Pokémon Emerald Version

Platform: Game Boy Advance
Release Date: NA - April 30, 2005
Genre: RPG
Publisher: Nintendo
Developer: Game Freak
ESRB: Everyone


Pokémon Emerald is the fourth game released for the Nintendo Game Boy Advance console and are in the Third Generation of Pokémon games. Raquaza is the iconic legendary Pokémon in Emerald. The game is essentially a remastered version of the Pokémon Ruby and Sapphire versions. The game takes place in the Hoen Region, with Team Aqua and Team Magma being the enemies.

The plot in the game is almost the same as Ruby and Sapphire, featuring slightly different scenes in certain parts of the game and of course, the main legendary Pokémon is different than the previous games. The styles of the games are similar to the previous Game Boy Advance releases: the young trainer obtaining and training many Pokémon. Then obviously you will go on to become League Champion and ultimately capture and log every Pokémon there is out there. But, after you defeat the Elite Four, there is still more to do! Emerald is a great game with a few surprises that you need to play to discover!


The Title Screen. First, you have to save the professor! Choose your Pokémon! New Areas!


Emerald Version Intro

The Emerald Version introduction to the game. Notice how it is very similar to that of Ruby and Sapphire, with a few subtle changes.

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