Excerpt: Pokemon FireRed is an updated version of Pokemon Red, and has a few additions. The main difference (other than the improved graphics) are the new Sevii Islands, seven new islands off the coast of Kanto, which are home to some Gold and Silver pokemon.
Excerpt: The lastest versions of Pokemon for GameBoy Advance are here: LeafGreen and FireRed . The new games are set in Kanto, the region where Pokémon first took root and exploded into a major phenomenon, and the latest titles stuff in tons of exciting new features. KANTO-EXPOSED AT LAST! Think you know the Kanto region? Think again.
Excerpt: Remember years back when Pokemon was extremely popular? Though it is still rather popular today, it is no where near as big as it was back then. Now that Nintendo decided to remake one of the greatest games ever released, is it worth your money or should you just play your old Game Boy copy again?
Excerpt: In 1999, the original Pokémon Red and Blue games hit the Game Boy, and Nintendo's pocket monster franchise has been hugely successful ever since. It has been so successful, in fact, that the original games got a remake in the new Pokémon FireRed and LeafGreen. Fans of the original games will feel a sense of déjà vu going through these latest games, though they'll enjoy seeing all their old Pokémon favorites in full color on the Game Boy Advance.
Conclusion: Yes it is the same old Pokemon stuff we are all too familiar with by now, but for some reason, playing the classic with the boosted graphics and new pocket monsters seems like the best Pokemon adventure yet. The wireless features seem incredible, and this adapter is sure to be the future of many great things in the Game Boy Advance world. The franchise that is taking over the universe has struck again, these two titles are sure to sell games by the millions.