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Post by Cobthecobbler on Sun Mar 07, 2010 10:35 pm

Basic Information::
Pokémon Heart Gold & Soul Silver

Little is known about the upcoming Pokémon Heart Gold & Pokémon Soul Silver games. At the moment, all we know is that they are remakes of the original Gold & Silver games, set in the Johto region and coming out for the DS in Autumn/Fall of 2009.

As these games are remakes of Gold & Silver, they will feature both Johto & Kanto and follow the storyline of you as a new trainer, going through the gyms of Johto and Kanto, and winding up needing to thwart a Team Rocket plot to takeover the world with their Pokémon.

Even though it will follow closely on the basics of Pokémon Gold & Silver, there are a variety of new features brought into these remakes. Firstly, all the game mechanics are brought up to the 4th generation standards. Second, one of the major new features is that you can have any Pokémon follow you in the games. This way, you can truely personalise your experience. In addition to this, it also includes many aspects from the game Pokémon Crystal such as the Suicune Storyline.

In addition to the areas previously in Johto, there are new areas to be found within Johto such as the brand new Safari Zone. In addition to that, there are non-Johto Pokémon to be found in it including Kyogre in Heart Gold, Groudon in Soul Silver, Rayquaza, Dialga, Palkia & Giratina.

Between HeartGold & SoulSilver, almost all the currently available Pokémon are obtainable, barring most of the legendaries and starters introduced in Pokémon Diamond & Pokémon Pearl.

Heart Gold & Soul Silver is also packaged with a new peripheral; PokéWalker, which will allow you to transfer a Pokémon to it to train it up as you walk around your normal life. You can raise a Pokémon by 1 Level in each go with this and you can also capture Pokémon, many of which can only be found between the two games in it.

The games also have introduced the special events the Pokéathlon which has you using three of your Pokémon at once to partake in a set of mini-games utilising the DS' Touch Screen. These Pokéathlon events can also be played against your friends via the DS' local wireless features.

HeartGold & SoulSilver feature a variety of special areas and Pokémon activated by special event Pokémon including access to the Sinjoh Ruins and a special event in Ilex Forest featuring Celebi.

Following on from Diamond, Pearl & Platinum, HeartGold & SoulSilver feature all the WiFi features that were introduced in the previous three games allowing you to battle and trade between all games.

For all further details on this game, navigate the section using the links on the right-hand side.

Battle Frontier
The Battle Frontier, an area that originated in Pokémon Emerald makes a triumphant return in Pokémon HeartGold & SoulSilver. Situated to the north of Route 40, the Johto Battle Frontier is identical to the recently seen Sinnoh Battle Frontier



Battle Factory

The Battle Factory makes a welcome re-appearance from Pokémon Emerald. Like its previous counterpart, it has you battling only with Pokémon that you rent out here. You start off with a team and go through the factory, battling other people with rental Pokémon. Once you defeat them, you have the opportunity to take one of their Pokémon in exchange for one of yours, allowing you to change your team for the better.

The battles are done in sets of 7, and as you continue your streak, the Pokémon you face will become better and your opponents stronger. For this, you really have to learn your type-matchups and the Pokémon's stat strengths and weaknesses


Battle Tower

The Battle Tower also once again makes a re-appearance. It runs essentially exactly like the previous Battle Tower in Diamond & Pearl. It has three areas for you to go in; Single Battle, Double Battle & Multi-Battle. The battles are done in sets of 7 and as you progress through your streak, the Pokémon & opponents get stronger.


Battle Castle

The Battle Castle is a battle facility that works similar to the Battle Tower. However, this time you do not have your Pokémon healed after battle. Instead, you earn Castle Points which can be spent on a variety of things including healing and seeing your opponent's Pokémon. The battles are done in sets of 7 and as you progress through your streak, the Pokémon & opponents get stronger.


Battle Arcade

The Battle Arcade in the south-east Corner of the Battle Frontier. It is a single or multi battle so 3 on 3 or 2 on 2. Before each battle, depending on what you spin on the wheel, you will get certain prizes that will aid you in completing your streak, or that will inflict afflictions on either yourself or your opponent


Battle Hall

The Battle Hall in the north-west corner of the Battle Frontier is unique in that, as opposed to choosing a team of Pokémon to use, you can only use one or two if you're doing Double Battles. Once in, you get to select the type of the Pokémon you wish to face. The battles are done in sets of 7 and as you progress through your streak, the Pokémon & opponents get stronger.


