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Revision as of 19:09, 16 April 2010

Options in Generation IV

Options is something that a player can select from the menu in the main series of Pokémon games. The options differ throughout the various games.

Generation I

The player can use the options to change:

  • Text speed to fast, medium, or slow.
  • Battle animation to on or off.
  • Battle style to shift (the chance to switch Pokémon when an opponent sends out their next Pokémon) or set (no opportunity to change).

Pokémon Yellow

The player can use the options to change:

  • Text speed to slow, mid, or fast.
  • Battle animation to on or off.
  • Battle style to shift or set.
  • Sound to mono or stereo.
  • Print to normal, darker, darkest, lightest, or lighter.

Generation II

The player can use the options to change:

  • Text speed to slow, mid, or fast.
  • Battle scene to on or off.
  • Battle style to shift or set.
  • Sound to mono or stereo.
  • Print to normal, darker, darkest, lightest, or lighter.
  • Menu account to on or off.
  • Frame type to 8 different schemes.

Generation III

The player can use the options to change:

  • Text speed to slow, mid, or fast.
  • Battle scene to on or off.
  • Battle style to shift or set.
  • Sound to mono or stereo.
  • Button mode to normal, LR, or L=A
  • Frame type to 20 different schemes.

Pokémon FireRed and LeafGreen

Options in FireRed and LeafGreen

FireRed and LeafGreen have almost the same options as Generation III, except the button mode can be changed to help, LR, or L=A. There are also only 10 frame schemes.

Generation IV

The player can use the options to change:

  • Text speed to slow, mid, or fast.
  • Battle scene to on or off.
  • Battle style to shift or set.
  • Sound to stereo or mono.
  • Button mode to normal, start=X (not available in Pokémon HeartGold and SoulSilver), or L=A.
  • Frame type to 20 different schemes.
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