All About Pokemon Games
| If you are wondering just what the Pokemon games are all about, we will try to explain them here. The original Pokemon games were Japanese RPGs with an element of strategy, and were created by Satoshi Tajiri for the Game Boy. These role-playing games, and their sequels, remakes, and English language translations, are still considered the "main" Pokemon games, and the games which most fans of the series are referring to when they use the term "Pokemon games".|
All of the licensed Pokemon properties overseen by The Pokemon Company are divided roughly by generation. These generations are roughly chronological divisions by release; every several years, when an official sequel in the main RPG series is released that features new Pokemon, characters, and gameplay concepts, that sequel is considered the start of a new generation of the franchise. The main games and their spin-offs, the anime, manga, and trading card game are all updated with the new Pokemon properties each time a new generation begins. The franchise is in its fourth generation.
The most common throw off is the number of games. There are currently 8 Pokemon Game Boy games, but they are divided into three groups, with each group having the same story/game, but allowing you to catch different Pokemon. Group 1 has Pokemon - Red Version, Pokemon - Blue Version and Pokemon, Yellow Version: Special Pikachu Edition Group 2 has Pokemon Gold, Pokemon, Silver Version and Pokemon, Crystal Version and finally, Group 3 has Pokemon Ruby, Pokemon Sapphire and Pokemon Emerald Version For example, in Group 3 there are some Pokemon that can only be caught in Ruby, and some only in Sapphire. You really dont need to get more than one from any one group, such as buying both Gold and Silver, as they have the same story and it would be almost as much fun to play Gold twice than Gold and Silver. As for the game, you play a young trainer that travels around the Pokemon world, battling and catching Pokemon to get their Pokemon stronger and defeat the Gym Leaders (tough Pokemon trainers) and the Elite Four (even tougher Pokemon trainers).
A new updated version of the original games was released on September 7, 2004. Pokemon FireRed W/ Wireless Adapter and Pokemon LeafGreen with Wireless Adaptor both include a wireless adapter to play with others wirelessly. Also, Pokemon Emerald (an updated version of Ruby and Sapphire) will be released on May 1st, 2005. Now, we all know that Pokemon is a high-selling video game still, but not all of us know why there are 6 versions of the same game. The answer is that each is different and each has different monsters to collect, trade, and raise. Take Pokemon - Red Version and Pokemon - Blue Version for example. In Red, you can capture Vulpix, and in Blue, you cant. Not a big difference, so we recommend only getting one. But in Pokemon, Yellow Version: Special Pikachu Edition, your starter Pokemon is Pikachu, perhaps the cutest of them all. Other games, like Pokemon Gold, Pokemon, Silver Version, Pokemon, Crystal Version, Pokemon Ruby, and Pokemon Sapphire include the same basic quest, but with new areas to explore and new Pokemon to capture.
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