Excerpt: Back in 98, I played
the original Pokémon Red and Pokémon Blue games to death. It was the
possibly the most popular thing since Jesus. And at that time, I
couldn’t tell you if children knew Jesus over Pikachu. I’m not trying
to get religious here, but Pokémon… was EXTREMELY popular. Pokémon was
just the cool thing to do and everyone was playing it – well, those who
gave it a chance and got hooked on it were.
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.
Conclusion: GameBoy: Pok�mon Pinball DVD: Pok�mon: The Movie GameBoy: Pok�mon Guld og S�lv Nintendo 64: Pok�mon Puzzle League GameBoy Advance: Pok�mon Ruby & Sapphire GameCube: Pok�mon Colosseum GameBoy Advance: Pok�Mon LeafGreen GameBoy Advance: Pok�mon Emerald GameCube: Pok�mon XD: Gale of Darkness Nintendo DS: Pok�mon Link Nintendo DS: Pok�mon Mystery Dungeon: Blue Rescue Team Nintendo DS: Pok�mon Ranger Nintendo DS: Pok�mon Diamond Wii: Pok�mon Battle Revolution Nintendo DS:...