The Pokémon Company has treated Pokémon Super Mystery Dungeon‘s official website in Japan to a generous helping of new content.
That has broadly shared information about the villages in the Nintendo 3DS exclusive, which act as bases and are located across numerous continents. Lapras will help you travel between them, and other Pokémon have roles to play in running stores and helping with tasks.
Hawlucha will run a shop where players can learn new moves and change abilities, whereas Kangaskhan is responsible for running Waiwai Town’s Pokémon Café – that rewards you with presents whenever you help a Pokémon.
As in Pokémon Mystery Dungeon: Gates to Infinity, Klefki will open locked treasure chests while Cofagrigus will buy gold bars that you collect on your dungeon travels. Meanwhile, Meowth owns a special theatre that will let you visit special dungeons with unique rules that are far tougher than those that you normally face. Once completed, you can also upload a video of your efforts to YouTube.
Lastly, those that enjoy the game’s soundtrack can listen to it in entirety in the Jukebox, even when your Nintendo 3DS is in Sleep Mode.
Pokémon Super Mystery Dungeon will release exclusively for Nintendo 3DS in Japan on September 17th, North America during Q4 2015, and Europe in early 2016.