Pokédex 3D's main feature is its Pokédex feature and it features several different aspects. First, on the top-screen, is the Pokémon viewer. This allows you to view the Pokémon in full 3D, both with the 3D model and stereoscopic 3D in one of a variety of backdrops. The Pokémon are animated and not simple lifeless statues. The three backdrops are a simple sunny day, a black PokéBall stage, a sunset within a forest, a space view, underwater ruins or a white gear area. You can also change the border around it to a variety of colours
Finally, you can also change the background music and alter the 3D effect while playing
On the bottom screen however is where the true details are to be shown. Here, you will find full details for the Pokémon. Their abilities, including Hidden Ability if available, their evolution, their egg groups, base stats, as well as all the moves the Pokémon is capable of learning. All this data is just related to Pokémon Black 2 & White 2. However, it's not limited to just that. You also have the ability to make the Pokémon animate through the touch of the button and you can view the AR Marker from the dex entry. You can also pause them from animating normally, or press the cry button. In addition to that, if you have taken any photographs with the Pokémon, you'll be able to load up the image and view it instantly.
Also new to this version, there is now a type chart that fully shows how much damage the Pokémon will receive from each type of move. This shows it as a value of 0, 0.25, 0.5, 1, 2 or 4.
If you select the various moves the Pokémon have, it will switch to the special Move Dex
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You also have the ability to search the Pokémon you have encountered through a variety of different methods. These methods are standard but are as follows; Name, Number, Type, Egg Group, Evolution, Height & Weight
You can also filter Pokémon by their ability, type, whether they learn any of the registered moves, egg group or by regional Pokédex.
In addition to that, you have the ability to save six of your favourite Pokémon. These six Pokémon can then be accessed quickly so you can get the data. This is very handy if you're building a team of six Pokémon.
The Move Dex works a lot like the Pokédex and is inter-connected with it. On the top-screen, you ill find the basic data on the moves including Power, Accuracy, PP, type of move, range and a description of the move and its special effects. This data matches the data given in Pokémon Black 2 & White 2 and
On the bottom screen is where you can find out the core part of the moves, the Pokémon that learn it. These are sorted alphabetically and give a detailed rundown on how they learn the move, if it's through TM or even if it is through Black 2 & White 2's move tutor.
If you select the Pokémon, it goes to the Pokédex feature
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Like the Pokédex, you have the ability to search the MoveDex for various moves. First you can sort by Name or Power, but you can then narrow your search down to include the type of the move and whether it is Physical, Special or Status, allowing for easy hunting of a specific move you desire on a Pokémon.