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How To Put Away The Poketch In Pokemon Brilliant Diamond And Shining Pearl

This huge watch-like interface takes up a ton of the screen. This guide on How To Put Away The Poketch In Pokemon Brilliant Diamond And Shining Pearl will tell you how you can remove this monstrosity from your view so you can continue enjoying the new art style of Brilliant Diamond and Shining Pearl.

When you arrive in Jubilife City you will find a man that asks you to find three clowns. You need to find each of the three clowns around the city and answer their questions. These are all very simple questions that even players playing for the first time will be able to answer. However, there’s no punishment for getting them wrong, so process of elimination can do the trick if you don’t immediately know the correct responses. Once you have all of the coupons return to the man to get your Poketch.

How To Put Away The Poketch In Pokemon Brilliant Diamond And Shining Pearl

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This feature was likely a lot more exciting on a touchscreen, it’s pretty useless here. At the start there’s a calculator, a step counter, and a group function. You unlock more apps as you progress through the game, but anyway, on to how to put it away.

It’s very simple, you press R to interact with the Poketch. This brings up a screen with a hand you can use to navigate through the different apps. If you ever want to put it away, simply hold the R button. Once you hold the button, it will disappear from the screen, then simply press the button again to bring it out.

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