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Pokemon all 8 versions

Apr 19 2004, 01:38 AM (Post #1)
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Name: Pokemon Red/Blue/Yellow, Gold/Silver/Crystal, Ruby/Sapphire versions
Genre: RPG
Release Date: -
Created by: Nintendo
ESRB Rating: E (For everyone)
System: Game Boy Pocket (R/B/Y/G/S), Game Bou Color ©, Game Boy Advance (Ru/Sa)

The original pokemon games, red, blue, and yellow versions, are fairly simple in concepts. You travel around the land of Kanto, so that you can capture and train all the pokemon you can get. The point of the game is to complete your pokedex (by capturing pokemon with Poke Balls) and to become a pokemaster (by training against wild pokemon and against trainers and gymleaders).

Graphics - R/B:6/10; Y:6.5/10; G/S:7/10; C:7.5/10; R/S:8/10
The graphics aren't spectactular. But, it is passable. Yellow version, being released several months after Red and Blue versions, has a bit better graphics, but, still nothing spectacular.
The graphics in G/S gets better, but, still nothing spectacular. Crystal, released some months after G/S, has better graphics, but, still nothing spectacular.
Ruby and Sapphire looks the best of all of the pokemon games, but it's not the best that the GBA can produce.

Sound - 7/10
Again, nothing spectacular. The music is okay for a game boy game, but nothing too spectacular.
All of the game's music is, basically, the same.

Gameplay - 10/10
This, my friends, is the best part of the game. Incredibly addictive. Hard to put down. Nothing much else to say.

Replay - 10/10
This, is the second best part of the game. You want to capture and train all of the pokemon, even after you "beat" the game. (You "beat" the game when you beat the Elite 4 and the champion).

Overall - 9.5/10
Despite the sound and the graphics, these games are incredible. Insanely addictive. Personally, I have put more than 500 hours into all of my pokemon games (Yellow, Crystal, Sapphire).
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