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Pokemon Red/Pokemon Blue
 250px-Red EN boxart
Developer(s) Game Freak
Publisher(s) Nintendo
LP'ed? Yes
Released 1996 (JP) 1998
Genre(s) RPG
Mode(s) Single player, multiplayer
Input methods Game Boy buttons

Pokemon Red & Blue are a pair of games released by Nintendo for the Game Boy in 1998. They were first released in Japan as Pokemon Red & Green in 1996 and then Pokemon Blue was released later that year. They started the Pokemon franchise which is one of the most popular video game franchises of all time.

GameplayEdit

Pokemon Red & Blue are RPG's were you play as a young trainer and catch Pokemon so you can be a Pokemon master. You battle the 8 Gym Leaders and the Elite 4 on your quest to become the Champion of the Pokemon League as well as battling Team Rocket, a gang of criminals.

Pokemon in this gameEdit

Pokemon YellowEdit

Pokemon Yellow
 250px-Yellow EN boxart
Developer(s) Nintendo
Publisher(s) Nintendo
Released 1998 (JP) 1999
Genre(s) RPG
Mode(s) Single player, multiplayer
Input methods Game Boy buttons

In 1998 in Japan, Pokemon Yellow was released and it was released worldwide a year later. It was a re-release of Pokemon Red & Blue with features based on the Pokemon Anime such as having a Pikachu as your starter Pokemon.

Pokemon FireRed & LeafGreenEdit

Pokemon FireRed & LeafGreen
 250px-FireRed EN US boxart
Developer(s) Nintendo
Publisher(s) Nintendo
Released 2001
Genre(s) RPG
Mode(s) Single player, multiplayer
Input methods Game Boy Advance buttons

Pokemon FireRed & LeafGreen were released in 2004 for the GBA. They are remakes of the original 2 games with features from Pokemon Gold & Silver and Pokemon Ruby & Sapphire. They can battle and trade with Ruby and Sapphire and are part of the third generation of Pokemon.

SomecallmeJohnnyEdit

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Johnny vs. Pokémon Generation One

Johnny's review of Pokemon Red, Blue and Yellow

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Johnny says "Pokemon" a lot.

Johnny reviewed all 3 of the original games released outside of Japan during Month of Pokemon. He liked the games but stated he preferred the newer games and that these games haven't aged well. He also did a video of Yellow's Surfing Pikachu minigame.

SGBLikesToPlayEdit

Johnny, Elliot and Matt have let's played the first generation (the Red version to be exact) and are planning to do the second generation at the end of "The Summer of 2's".

Previous review: Next review:
First review Pokemon Stadium

TalkEdit

Talk about Pokémon Red & Blue

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