About Legendary Birds & Eggs
While it is true that the legendary birds emerged from eggs, this process may not be limited simply to its birth.
As we do not know anything about how the legendary birds have a method of 'reproduction' whatsoever (as evident from the games), an alternate interpretation of their 'egg' forms could be as a form of hibernation, rebirth, rejuvenation, and so forth.
HechEff 02:50, 9 January 2009 (UTC)
Australian release "N/A"?
As an Australian, I definitely remember this game being on the N64 back in 1999. Of course, I have no idea when exactly the release date was... But "N/A" seems to imply that it never came out, which certainly isn't the case. --Sato 11:55, 4 November 2009 (UTC)
Minor note about the Trivia section
The Trivia section says that a Koffing is "holding onto" a Jigglypuff. It seems to me that this is false; the Jigglypuffs seem to be flying on their own, fleeing the Koffings which are tormenting them. Jigglypuff, after all, is called the Balloon Pokémon, and is able to inflate itself. In fact, if you save more than one Jigglypuff, you'll see the second and third ones floating on their own, without Koffing, at the end of the course, near the little crystal "stage" the first one sings on.
If you want something strange that a Pokémon does in the game, the Magnemite say "Goldeen, Goldeen, Goldeen" and the Shellder and Cloyster somehow manage to fly! --The Almighty Doer of Stuff 20:37, 12 December 2010 (UTC)