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Pokemon Leaf Green came out around my birthday. As Crystal was my first game, I wanted it. Looking back, I’m not sure why, but I did. Man, what a great decision. Let’s start with the basics: This is a remake of Pokemon Red/Blue for the Game Boy. If you solved the puzzles in those games, you’ll breeze through most of the puzzles in this game. It also has some additions from Ruby/Sapphire, like the running shoes. Among the new items is the VS Seeker, which took me a while to find. Basically, you w...1 out of 1 found this review helpful.
Gameplay and Mechanics: 4The overworld consists of many towns in each town there is ussually a Pokemon Center(where you can heal your pokemon) a Pokemart(where you can buy items), and a Gym. Besides completeing your pokedex, beating the gymleaders in each gym is your main objective. Gyms are places where you battle trainers who use one pokemon type which you defeat to battle the Gym leader. By defeating the gym leader you can obtain badges which get you into the pokemon league. Along with gym le...0 out of 0 found this review helpful.
Pokemon Fire red and leafy green is basically an improved version of the first Pokemon games for the Gameboy (red and blue version). You start off as a new comer in the world of Pokemon and you go see professor Oak to pick out your 1st Pokemon like in most of the Pokemon games. You can choose three different type of Pokemon; grass, fire or water. Then you are off to battle eight gym leader and lots of Pokemon trainers on the way. In between this you battle, capture and train Pokemon. There are 1...0 out of 0 found this review helpful.
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