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Red/Blue Info

Origin:    Pokémon Red/Blue were the first games to hit North America. And as we all know, these were also the ones to start the Pokémon fever. Now, Pokémon was created by a Japanese man. And it also originated in Japan. It was brought over to America by Nintendo (I think).

Storyline:    Red/Blue is about a young boy by the name of Ash Ketchum. He sets out on a Pokémon journey to be the number one Pokémon Master. To do this, he had to beat the Elite 4 in a battle and also capture all 150 Pokémon (optional). And that's when the story begins.

Features:    You control Ash in this game. You have to catch, train, and battle your way to the Pokémon League. Make your Pokémon team invincible and earn the title as the number one Pokémon master of all time. Collecting  Pokémon to complete your Pokédex also counts, but is optional. You just get a nice certificate if you do manage it.

Intersting Facts:    Pokémon Red and Blue aren't the original version colors. The originals were red and green. But somehow, when they got to America, Nintendo thought blue was better than green, so they switched colors. Now my opinion is, "Who cares what color it is! As long as it is good, I'll take it!" But that's only my opinion....

Comments:    This game is very unique. It is something I have never seen before. There is one thing about it, though... the color has only 10 shades! But to top it all off, the storyline is solid and the replay value is endless.

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