Battle Shops

Like in past games, battling in the Battle Frontier and the Battle Tower earns you Battle Points. These can be saved up and then spent on various items in the various stalls placed around the Battle Frontier. There is also an extra stall that will allow you to buy scratch cards in the hope of winning up to three items

Pokethlon
Pokéathlon is a new game feature introduced in Pokémon Heart Gold & Pokémon Soul Silver. In the west of the National Park in Johto is the Pokéathlon Dome. This Dome is where a whole new Pokémon contest stands. However, the Pokéathlon is much different to the contests of Hoenn & Sinnoh. The Pokéathlon provides a variety of different games and events for the Pokémon to take part in. You always enter with three Pokémon. There are 10 different activities in the Pokéathlon, but you don't necessarily decide on the ones you play. Instead, you select one out of five categories; Speed, Power, Skill, Stamina & Jump. From there, three activities are chosen based upon that. If you win the activity, you will get "Suron Points" which you can then exchange for prizes.


To enter in the Pokéathlon, you have to select three Pokémon. The Pokémon you select should reflect the option you chose. As such, the Pokémon have specific stats for each of the categories. You can improve these stats through shaking Apricorns, but the maximum stats do depend on the Pokémon that you are entering, so choose carefully.


For each event you play, you earn a variety of points. After the round of three, you get given the points you have earned, plus 100 points if you came in first. You can then spend these points on cards to keep your records or on a variety of special and rare items. These items change each day so always plan your arrival for the item you want. The items are as follows
Monday;
Red Apricorn; 200P
Blue Apricorn; 200P
Green Apricorn; 200P
MooMoo Milk; 100P
Moonstone; 3000P
Rare Candy; 2000P
Full Restore; 500P
King's Rock; 3000P
Sun Stone; 3000P
Water Stone; 2500P
Shiny Stone; 3000P
Dusk Stone; 3000P
Tuesday
Yellow Apricorn; 200P
Pink Apricorn; 200P
White Apricorn; 200P
MooMoo Milk; 100P
Fire Stone; 3000P
PP Up; 1000P
Full Restore; 500P
Metal Coat; 2500P
WaterStone; 2500P
Water Stone; 2500P
Dusk Stone; 3000P
Dawn Stone; 3000P
Wednesday;
Blue Apricorn; 200P
Pink Apricorn; 200P
Black Apricorn; 200P
MooMoo Milk; 100P
Water Stone; 2500P
Heart Scale; 1000P
Full Restore; 500P
Dragon Scale; 2500P
ThunderStone; 2500P
Moonstone; 3000P
Shiny Stone; 3000P
DawnStone; 3000P
Thursday;
Yellow Apricorn; 200P
Pink Apricorn; 200P
White Apricorn; 200P
MooMoo Milk; 100P
ThunderStone; 2500P
PP Up; 500P
Full Restore; 500P
King's Rock; 3000P
Fire Stone; 2500P
Leaf Stone; 2500P
Shiny Stone; 3000P
Dusk Stone; 3000P
Friday;
Red Apricorn; 200P
Yellow Apricorn; 200P
Green Apricorn; 200P
MooMoo Milk; 100P
Metal Coat; 2500P
Nugget; 500P
Full Restore; 500P
Dragon Scale; 2500P
Water Stone; 2500P
SunStone; 3000P
Dusk Stone; 3000P
Dawn Stone; 3000P
Saturday;
Green Apricorn; 200P
White Apricorn; 200P
Black Apricorn; 200P
MooMoo Milk; 100P
Leaf Stone; 2500P
Rare Candy; 2000P
Full Restore; 500P
Metal Coat; 2500P
ThunderStone; 2500P
Shiny Stone; 3000P
Dusk Stone; 3000P
Dawn Stone; 3000P
Sunday;
Red Apricorn; 200P
Blue Apricorn; 200P
Black Apricorn; 200P
MooMoo Milk; 100P
King's Rock; 3000P
Heart Scale; 1000P
Full Restore; 500P
Nugget; 500P
Sun Stone; 3000P
Fire Stone; 2500P
Shiny Stone; 3000P
Dawn Stone; 3000P


Below are the Pokéathlon events that we know of;
Dash Hurdles

Dash Hurdles

Categories: Speed, Jump

The Dash Hurdles game is the first game that we were made aware of. This game is a race between your Pokémon and nine other Pokémon. It is a race in a straight line and it is controlled completely through the touch screen. Your three Pokémon are seen running on the top screen and are running essentially on their own. Your control is making your Pokémon jump the hurdles. This is done by simply tapping them on the DS's Touch Screen. The timing of the jump is crucial to build up speed as if you jump too early or too late, your Pokémon will collide with the hurdle. If you get the timing perfect however, your Pokémon will get a boost. You can see the upcoming obstacles on the top screen so you can be prepared for whatever Pokémon you need to make jump.

