Another delightful little game to entertain grandson.
3 July 2013
Summary: I bought this game because my 14 year old grandson wanted it. What I like most about my purchase is that my grandson really loved it and what I dislike the most is that it is another Gameboy game that he can play endlessly. However, as a grandmother who would walk on hot coals for her grandchildren I would purchase this game again and again. What can I say, the boys think I walk on water and I have not told them any difference. Love ebaying!
Summary: I love this game. I recently got bored of Pokemon Diamond from playing it so much. So I decided to replay Pokemon FireRed. And I was instantly hooked again. I know I don't just speak for myself when I say this game is very original and never gets boring (in my perspective). You will instantly get hooked when you receive your first Pokemon (Charmander, Squirtle, or Bulbasaur). There is so much to do aside from following the storyline.
Summary: The games that started it all have returned, Pokemon Fire Red and Leaf Green! These two are a remake of the original Red and Blue versions released back in 1998 here in the US (The only difference is instead of Blue being remade, the developers brought out Green which was previously available only in Japan.) Mirroring the first two games, you meet Professor Oak and meet your rival and pick your starter Pokemon: Bulbasaur, Charmander or Squirttle.
Summary: This is a great remake of the original series, and one of my favorites in the Pokemon series, behind Pokemon Yellow. I would definitely recommend any Pokemon fan and any fans of the original first gen. games to go out and give this a try. It's just as fun as the originals were, and they added in some new stuff as well to keep the game going on longer.
Summary: This remake of the original pokemon games that started it all are fairly good. The gameplay and after-game is fun. One problem, though, is the fact that you can beat the main bosses of the game at a level much lower than them with very little effort. Only when you are at least 15 levels below a boss will you find a hint of difficulty.