Today is your last day to nab the Game 'n' Junk Chansey.
 
It would appear that some people are researching "Game Sync" or "When will Game Sync be open?" in search bars, and hey-ho, they get led here. Soo, I figure I owe them something, seeing as how I was lazy with my last Game Sync post (This is for Pokemon Black/White here people).

The Game Sync is a feature located in the C-Gear of Pokemon Black/White (C-gear is the thing-a-ma-bob on your touch screen). Simply tap "Wi-Fi" after you've met Fennel and completed the side task that comes with meeting her (Saving a Muna in the forest next to Stratation). You'll see "Game Sync" come up on your touch screen. Tap it. You will connect to Wi-Fi and be given a code. With this code, you can connect to the Pokemon Global Link website, and put your Pokemon online in the "Dream World" (Basically an in-browser game where you can play with the Pokemon you uploaded and transfer/grow berries to your game). But first you need to make an account at the Pokemon Global Link website, so do that first to save time.

And that's about all there is to it. Click here and you will be transfered to the Pokemon Global Link website.

And please, forgive me if I mis-spelled something about the cities or Pokemon names. I'm still learning the new city names and Pokemon names.
 
Now that I've designed the basic layout of the site, I've started filling it up with pages and pics. I have currently added:
-Pokemon Black & White versions (DS)
-Crash Bandicoot (PS1)
-Crash Bandicoot 2: Cortex Strikes Back (PS1)
-Crash Bandicoot 3: Warped (PS1)
-CTR (Crash Team Racing) (PS1)
-Mario Kart DS
 
The Game Sync feature of Pokemon Black & White versions was opened today. Some say that the game sync feature will allow you to play in your friends games. Maybe it's true; maybe not. I will find out! I will post with my results.

EDIT: It looks like the network for the Game Sync won't be released on today, the 30th, because of the earthquake in Japan (Yup, I said THE earthquake. This one was pretty nasty). Apparently they need to conserve energy. Oh well. Let's hope they get it up and running soon, eh?