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Pokémon Yellow Version

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Trivia: It's not just considered fan-service, it's an official part of the main series. Either work on the wording or leave the misleading information out.
* The opening of Pokémon Yellow features the least Pokémon out of all main series games, fittingly showing ''only'' {{p|Pikachu}}.
* While Pokémon Yellow is considered to be the "third version" of Generation I in the United States and other non-Japanese countries, it is only considered a fan-service game in Japan. This is because {{game|Blue| (Japanese)}} was released as a third version in Japan, following the original {{game|Red and Green|s}}.
* {{game|HeartGold and SoulSilver|s}}, which implement the [[walking Pokémon]] mechanic that was introduced in this game, were released in Japan exactly 11 years after this game was released in Japan.
* Pokémon Yellow is the first [[main series]] Pokémon game to depict two trainers ([[Jessie]] and [[James]]) in a battle sprite.

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