The Pokémon franchise is known for its handheld games, trading cards,

Levison was equally dominant during the late 90s due to anime and manga,

It was only a matter of time before fans recognized the groundbreaking

saw the series move into home console territory

Pokémon Stadium was released on the Nintendo 64 in the year 2000 (1999 for Japan),

And it brought everyone's favorite 151 critters into three dimensions

Brought to life arguably every Pokéfanatic's dream come true.

The gameplay of Pokémon Stadium was in line with what many expected:

traditional turn-based battle formula using familiar creatures from Game Boy games,

But now in breathtaking 3D. It was certainly a sight to behold at the time,

Really only manga for fans of the series,