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Pokémon: Red Version - Game Boy

Pokémon: Red Version
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1 year ago at Sep 21 17:29
For me, this is the Final Fantasy I of Pokémon. Good for itroducing the concept, but that doesn't mean is the, or even one of the best games in the series. A beginning that gave the first step to grow as a franchise, and it was a big fenomenon when it came out, but nowdays rely on the shadow of what future games did much better, starting by the very second gen, when the world started to feel more... read more
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Description: 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 atta ... (more)
Manufacturer: SPIG
Release date: 28 September 1998
Number of discs: 1
EAN: 0045496730734 UPC: 045496730734
Tags: RPG (13), Pokemon (10), Nintendo (9), GB (7), Game Boy (6), Charizard (4), Dragonair (3), Machamp (3), Ivysaur (3), Charmander (3), Voltorb (3), Farfetch'd (3), Dratini (3), Machoke (3), Bulbasaur (3), Kingler (3), Rattata (3), Horsea (3), Clefairy (3), Ditto (3)
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