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Cycling Road
06-08-2011, 01:26 AM
I'm currently right now playing Pokemon Stadium 2 on my Nintendo 64, and I'm in the minigames section and it says "If Diglett keeps moving even when the Control Stick is untouched, press the L R and B buttons." What does that even mean and are there any Diglett games? It's weird that it says stuff like that and I don't know why and does anyone have any tips on how to beat the game and what Pokemon to use for every situation?

Pokemon Trainer Sarah
06-08-2011, 03:01 AM
Well if you turn on the N64 and you happen to have the control stick pushed down/left/right etc. then the game takes that as the default position of the control stick. So then if you let go of the control stick and don't touch it, the cursor on the screen will move by itself. So if the little Diglett on that screen moves by itself, that means your control stick isn't set to the default position correctly and pressing those buttons will reset it.

As for beating the game, was there any particular part you wanted help with? Like particular gym leaders or tournament types?

Cycling Road
06-08-2011, 03:06 AM
I used to have a guidebook to look at but now since it's ruined and thrown away, I haven't been able to do it and the game has been a struggle. Trainers in the Stadium games, for 1 and 2, use types that they normally wouldn't use in the regular GBC games, Pokemon Gold and Silver and Crystal altogether. Luckily I still have my Pokemon Colosseum Strategy Guide and it's hard to find the exact copy of the Pokemon Stadium 2 Guidebook I had because when I went to stores and asked about them, they told me they didn't have them.

Edit: I see Diglett doing a cool trick. The only thing that really should be moving is the Togepi because it normally moves around.