Pokémon Fire Red and Leaf Green Versions

Platform: GBA
Release Date: NA - Sept. 7, 2004
Genre: RPG
Publisher: Nintendo
Developer: Game Freak
ESRB: Everyone

Description

Pokémon FireRed and LeafGreen are the second installment of main handheld games to make it to the Game Boy Advance. They are the second set of games in the third generation of Pokémon games. They are enhanced remakes of Red, Blue, Green (Japan), and Yellow that were released in the 90's. These games, like their originals, do not feature legendary Pokémon as their icons. The icon for FireRed is Charizard, and the icon for LeafGreen is Venasaur.

Much like the originals, these games feature the same locations, Pokémon, trainers, and gym battles. They also have the same overall objective: collect every Pokémon, defeat every gym leader, and defeat the Elite Four, ultimately becoming a Pokémon Master. However, these games feature a few new locations that you need to play to discover!



Images

Pause Menu Pokémon Stats Evolving Pokémon The Final Destination

Videos

FireRed Version Intro

The FireRed Version introduction to the game. Notice how it is an enhancement to the Red and Blue introduction videos.

LeafGreen Version Intro

The LeafGreen Version introduction to the game. Notice how it is an enhancement to the Red and Blue introduction videos and that it is almost exactly the same as FireRed's.


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