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name = Pokémon Red Version |
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boxart = [[image:Pokemon_red_box.jpg|300px]] |
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caption = Pokémon Red Version's boxart, featuring Charizard. |
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category = RPG |
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players = 2 players simultaneous |
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release_date_ja = Feb 27, 1996 |
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release_date_au = ??? |
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release_date_eu = ??? |
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release_date_na = Sep 01, 1998 |
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publisher = Nintendo |
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developer = Nintendo/Creatures Inc./GAME FREAK Inc. |
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esrb = Everyone |
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website_en = [http://www.nintendo.com/gamemini?gameid=m-Game-0000-317 Games : Pokémon Red] |
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website_ja = [http://nintendo.co.jp/n02/dmg/apaj/index.html ポケットモンスター赤] |
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}}
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{{Infobox_game |
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name = Pokémon Blue Version |
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boxart = [[image:Pokemon_blue_box.jpg|300px]] |
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caption = Pokémon Blue Version's boxart, featuring Blastoise. |
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category = RPG |
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players = 2 players simultaneous |
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release_date_ja = Oct 15, 1996 |
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release_date_au = ??? |
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release_date_eu = ??? |
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release_date_na = Sep 01, 1998 |
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publisher = Nintendo |
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developer = Nintendo/Creatures Inc./GAME FREAK Inc. |
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esrb = Everyone |
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website_en = [http://www.nintendo.com/gamemini?gameid=m-Game-0000-318 Games : Pokémon Blue] |
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website_ja = [http://nintendo.co.jp/n02/dmg/apej/index.html ポケットモンスター青] |
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}}
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'''Pokémon Red''' and '''Pokémon Blue''' were the first [[Pokémon games]] to be released in the US, on September 30, 1998. The Japanese equivalents were [[Pokémon Red and Green]], released on February 27, 1996. A sister game with minor gameplay changes was released later, [[Pokémon Yellow]].
 
'''Pokémon Red''' and '''Pokémon Blue''' were the first [[Pokémon games]] to be released in the US, on September 30, 1998. The Japanese equivalents were [[Pokémon Red and Green]], released on February 27, 1996. A sister game with minor gameplay changes was released later, [[Pokémon Yellow]].
   
 
The relationship between the English version of Pokémon Red and Blue with the Japanese version are a bit complex. A revision with improved gameplay and graphics, the [[Pokémon Blue (Japanese)|Japanese Pokémon Blue]] was released on October 15, 1996. The English version of Pokémon Red and Blue are based on the Japanese Pokémon Blue's engine and graphics; and the English version of Pokémon Blue had the Japanese Pokémon Green's wild and trade Pokémon.
 
The relationship between the English version of Pokémon Red and Blue with the Japanese version are a bit complex. A revision with improved gameplay and graphics, the [[Pokémon Blue (Japanese)|Japanese Pokémon Blue]] was released on October 15, 1996. The English version of Pokémon Red and Blue are based on the Japanese Pokémon Blue's engine and graphics; and the English version of Pokémon Blue had the Japanese Pokémon Green's wild and trade Pokémon.
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This game duo introduces the original Pokémon gameplay concepts. Players travel across the [[Kanto region]] and battle against [[Gym Leaders]] in eight Pokémon Gyms to win badges. Once eight badges are collected, the player may enter the Kanto region's Pokémon League.
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Pokémon Trainers catch Pokémon and aspire to catch all 150 known Pokemon. The elusive 151st Pokémon, {{p:Mew}}, was given out at special events, but can also be caught through a [[Mew Glitch|game glitch]].
   
 
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Revision as of 08:29, 5 June 2005

Pokémon Red Version
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Pokémon Red Version's boxart, featuring Charizard.
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Basic info
Platform: {{{platform}}}
Category: RPG
Players: 2 players simultaneous
Connectivity: None
Developer: Nintendo/Creatures Inc./GAME FREAK Inc.
Publisher: Nintendo
Part of: {{{gen_series}}}
Ratings
CERO: N/A
ESRB: Everyone
ACB: N/A
OFLC: N/A
PEGI: N/A
GRB: N/A
Release dates
Japan: Feb 27, 1996
North America: Sep 01, 1998
Australia:  ???
Europe:  ???
South Korea: N/A
Websites
Japanese: ポケットモンスター赤
English: Games : Pokémon Red
Pokémon Blue Version
[[File:300px|250px]]
Pokémon Blue Version's boxart, featuring Blastoise.
{{{name2}}}
[[File:{{{boxart2}}}|250px]]
{{{caption2}}}
{{{name3}}}
[[File:{{{boxart3}}}|250px]]
{{{caption3}}}
Basic info
Platform: {{{platform}}}
Category: RPG
Players: 2 players simultaneous
Connectivity: None
Developer: Nintendo/Creatures Inc./GAME FREAK Inc.
Publisher: Nintendo
Part of: {{{gen_series}}}
Ratings
CERO: N/A
ESRB: Everyone
ACB: N/A
OFLC: N/A
PEGI: N/A
GRB: N/A
Release dates
Japan: Oct 15, 1996
North America: Sep 01, 1998
Australia:  ???
Europe:  ???
South Korea: N/A
Websites
Japanese: ポケットモンスター青
English: Games : Pokémon Blue

Pokémon Red and Pokémon Blue were the first Pokémon games to be released in the US, on September 30, 1998. The Japanese equivalents were Pokémon Red and Green, released on February 27, 1996. A sister game with minor gameplay changes was released later, Pokémon Yellow.

The relationship between the English version of Pokémon Red and Blue with the Japanese version are a bit complex. A revision with improved gameplay and graphics, the Japanese Pokémon Blue was released on October 15, 1996. The English version of Pokémon Red and Blue are based on the Japanese Pokémon Blue's engine and graphics; and the English version of Pokémon Blue had the Japanese Pokémon Green's wild and trade Pokémon.

This game duo introduces the original Pokémon gameplay concepts. Players travel across the Kanto region and battle against Gym Leaders in eight Pokémon Gyms to win badges. Once eight badges are collected, the player may enter the Kanto region's Pokémon League.

Pokémon Trainers catch Pokémon and aspire to catch all 150 known Pokemon. The elusive 151st Pokémon, Template:P:Mew, was given out at special events, but can also be caught through a game glitch.

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