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Pokémon Conquest

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Title Screen

Pokémon Conquest

Also known as: Pokémon + Nobunaga no Yabou (JP)
Developer: Koei
Publishers: The Pokémon Company (JP), Nintendo (US/EU/AU)
Platform: Nintendo DS
Released in JP: March 17, 2012
Released in US: June 18, 2012
Released in EU: July 27, 2012
Released in AU: June 21, 2012


DevTextIcon.png This game has hidden development-related text.
GraphicsIcon.png This game has unused graphics.
TextIcon.png This game has unused text.
PiracyIcon.png This game has anti-piracy features.


Pokémon Conquest is a hybrid between characters from the well-known Pokémon series and the not-so-well-known Nobunaga's Ambition series. It worked out surprisingly well.

Sub-Pages

Pokemon Conquest Growlithe 4.png
Unused Graphics
Tons of stuff in here! Even credits where not a soul is mentioned!
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Unused Text
All sorts of names and items and goodies from your mainstream Pokémon game!

Anti-Piracy Features

If the game detects that it's running on an outdated emulator or a flashcard, the game will hang when booted.

Dummy Items

Several items named "dummy" appear in the game, and can be made to appear in-game via cheats. They will only appear on the equip screen, and cannot be selected.

Single-Use

All items in this category are listed under normal items. All but the first one pull their description text from the game's story descriptions.

Default description used for when no item is selected.

A legend, passed down through generations... A land in turmoil... Two heroes will clash, but only one will

Possibly the unused intro for the story "The Legend of Ransei", which is the main/intro story of the game.

The tale of how a young Nobunaga, dismissed as a mere fool, came to become the mightiest Warrior in all of Ransai.

The story description of "The Road to Conquest", and the story of Nobunaga.

Hideyoshi has great dreams for the future. Luckily for him, he has the two visionaries Hanbei and Kanbei at his 

The story description of "Happily Ever After", and the story of Hideyoshi.

With high hopes placed on him by his faithful allies, Ieyasu sets out to collect as many Pokémon as he can...

The story description of "The Burden of Peace", and the story of Ieyasu.

Yukimura has been appointed Warlord in Shingen's stead. Can he live up to the pressure and do his lord proud...?

The story description of "The Way of the Warrior", and the story of Yukimura.

The tale of two rivals, among the greatest Warriors in all of Ransei, and the one person who anticipated their 

The story description of "The Joy of Battle", and the story of Kenshin, just with the last part cut off.

Ginchiyo, famous for for hating defeat like no other, has a chance to be crowned Ransei's Greatest Beauty...

The story description of "Pride and Precociousness", and the story of Ginchiyo.

Equipment

The following three are unique, as they are placed in-between the Harmony Drum and the Metal Mirror.

Slightly increases the probability of successfully recruiting Warriors.
Increases the probability of successfully recruiting Warriors.
Significantly increases the probability of successfully recruiting Warriors.

Development-Related Text

Download.png Download psl.sadl
File: Pokémon_Conquest_SADL.rar (6.06KB) (info)

Within the folder /root/sndinfo is a SADL text file containing 1,333 lines of #defines for all of the audio contained in the game's sound data file.

Regional Differences

Japan US
Pokemon Conquest Japanese Title Screen.png EN Title Screen Conquest.png

Other than the obvious logo change, "PUSH START BUTTON" became "PRESS START" and the copyright font was completely changed. Notably, the Koei Tecmo Games Ltd. copyright uses Japanese characters in the original release.

The Japanese name is (translated) Pokémon + Nobunaga's Ambition. The latter is a game series that is well-known in Japan, which is what the core of this game is based around, but not well-known elsewhere. As a result, the localization team changed the game's title to prevent confusion.