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 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.
Summary: I have had this game for three years or so and I still play it! I think it is a perfect game to start up on the Pokemon gaming series! All the first 151 Pokemon can be found in this so you can get acquainted with all of them very quickly! The graphics are very great! The sound is unforgettable! I think the game has a very decent difficulty level... Depending on which Pokemon you choose as your starter will determine how challenging the game will become later on.
Summary: its great game to relive the memories of old. the graphics really enhance this game and give it a next gen look of pokemon games like emerald and ruby. pokemon red was my favorite classic gameboy game and this game brought me back. battle through the pokemon gym challenge through the kanto region with added move sets and even new places to explore.
Summary: Pokemon Firered, although an older game (2004), is an excellent addition to your GBA's game collection. It is a wonderful flashback to the original Red and Blue Pokemon games and I felt nostalgic playing. The game, though, seemed easier than the originals. With new steel moves like the 'Metal Claw', fighting rock types with fire types is no longer a heart-pounding challenge. The new features (like Natures) are wonderful and add so much to the game.
Summary: I've played pokemon games since it was made and this is my favorite I recomend it for all lovers of pokemon it got nice graphics storyline like the first pokemon red version the sounds good and u like pokemon like charizard or dratini or even squirtle!This is the best at showing the old pokemon in a newer reigion.Awesome controls I could tell what they wer because the screen shows bue at a part and will tell or remind you of the controls when you need reminded it also...
Great, if you're love the original, or you're a noob
8 July 2009
Summary: Let's be frank. This is not a completely new experience. Even though FireRed/LeafGreen can be considered the fourth episode in the epic that is the Pokemon RPG, it's actually a retelling of the very first game that started it all. Just as Lucas went back to muck around with his original Star Wars films for a "Special Edition," Nintendo, too, returned to its roots for an updated experience of Pokemon Red/Blue, the adventure that kicked off the money machine for Nintendo.