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Pokemon Blue (Gameboy)
Name: Pokemon Blue (Gameboy)
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$24.49




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  • Description
    Pokemon Red and Pokemon Blue (known in Japan as Pocket Monsters: Red and Pocket Monsters: Green) are the first two installments of the Pokemon series of role-playing video games, released for the Game Boy in Japan in 1996. They are two of the best-selling video games of all time, having sold in excess of 31.3 million copies worldwide.  Set in the fantasy world of Kanto, the game's stories follow the progress of the central character in his quest to become a Pokemon Master. Both games are independent of each other but feature largely the same plot and, while both can be played separately, it is ideal for the player to refer to each in order to complete the game.

    In Japan, the release of Pocket Monsters: Blue came after the release of the original Red and Green versions. It was originally made available exclusively through the children's magazine CoroCoro Comic, though it was released to the general public on October 10, 1999. Pocket Monsters: Blue and PokemonBlue are different games entirely.

    Pokemon Red and Blue have subsequently been remade for the Game Boy Advance into Pokemon FireRed and Pokemon LeafGreen. These, being advanced generation games, serve to allow the player to obtain all of 386 currently-available Pokemon species created by the franchise.

     



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    Fun
    by Trevor DuCharme from Nevada United States
    05 Jul 2010

    To me pokemon was always fun.But I never played this until I played just about every other one (except pokemon red) but still fun.

    card key
    by will 04 Jun 2008

    where the **** do you find the card key in the that building taken over by team rocket in saffron city if you know please e-mail me at wmmw@ktc.com

    pokemon is one of the best games that nintendo made
    by joe 04 Jun 2008

    pokemon is one of the best games that nintendo made but after a while i got bored of the same thing over and over again so i disided two ignore it then i realised that its not the same over again and aging because you catch different pokemon every time and also there is a lot of cheats so im starting to play it again.

    Mew
    by Claire 04 Jun 2008

    Can you catch Mew in Pokemon Red, Blue or Yellow without using a Gameshark?

    do you know how
    by lars thordarson 04 Jun 2008

    Sorry i have no tipes but i think your web sit is so cool do you know how to get the 3 starting pokemon in blue if you do pleas Email me thanks