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Pokemon Crystal (Gameboy Color)
Name: Pokemon Crystal (Gameboy Color)
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$39.49




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  • Description

    In case you've been hiding under a rock and you've missed the commotion up to this point: The word "Pokémon" refers to a series of 150 different "pocket monsters" that you are challenged to collect, trade, and nurture in hopes of becoming the greatest Pokémon trainer in the world. You use your monsters to help in battle against other trainers. Kids love collecting these pocket monsters, and they'll love it even more when they get a load of POKÉMON: Crystal Version. A follow-up to the Gold and Silver editions of the handheld POKÉMON saga, the Crystal Version offers enhancements and updates that will keep little trainers going for hours on end. Play as a male or female trainer, collecting, and schooling growing monsters for tournament-style combat. You'll be aided by an unusual Suicune creature, which serves as the next generation of Pikachu. Play alone or take on a friend in this addicting masterpiece.



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    by Pickachu 03 Oct 2010

    I have just recently reserved one for myself. I saw screen shots opf the Japanese version, and it is better than Gold/Silver. For one, when you enter a new route or city, a little box will appear at the bottom of the screen to let you know what city/route you have entered. Also, the legendary dogs/cats, whatever they are, are now seen in the wild. Suicune is the main Pokemon in this game. What I mean by that is, you will see what he lopoks like and Entei and Raikou will appear as they do in G/S. Also, you finally get the G/S Ball. If you take it to Kurt, **** take it for a day, give it back to you when you go back. When you get it back, you can take it into the Ilex Forest, put it in the Shrine you past by, and have a chance of carching Celebii. There are also a few new items, but, I don't know what they're are called. It also has updated information on the Unown. Also, there are new puzzles you have to figure out in order to catch the 26 Unown. This game is going to be of of the best sequels to any Pokemon game. This is a must-have for any die-hard Pokemon fan.