Even though you cannot see them, this is a race so you are against the clock and will have to try and claim all three of the top positions to obtain maximum points.
First Score to beat: 100.0
Second Score to beat: 80.0
Bounce Field

Bounce Field

Categories: Skill, Jump

The Bounce Field game is the second game that we were made aware of. This game makes full use out of the Touch Screen. The object of this game is to make your Pokémon bounce upwards by pulling the stylus down and then flicking it up. This sends your Pokémon flying. The task is to hit as many lights as possible to turn them off during the time limit. Like the other events, all three of your Pokémon are in this event at the same time so you can make good use out of this by potentially flicking them in opposite directions.

The angle and depth of the throw is quite crucial to this game as it is possible to get multiple lights at once, thus gaining more points. Once the time limit ends, your score will be tallied against the scores of the NPCs and the winner shall be determined.
First Score to beat: 350
Second Score to beat: 500
Ring Out Fight

Ring Out Fight

Categories: Power, Stamina

The Ring Out Fight game is another of the competitive games in Pokéathlon. Unlike the previous two events, this one has no focus on jumping but instead is similar to a sumo wrestling fight. One of your Pokémon is placed in a ring with three other Pokémon and you have to make sure they stay in the ring and knock Pokémon out of it at the same time. This is done by using the DS's stylus to flick your Pokémon into the other Pokémon. However, there are no walls in the ring so you have to make sure you only put a lot of power into the flick if you're going to collide with a Pokémon.

As you knock Pokémon out of the ring, other Pokémon will come in the ring until the time reaches 0. Once that happens, the Pokémon are ranked and the winner is determined by the amount of remaining Pokémon.
First Score to beat: 70
Second Score to beat: 100
Shooting Snow

Shooting Snow

Categories: Power, Skill

The Shooting Snow game is a Pokémon adaptation of a fun winter activity. This event pits your three Pokémon against three other teams of three Pokémon. Here, you are in a classic snowball fight against the other Pokémon. To control it, you just have to flick the Snowballs from your Pokémon to the other Pokémon. As such, the angle of the flick needs to be precise if you are to hit the Pokémon you desire. The power of the flick determines the distance the snowball goes. For each hit, you will get a point

When a Pokémon is hit by a snowball, they are temporarily dazed and will be unable to move or to throw a Snowball. As such, you have to move your Pokémon when a snowball is incoming in order to prevent your opponents getting a hit. This means you have to be focused on what your opponent is doing as well as what you yourself are to do.
First Score to beat: 30 /> Second Score to beat: 55
Charge Relay

Charge Relay

Categories: Speed, Stamina

The Charge Relay is essentially another race in a similar manner to the Dash Hurdles. However, this game has you control one Pokémon at a time on a race track. Controlling them by using the Touch Screen, you have to get the optimum speed and pass from Pokémon to Pokémon at a variety of points.

This can get tricky due to the fact that obstacles will sometimes come on the course and you'll have to quickly avoid them so you need to be completely alert in order to win the race.
First Score to beat: 12
Second Score to beat: 16
Break Block

Break Block

Categories: Power, Stamina

The Break Block activity requires your Pokémon to be strong and quick. You control one Pokémon at a time and you need to destroy the blocks in front of your Pokémon. This is also done on the Touch screen by tapping the blocks. It is best to get a good rhythm with this so that your Pokémon can get into the groove and hit the blocks successfully

Even though you're on your own, this is essentially a race to see who can destroy the blocks quicker and in higher amounts. As such, you need to plan the Pokémon you use strategically so you can win easier
First Score to beat: 80
Second Score to beat: 130
Push Circle

Push Circle

Categories: Power, Speed

The Push Circle is essentially similar to a game of King of the Hill. There are a variety of circles on the field and you have to control all three of your Pokémon and get them into the circles to gain points. The winners are those that are in the circle the longest. However, it is not as easy as it seems

As you are controlling all three Pokémon, and have nine opponents on the field at once, you will have to think even more strategically and try to push your opponents out of the circle. The smaller circles give you the more points so be sure to aim for those.
First Score to beat: 40
Second Score to beat: 60
Steal Flag

Steal Flag

Categories: Skill, Speed

The Steal Flag game is a simple capture the flag game. Your three Pokémon take it in turns to go around the course and collect flags. This is done by flicking the stylus across the touch screen. There are obstacles you have to factor in and move around, as well as the opponent Pokémon.

