switch home console.

Gameplay[edit | edit source]

The demo behaves similarly to the demos of the original Red & Blue Rescue Team with a few tweaks.

The games boot up the same as the retail releases with the only major difference being the logo modified to include the word 'demo' or the various localization of the word. Rescue Team DX has only one menu option at the beginning: New Game. When selecting new game, the demo plays the normal introduction of the game. The player does get to choose their character or partner after the Personality Test. The player must travel through Tiny Woods to rescue Caterpie and reunite him with his mother, Butterfree. The partner shows the player to a base that they can use as a home and they decide to form a Rescue Team together. After this event, the player can change the team's name in the [[Rescue Team DX:|Main menu]] as well as the name of his Pokémon and his partner's. After getting news from the local mail-delivery Pelipper they set out to separate a couple Magnemite that have been stuck together and traverse through Thunderwave Cave. After rescuing the two Magnemite they thank the player and the demo ends after completing two more random missions and before Mt. Steel. Options like the Wonder Mail are also unlocked in the Main menu but can not be chosen prior to the demo. The player can not enters the Pelipper Post Office or any available dungeons, except the Dojo, in the game after that.

Character Stats[edit | edit source]

Pokémon have the following stats and moves upon starting the demo as they will always begin at Level 5.

Icon Pokémon Type Ability Nature Moves Stats Experience to
the next level
English Japanese Male Female HP Attack Defense Special Attack Special Defense Speed
Rescue Team DX Character Profile - Bulbasaur.png Bulbasaur フシギダネ Rescue Team DX - Grass-type Icon small.png Rescue Team DX - Poison-type Icon small.png Overgrow Hardy Brave Vine Whip Sludge 43 15 13 15 16 17 67
Tackle Seed Bomb
Rescue Team DX Character Profile - Charmander.png Charmander ヒトカゲ Rescue Team DX - Fire-type Icon small.png Blaze Docile Calm Dragon Rage Flame Burst 43 15 13 15 13 17 152
Bite Scratch
Rescue Team DX Character Profile - Squirtle.png Squirtle ゼニガメ Rescue Team DX - Water-type Icon small.png Torrent Jolly Relaxed Brick Break Water Gun 41 13 15 11 14 11 131
Tackle Bite
Rescue Team DX Character Profile - Pikachu.png Pikachu ピカチュウ Rescue Team DX - Electric-type Icon small.png Static Impish Hardy Fake Out Electro Ball 48 17 14 24 15 19 186
Grass Knot Iron Tail
Rescue Team DX Character Profile - Meowth.png Meowth ニャース Rescue Team DX - Normal-type Icon small.png Pickup Quirky Lonely Scratch Fake Out 41 12 11 11 11 18 143
Bite Foul Play
Rescue Team DX Character Profile - Psyduck.png Psyduck コダック Rescue Team DX - Water-type Icon small.png Cloud Nine Brave Brave Scratch Water Gun 41 13 11 15 11 14 169
Confusion Zen Headbutt
Rescue Team DX Character Profile - Machop.png Machop ワンリキー Rescue Team DX - Fighting-type Icon small.png Guts Lonely Impish Strength Karate Chop 46 18 13 12 13 13 170
Bullet Punch Brick Break
Rescue Team DX Character Profile - Cubone.png Cubone カラカラ Rescue Team DX - Ground-type Icon small.png Lightning Rod Relaxed Lonely Headbutt Bone Club 41 11 12 11 10 11 125
Brick Break Brutal Swing
Rescue Team DX Character Profile - Eevee.png Eevee イーブイ Rescue Team DX - Normal-type Icon small.png Adaptability Hasty Naive Swift Quick Attack 43 13 11 13 13 13 179
Bite Tackle
Rescue Team DX Character Profile - Chikorita.png Chikorita チコリータ Rescue Team DX - Grass-type Icon small.png Overgrow Quirky Docile Razor Leaf Ancient Power 41 13 13 11 13 13 70
Tackle Grass Knot
Rescue Team DX Character Profile - Cyndaquil.png Cyndaquil ヒノアラシ Rescue Team DX - Fire-type Icon small.png Blaze Timid Timid Quick Attack Ember 43 15 13 15 13 17 152
Double Kick Facade
Rescue Team DX Character Profile - Totodile.png Totodile ワニノコ Rescue Team DX - Water-type Icon small.png Torrent Naive Jolly Scratch Water Gun 41 15 14 11 13 11 138
Ice Fang Metal Claw
Rescue Team DX Character Profile - Treecko.png Treecko キモリ Rescue Team DX - Grass-type Icon small.png Overgrow Sassy Quirky Absorb Dragonbreath 44 14 13 16 14 18 166
Quick Attack Iron Tail
Rescue Team DX Character Profile - Torchic.png Torchic アチャモ Rescue Team DX - Fire-type Icon small.png Blaze Hasty Sassy Quick Attack Ember 43 15 13 15 13 15 159
Low Kick Peck
Rescue Team DX Character Profile - Mudkip.png Mudkip ミズゴロウ Rescue Team DX - Water-type Icon small.png Torrent Calm Timid Mud Bomb Water Gun 44 18 17 14 17 14 170
Tackle Mud-Slap
Rescue Team DX Character Profile - Skitty.png Skitty エネコ Rescue Team DX - Normal-type Icon small.png Cute Charm Naive Hasty Fake Out Echoed Voice 41 13 13 11 13 13 131
Charge Beam Grass Knot

Side notes[edit | edit source]

  • Datamines of the game reveal that there is more content that was not present in the original game nor in the demo:
    • Shiny Pokémon with their icons and pixel-based models.
    • Post Generation Ⅲ moves, Pokémon, abilities, and items.
  • Contents from the Shiren the Wanderer series were also found in the demo, but being empty for unknown reasons. It could be referenced to the Nintendo Switch port of Shiren the Wanderer 5 Plus, announced on March 26, 2020.[citation needed]

Gallery[edit | edit source]

Build date[edit | edit source]

Demo Rev 63864 build 1499 [Dec 02 2019] 19:15:21

See Also[edit | edit source]

Mystery Dungeon Franchise's Demos
Dragon Quest Torneko: The Last Hope (Demo)
Shiren the Wanderer Gaiden - Asuka the Swordswoman (PC Demo) • The Sleeping Princess of the Karakuri Mansion (Tokyo Game Show Preview) • The Tower of Fortune and the Dice of Fate (DS) (Trial Version • Storefront Trial) • The Tower of Fortune and the Dice of Fate (Vita) (Storefront Trial • Trial Version)
Pokémon Red and Blue Rescue Team (Demos) • Explorers of Time and Darkness (Kiosk Demos) • Explorers of Sky (Kiosk Demos • Pokémon Center Demo • DS Download Play Demos) • Adventure Squad Titles (Wiiware Demos) • Gates to Infinity (Demo) • Super Mystery Dungeon (Treehouse Demo) • Rescue Team DX (Demo)
Pokémon Mystery Dungeon: Gold Rescue Team -Challenge the Gold Rank!-

References[edit | edit source]

  • [1] Nintendo: Pokémon Direct YouTube Announcement (English).
  • [2] Pokémon: First Public Video (Japanese)
  • [3]
  • [4][5] Starting stats and moves.