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Japanese companion game to Pokémon Red that was never released in North America.

Director:

Satoshi Tajiri

Writers:

Fumihiro Nonomura (game scenario), Satoshi Tajiri (creator: original concept) | 3 more credits »
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Japanese companion game to Pokémon Red that was never released in North America.

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Country:

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Language:

Japanese

Release Date:

27 February 1996 (Japan) See more »

Also Known As:

Pocket Monsters Green See more »

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This game is the very best...Like no game ever was!
12 December 1999 | by Horror FanSee all my reviews

This is actually the blue version in America. This along with the red version is one of the best games in video game history. Ok, You begin your quest to become a pokemon master in Pallet Town. When you leave the town, professor Oak aproaches you and tells you that it's dangerous in tall grass because wild Pokemon live their. Then he brings you inside and lets you choose your Pokemon. I chose a Squirtle (I feel really bad about letting him evolve) my enemy, MattG chose a Bulbasaur. Then we battled and I continued on my quest. I have collected 47 pokemon and earned six bages so far. I reccommend this game to adults and kids alike. It is a must. The real blue version actually never made it the US!


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