Talk:Cyber Pokédex

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Is that the Cyber Pokédex? -MasterKenobi 23:17, 3 June 2009 (UTC)

From what I can find around the net, yes. — THE TROM — 23:47, 3 June 2009 (UTC)
I think we should make this a broader topic, because when I searched the net for Pokédex's there are others such as the Diamond and Pearl Pokédex which looks completely different.-MasterKenobi 00:00, 4 June 2009 (UTC)

Handheld Pokedexes over the years for North America.

Several handheld Pokedexes have been made throughout the years the first being released in North America in 1998 by Tiger Electronics, LTD. It contained the first 150 Pokemon and acted as a Pokedex, calender, and calculator. Sources are my own personal one which states on it's back that it is TM and copyrighted 1998 by Tiger Electronics, LTD. and to show it exist:, In 2001 Tiger released a Gold deluxe edition Pokedex in North America consisting of the first 250 Pokemon. Source is In 2003/2004 Hasbro released the Pokedex Advance which consisted of all 200 Pokemon from Ruby and Sapphirre's Pokedex (From Treeko to Rayquaza). Source is and in 2007 Jakks Pacific released the deluxe Pokedex which included all 386 Pokemon. Source is my own personal Jakks deluxe Pokedex which states on the back that it is copyrighted 2007 by Jakks Pacific andémon-Pokemon-Talking-Deluxe-Pokedex/dp/B001KGXU3M/ and the remaining Pokedex were released in a time span between 2008-2011 with the Diamond and Pearl Pokedex by Jakks consisting of 151 Pokemon from the Sinnoh Dex and a Battle Dimension Pokedex also consisting of 151 Pokemon from the Sinnoh Dex and finally Jakks Pacifics 2011 Pokedex which consist of 75 Pokemon from the Unova Dex. Sources for the Unova Dex include my personal one and PokefansinceRednBlue (talk) 19:50, 11 December 2012 (UTC)