You can only collect 9 flags at once. In addition to that, you can collide with the opponent's Pokémon and take their flags. Take your flags back to the start and you'll get your third Pokémon sent.
First Score to beat: 35
Second Score to beat: 50
Catch Saucer

Catch Saucer

Categories: Jump, Power

The Catch Saucer game requires you to control all three of your Pokémon at all times. The task her is to have your Pokémon jump up and catch the saucers being shot over the field. The point of capture determines the amount of points earned from each catch. You control the movement of all three Pokémon using the Stylus and tap them in order to jump.

In order to make sure your Pokémon get the saucer, you will also have to knock your opponents off of the platform. This will temporarily remove them from play.
First Score to beat: 40
Second Score to beat: 70
Smash Goal

Smash Goal

Categories: Skill, Power

The Smash Goal is a three a-side four team soccer match. You control all three of your Pokémon at once and your task is to shoot balls into the other team's goals as well as prevent the other team from knocking a ball into yours. You control all three Pokéon with the touch screen and a hard flick of the stylus will cause the Pokémon to strongly hit the ball

Each goal results in +1 point to the scoring team and -1 point to the defending team. After a while, several balls start to come on the field at once. After a while, a big gold ball will come which counts for 2 points
First Score to beat: 3
Second Score to beat: 9


Record Hall Room 1

Record Hall

Downstairs, in the Pokéathlon Dome, you will find a variety of record halls. The first of which is available immediately.

If you check the trophy cases in this area, you will be able to check each type of Pokéathlon Contest and you can check each one to see your high score for each of the Pokéathlon contest categories. It will show you if you have received the medal for beating the main score or getting a crown for beating the all star high score.
Record Hall Room 2

Individual Pokémon

After you have received a medal in each of the Pokéathlon contests, the second room opens up. This room contains indidvidual statistics for each of your Pokémon, showing their medals. Once they have received medals in each of the 5 categories, they will receive a special Pokéathlon tag and a crown. If you get 10 Pokémon with the ribbons, you'll get more bonus Pokéathlon points.
Record Hall Room 3

Individual Events

Next, when you have obtained all event medals of an individual Pokémon, the third room shall open. This room has a computer in the middle which allows you to check the Top 5 scores for each Pokéathlon event. These are the scores mentioned above and help you work out what you need to do on each of the events. The events you have not got a high score on yet are uncoloured and if you have beaten both scores, a crown is included above it

Hall of Fame

Finally, when you have obtained a high score in each of the events, you will have access to the fourth and final room which contains gold statues of you and your Pokémon. You are welcomed there by Kobushi, the Pokéathlon champion.

The PokeWalker::
PokéWalker is a new bit of hardware which is said to be bundled in with Pokémon Heart Gold & Soul Silver. This bit of hardware is special in that it will allow you to transfer one Pokémon from your HeartGold & Soul Silver games onto Pokéwalker. As PokéWalker is a pedometre, when you walk about, your Pokémon will slowly raise level and happiness. This will allow you to raise your Pokémon as you go about your daily lives.

However, that is not all. As you play on your PokéWalker, you will occassionally come across mini-games of sorts. These mini-games will also have an effect on your Heart Gold & Soul Silver games. One includes finding of items while you're walking. These include items such as Potions. You will also sometimes come across wild Pokémon while you play.

