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Pokemon - Red Version

Product description It's the game that started a revolution, but it's not just the fad that convinced gamers to "catch 'em all." This deceptively simple and child-friendly roleplaying game design is a far deeper game design than it looks. Pokemon fea...

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Reviews around mon pok lover (5.00 of 5)

  • Awesome game for any Pokémon lover

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Reviews around boy (5.00 of 5)

  • This is a classic Game Boy Game any Pokemon fan should own

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Reviews around condition (5.00 of 5)

  • Game and box arrived in great condition.

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Reviews around purchase delivery (5.00 of 5)

  • I am very pleased with this purchase Delivery was fast

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Reviews around battery work (5.00 of 5)

  • Works well, and save battery works!

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Reviews around day (5.00 of 5)

  • So this game is over 20 years old, and these cartridges have seen better days, but Nintendo made them so sturdy that all they need is a new battery soldered in every 10 years.

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Reviews around nintendo (5.00 of 5)

  • So this game is over 20 years old, and these cartridges have seen better days, but Nintendo made them so sturdy that all they need is a new battery soldered in every 10 years.

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Reviews around kids (5.00 of 5)

  • Kids loved

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Reviews around game work (5.00 of 5)

  • I’m sure the game works and is a blast.

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Reviews around crayon (5.00 of 5)

  • The outercase came with writing on if (like a name) and there were some crayon-like markings on the game’s sticker

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More about Pokemon - Red Version

  • Product description It's the game that started a revolution, but it's not just the fad that convinced gamers to "catch 'em all." This deceptively simple and child-friendly roleplaying game design is a far deeper game design than it looks
  • Pokemon features way more strategy and gameplay than it leads on, offering gamers almost infinite gaming possibilities even after the main adventure ends
  • Pocket Monsters Red was released in Japan in 1996 by mail-order only (the two launch titles were Green and Blue)
  • The franchise arrived in the west in 1998 as Pokemon Blue and Red (Roald Dahl holds the copyright for "Pocket Monsters" in the west, so the title was changed to the Japanese colloquial name)
  • The games could be linked up with each other and with the N64's Pokemon Stadium titles for creature trading. Amazon.com Welcome to the world of Pokémon, one filled with wild Pokémon and the people who attempt to tame them
  • You are Ash Ketchum, a boy on a quest to become the best Pokémon trainer in the world
  • Professor Oak, the leading authority on Pokémon, has given you your choice of three tame Pokémon in exchange for your helping him catalog and document every Pokémon in the world
  • But to catalog a Pokémon, you have to capture it, by first beating it up with one of your trained Pokémon, and then hitting it with an empty Poké Ball
  • As your tame Pokémon gain experience in battle, their abilities improve and they earn access to new attacks
  • Sometimes they even evolve into more advanced Pokémon
  • Aside from capturing wild Pokémon and evolving your own, you can catalog new Pokémon--the only way to gather some Pokémon--by trading with another Pokémon player using either a link cable or the Game Boy Color's infrared system
  • Pokémon gained through trades learn and evolve faster, and trading is the only way to capture all 151 Pokémon, since each Pokémon game (Pokémon Red, Pokémon Blue, andPokémon Yellow) has certain Pokémon missing
  • So if you own Red and want to have a complete set of Pokémon, you must find a friendly Blue or Yellow owner and arrange a trade
  • Pokémon Red is packed with interesting characters, an ingenious story hook, intriguing strategy, and of course plenty of cute Pokemon, and it's easy to see how it started the Pokémania that is sweeping the world
  • --Michael Fehlauer Pros: Gameplay and strategy that are fun for all ages Fantastic replay value Brilliant game design encourages players to meet and trade Cons: Hours of looking at the Game Boy's little screen may hurt neck Only 1 saved game per cartridge--2 people can't share a single game No difference between Red and Blue except for distribution of Pokémon