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Pokemon Gold and Silver are the actual sequels to Red and Blue, and continue with the same basic formula and gameplay. You take control of a kid and pick your starting pokemon, then set out on an adventure. There are 100 all new pokemon, as well as a whole new area to explore with the ability to revisit Kanto. Silver and Gold from the start already looks better than the previous in the series, and fully supports the Game Boy Color. You'll start out by picking your pokemon first off, then you'l...2 out of 3 found this review helpful.
Pokemon Red and Blue made a huge splash in the video game industry back in the late 1990's, and to this day it's still a massively popular franchise with a strong universal appeal. For kids, perhaps it's the idea of collecting and battling cool creatures, teaching them killer attacks, and watching opponents' HP bars drop to zero. For teens and adults, it could be the deep but approachable battle system or nowadays the pure nostalgia of it all. Whatever it is that draws people young and old into...0 out of 0 found this review helpful.
The ShortPros- Adds 100 new pokemon to the mix, and an entire new region to explore- Adds a day/night cycle that advances in real time, and changes which pokemon are available- You can now breed pokemon. The implications of this are nuts.- Can re-visit the entire region from the first game, three years later, and battle all the same gym leaders- Ability to map items (such as the bicycle) to a button greatly speed up the game- Two new elements, Dark and Steel, further mix up this elemental-based ...0 out of 0 found this review helpful.
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