Pokéwalker

Accessing the Pokéwalker Connection Screen: When you turn on your game (after you have played it long enough to have a save file) you will be brought to the start-up screen which has a lot of options. The option for the Pokéwalker Connection Screen is among these. Here is a list of the options:

* つづきから はじめる - Continue
* さいしょから はじめる - Start new game
* ポケウォーカーと せつぞく - Connect with Pokéwalker
* ふすぎな おくりもの - Mystery Gift
* _______から つれてくる - Bring Pokemon from _______ (Once you've reached Pal-Park)
* Wi-Fiせってい - Wi-Fi Settings
* eメールせってい - eMail Settings


There is no way to lose your Pokemon while it is in the Pokéwalker. Running out of batteries will simply make you lose steps and Watts. Your Pokemon will be safe. If you are to lose your Pokéwalker, then you can restore your Pokemon back into your games. As a note, if you happen to find your Pokéwalker after you have restored your Pokemon, you can not send the other one inside of the Pokéwalker back to the game (essentially cloning). To get your Pokemon back if ever your Pokéwalker breaks/gets lost, go the Pokéwalker Connection Screen and press & hold:

* Up + Select + R


Once you do this, your Pokéwalker will be reset and your Pokemon will go back into your box. Your Pokemon will be restored to as it originally was when you put it in the Pokéwalker. If you do find your Pokéwalker after you have restored your Pokemon, you need to reset the Pokéwalker.

To set a Pokéwalker back to it's original settings, go to the Pokéwalker Connection Screen and press & hold:

* Down + X + L


Once you have done this, either a new Pokéwalker, or an old one that you reset will be able to be synced with the game as you did when you first set it up.

Once a Pokemon is in the Pokéwalker, you will have two important choices that you can choose from on the Pokéwalker Connection Screen (on the DS). These are:

* Return from walk (おでかけから かえす) - This is the top (default) choice. It will take the Pokemon from the Pokéwalker and return it to the game along with all other Items, caught Pokemon and Watts.
* Receive Present (プレゼントを うけとる) - This will not return your Pokemon to the game from the Pokéwalker, rather, it will return your Watts, caught Pokemon and items to the game and leave your Pokemon in the Pokéwalker.


Sometimes when on a Route with no Pokemon in the Pokéwalker, a wild Pokemon will automatically take the role as your lead Pokemon. When this happens, you will not be able to put a Pokemon from your box into the Pokéwalker until you take out the wild one that joined you. The way to do this is as follows:

* Go on a walk (おでかけに いく) - This option is for putting a Pokemon from your box into the Pokéwalker. If a wild Pokemon takes over, you will not be able to use this option until you have returned it.
* Return from walk (おでかけから かえす) - This option will take the Pokemon in the Pokéwalker out of it. If a wild Pokemon joins you when you have no lead Pokemon, you must use this button first and then use the 'go for a walk' button as listed above.
* Receive Present (プレゼントを うけとる) - This will not return your Pokemon to the game from the Pokéwalker, rather, it will return your Watts, caught Pokemon and items to the game and leave your Pokemon in the Pokéwalker.


Other important information:

* 20 steps = 1w
* Each Route has three pre-set advantaged Pokemon types. Click here for a list of all Routes
* Walking with a Pokemon that has an advantaged-type will bring the required steps to find a certain Pokemon down by 25%. It also appears to make rarer Pokemon easier to find.
* Each Pokéwalker Route consists of three groups. Each of these groups have two Pokemon in them. When a Pokemon is sent to the Pokéwalker, the Pokéwalker will randomly pick one Pokemon from each group. The Pokemon that did not get randomly selected within a group will not ever appear during that walk.
* Pokemon can only gain 1 level per walk
* 1 exp for every step (A Pokemon will not gain any more experience once it has enough for one level, but it will continue to gain happiness)
* Random Pokemon will fill in for the lead Pokemon sometimes if no lead Pokemon is in the Pokéwalker. You will know when this happens because this speech balloon will pop-up:
* The greater a Pokemon's happiness, the better chances are it will find a higher number of Watts for you periodically. Aside from finding Watts, a Pokemon can also find items. In order to take these found Watts/item from your Pokemon just press the center button when one of the below icons appear:
o = 10w
o = 20w
o = 50w
o = Item


Note: Keep in mind that sometimes even though one of the speech balloons show up doesn't always mean that they will be holding Watts or an item.


PokéRadar
ポケトレ
The PokéRadar is one of the features available inside of the Pokéwalker. Once used, you get the chance of searching for a Pokemon inside of one of four patches of grass. When you find a Pokémon, you will get an Exclamation Mark which will help determine the Pokémon that you are getting. The amount of Exclamation Marks shown can be used for one or two groups so it's not always a clear indicator.

