Pokemon Blue and Red Versions (GB) Reviews
Product Type: Nintendo Gameboy games
Newest Review: ... time I was really pleased, although at the time I didn't realize that Kakuna isn't very useful until it evolves. There are ... more
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by - written on 26/11/04, updated on 06/04/05 (Very useful, 3023 readings)
Review on Pokemon red on the Gameboy colour I first play Pokemon on the Gameboy back in 1999, this game became a big success as soon as it hit the shops, and this was bought by mainly kids or for kids all around the country. There now have been many Pokemon films out and a cartoon that is shown on sky one every morning as well as trading cards and many other toys. When Pokemon red came out A Blue version of the game also came out, called Pokemon blue, both of these games were the same apart from some you could get different Pokemon in. The story *********** This game starts in Pallet town, this is where you get introduce to your character in the ... Read the complete review
by - written on 15/06/07 (Very useful, 387 readings)
Here is the first ever Pokemon game I ever got and hearing that name will either make do two things: jump for joy or vomit in disgust. Before you dismiss this freaky Pokemon franchise as some kiddy fad though, this game is a great new spin on the standard Role Playing Game out there and even experienced gamers like me can have fun here. If you you are new to the series instead of fighting monsters all the time while you try to gain experience, why not just collect them as pets and get them to fight?! You adults should consider stealing it from your kid's room when their at school or just ground them and take their Gameboy for not being as good as your favourite because .. Read the complete review
by - written on 12/09/00, updated on 12/09/00 (Very useful, 1957 readings)
Pokemon is a game for the Nintendo Game Boy system. It follows the story of a young boy (He is called Ash in the Cartoon version but in the game you can call him whatever you want) who ventures out into the world of Pokemon. At the start you are given your very first pokemon by the authority in the game, Professor Oak. After Oak gives you your first Pokemon (you can select from 3 different types all of which affect how the rest of the game turns out) the remainder of the game depends on you. Your character can capture, train and battle other Pokemon throughout the game. You can capture new Pokemon by throwing pokeballs at them. When new pokemon are captured they ... Read the complete review
by - written on 28/01/12 (Very useful, 10 readings)
NB*I own the red version of the game. This game was responsible for so many good memories when I was growing up - sad, I know! The game starts off with you picking a character name and listening to Professor Oak as he takes you through the very basics of the Pokemon world. (You can choose to speed up the text if you read quickly/get annoyed quickly!) You also get to meet your ready-made rival, Gary. He's basically this annoying boy with a trendy haircut who will get in the way of pretty much all the tasks that you're meant to do and the major Pokemon battles! You actually get to choose a name for him if you don't like the default options (e.g. Gary)...here ... Read the complete review
by - written on 26/03/11 (Very useful, 6 readings)
Pokemon red and blue - 2 brilliant, classic games for the gameboy, both iconic and different. They are both so easy to get into, and you learn so much along the way. Pokémon is a shortened word for 'Pocket Monster'. The game was so successful that it was made into an incredibly popular cartoon, which is still being shown today. I am 20 years old now, and I still know EVERYTHING about this game, which I played when I was about 9. You start off in your house with nothing but a dream - to catch 150 Pokemon and become a Pokemon master. Professor Oak, who is your rival's grand father helps you along the way, making sure you start with a Pokemon. He gives you a ... Read the complete review
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