Returning from the original Super Smash Bros. It is faithful to the original composition; the overall instrumentation is a synthesized emulation of an orchestral performance, primarily focusing on brass and strings. Though largely similar to the previous remix with the same focus on brass and strings, it now uses a live orchestra and choir. This incarnation starts as an electric guitar solo before going into an orchestrated version, which incorporates more woodwinds as well as the traditional brass and strings. For the final loop, the melody is raised in key by three half steps. This track was used in Pikachu 's character trailer on the official website and in its Classic Mode credits.
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When in the Battle Resort, you have the ability to speak to this lady in the island part of the Battle Resort, south of the day care centre. When you speak to her, she'll ask you if you wish to change the music. They are selected at random. When this decoration is placed, you have the ability to change the music that plays in your base. This music also will play when other people visit your base through QR Code, StreetPass or PassingBy so you can use it to personalise your base even further. There are seven pieces of music for you to choose. When you go to battle a friend, if you set the game up, you can also select Music. You start off with four pieces, but as you get further in the game, you unlock more pieces of music. This is also an option when you go in to Battle Spot. This can all be controlled by tapping the bottom screen as you prepare for the battle, with the PSS now featuring buttons to help you go forward or backward.
The Battle Frontier replaces the Battle Tower in its location south of Route , and likewise is only accessible by taking the S. Tidal from Lilycove City or Slateport City. However, there are some other references to the Battle Frontier. In the Battle Maison , a man mentions that the Pike Queen has been scouted and asks if anyone else meets Scott 's expectations. A remix of the music for the Hoenn Frontier Brains is used as the battle theme for the Battle Chatelaines. He resides in a house located between the Battle Dome and Battle Tower , and gives the player various rewards as they progress through the Battle Frontier. Upon the player's first entry into Hoenn's Battle Frontier, their Trainer Card will be upgraded into a Frontier Pass by a woman at the entrance. This pass holds the Trainer Card, as well as a small map of the Battle Frontier and the player's Battle Frontier records, which includes saved-up Battle Points BP and any of the seven Frontier Symbols the player has won. Only one battle from any one of the facilities may be recorded and stored on the Frontier Pass, which may be watched or overwritten with another at any time.
The Mega Pendant is shaped like a Gallade's head. Wally is a young, sickly boy who just moved to Petalburg City. His illness is never explained, but his symptoms appear to clear up in clean air, suggesting that it is either acute bronchitis or asthma. Norman asks his child, the player , to assist Wally and loans Wally a Zigzagoon. Wally shows up again later in Mauville City , pleading with his uncle to let him challenge Wattson. He battles the player to prove his strength, but loses.