* !!! - Group A Pokémon
* !! - Group A Pokémon or Group B Pokémon
* ! - Group B Pokémon or Group C Pokémon
* ! - Group C Pokémon

Once a Pokemon is found using the PokéRadar, you get into a small battle with it. Rules are very similar to that of the normal Pokemon games, you have to knock the wild Pokemon's health down to low, and then throw a Poke Ball to catch it. There are three options that you are given to battle, which are:

* Attack (こうげき) - [Left Button] Hits the opponent to lower HP.
* Catch (つかまえる) - [Center Button] Throw a Poke Ball in order to catch the wild Pokemon.
* Evade (かわす) - [Right Button] When the opponent Pokemon goes to attack, you can dodge it and do damage with a counter attack.


There is a limit of up to three Pokemon that you can catch at a time on the Pokéwalker. For any wild Pokemon that you catch after your box maxes-out at three, you will have the option of switching-out with one of your previous catches. If your Pokemon is knocked out during battle on the Pokéwalker, you will lose up to 10W. Opposing Pokemon are not knocked out, if they run out of life then they run away. Here are some of the situations that might happen for each option:

* Attack (こうげき):
o Normal Hit (-1 Life Bar)
o Critical Hit (-2 Life Bars)
o Opponent Evades
* Evade (かわす):
o Counter Attack (-1 Life bar)
o Stare-off (Neither Pokemon takes damage)
o Opponent runs away
* Catch (つかまえる):
o Succeed
o Fail (Wild Pokemon will run away if the Poke Ball fails to catch it)

# Cost: 10W
# Limit: 3 Pokemon
Click here for a list of all Routes and Pokémon in the Routes

Dowsing MCHN
ダウジング

The Dowsing MCHN is another one of the many features that the Pokéwalker holds. When used, you get a total of two chances to search out an item among six patches of grass. Similar to the PokéRadar, the Dowsing MCHN also holds a limit of three. You can only bring back three items at a time to the games, so once you pass the limit of three items, you have to start switching out old items for new ones if you see fit. There are one of two messages that will appear if you do not find your item the first time. They are:

* ちかくに はんのう - Response from close (In a patch on either the direct left or right hand side)
* とおくに はんのう - Response from far (In a patch two or more away from where you searched)

* Cost: 3W
* Limit: 3 items



Communication
つうしん
If you connect to a friend's Pokéwalker, you can both receive items. You are only allowed to communicate with the same friend once per day. There is a limit of ten items that you can hold when receiving items via this method. This is also the option that you use to send your Pokemon from and to the game.
In addition to this, when you connect to the friend's Pokéwalker, it sends the team you had when you last connected across to your friend and you receive their team. When you next connect with the main games, that trainer and their team will be included in the Viridian City Trainer House and you'll be able to battle them daily, earning 1 B.P. for each win.

* Error Messages:
o あいてがいません - There is nothing to communicate with (make sure you are close enough)
o つうしんしっぱい - Failed while communicating (just retry)

* Cost: --
* Limit: Same friend only once per day; up to 10 items (Communication with the game is unlimited)



Information
じょうほう

This is the option to find out information about the Pokéwalker's current status/owner/walking information. When you Select this option, you will be brought to a screen that will have 3 lines:

1. Trainer Name
2. Current Route Name
3. Current Time


Press right up to seven times from there and you will be brought to a screen with four lines:

1. Day (-1 ~ -7)
2. Steps
3. Total number of days
4. Total steps over the number of days in line 3



Held
てもち

This is where to check what items you have and what Pokemon you have caught. Simply go through your list using left and right to see what you have.
Settings
せってい

This is the place to change either sound (left) or contrast (right) settings. Sound has 3 different settings; Mute, Medium, Loud. To change the contrast just scroll through the contrast bar until you get the contrast you like.

* Sound
* Contrast

Captured Pokémon

As the Pokéwalker has a monochrome screen and very little resolution, you don't have the ability to check the details of the Pokémon that you capture in the Pokéwalker. When you transfer them to the main games, you will then be able to check the statistics of the Pokémon. All Pokémon captured on the Pokéwalker have "Pokéwalker" as their place of capture

PokéWalker Diary

To top that off, when you return your Pokémon to Heart Gold or Soul Silver, the goings on of your Pokémon will be added to your PokéWalker Diary in the game. This will tell you if you captured any Pokémon, meet any other trainers or found items while out in your walk.

*All information from Serebii.net, for more information about the game, go to http://serebii.net/heartgoldsoulsilver/.
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