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Worth a rent at best. 0

The Pokemon series has always did and sold well. This one is no exception.Pokemon Emerald is actually a upgrade of ruby and sapphire rather than being a totally new game. The game have almost enough upgrades to ensure a second purchase.What's new and what's not?Found out below with a detailed review.This review will cover the graphic, audio, story, gameplay and the lasting appeal which will be covered in four different section.Graphic - The graphic have been upgraded from the previous version bu...

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Similar to the core games, but much has been added. 0

Positive: - core Pokemon gameplay is as solid as ever - gyms have new puzzles and leaders have some different Pokemon - story is a combination of Ruby and Sapphire, only better - little bits here and there that make it a whole different experience than Ruby/Sapphire - Negative: - day/night feature is (still) absent - still struggles to live up to Gold and Silver - Pokemon has got to be one of the biggest franchises of all time. That franchise also tends to follow a pattern: 1) release two versio...

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An improvement over ruby and sapphire 0

Yes I am aware this came out in 2005, but let me start by saying that I just joined Giant Bomb and want to review some games. Pokemon Emerald is much like Ruby and Sapphire, only like other sister games in the series it adds some minor improvements. The story is still the same, only this time you go up against both Team Magma and Aqua rather one or the other. As the cover might indicate Rayquaza has a very important role in this story stopping Groudon and Kyogre from destroying the world. Other ...

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All these years later, Pokémon still works 0

It's hard to believe that Pokémon has been around for as long as it has. Memories of everyone I know caught up with Red and Blue, talking about their collections, tricking each other into trading for bad creatures and singing the Pokérap are just a few choice bits. It was slightly embarrassing (we were all 13 to 15 then), but we didn't care. I even went as far as buying the 2.B.A. Master CD and the special Pokémon Yellow Game Boy Color. We eventually grew out of it, though; I don't think a singl...

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Third time's the charm. 0

As most pokemon fans know, the first two generations of pokemon had two matching games, followed by an enhanced remake of them, with extra features. Pokemon Emerald is no different. in fact, it runs with the extra features and expands them greatly. Anyone who has played The Ruby or Sapphire versions of this game would know the story: Two rouge teams, named Magma and Aqua, where one is good and the other evil, and switching between these roles in the games, tries to awaken the game's mascot Pokem...

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