Nintendo just announced that the sequels Pokemon Black 2 and Pokemon White 2 will arrive in North America on October 7, and for Europe on October 12. In addition, Nintendo said that eShop title Pokemon Dream Radar will also be available for purchase on the same day of release
Pokemon Black and White 2 goes back to Unova region two years after the events of the original games. Players will have more areas to be able to explore, including Virbank City, to go Pokestar Studios and create a movie starring their Pokemon.
Cheren and Bianca from the original Pokemon Black and White games will be returning in the new sequels, though they have changed. Bianca will now be Professor Juniper’s assistant and Cheren became Gym Leader and a teacher at a school at Aspertia City.
Coming to the eShop, Pokemon Dream Radar has players using the 3DS camera, motion control, and augmented reality technology to catch Pokemon, which allows you to transfer them into Pokemon Black and White 2.Price was not announced.
So even though this maybe a DS game to get the full and “better” experience then you’ll be required to use a 3DS