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Pokemon Leaf Green Version

Platform : Game Boy Advance
Rated: Everyone
158 customer reviews

Price: $199.99 & FREE Shipping. Details
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  • Wireless Adapter sold separately
  • Discover more than 100 Pokemon, all compatible with Pokemon Ruby, Sapphire and Colosseum -- access, trade and battle the Pokemon from their favorite games, in one place
  • Gather in a Union Room can send text messages directly to up to 40 people -- trainers can select pre-set messages to send, or type in messages of their own creation
  • Collect Pokemon of all shapes and sizes, with Fire, Water, Grass, Psychic, Electric and other powers
  • PLEASE NOTE - Wireless Adapter sold separately
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Pokemon Leaf Green is a new adventure in the Pokemon world, set in the calssic Kanto region where Pokemon first took root and exploded. You'll become an 11-year-old boy or girl, starting a journey from Pallet Town to become a master Pokemon trainer. Professor Oak has given you a Pokedex to aid you, as you catch, raise and train Pokemon for battle. Battle across games as you face Pokemon from otehr games -- and do it wirelessly, for freedom of movement while you play! You can also exchange game challenges, talk battle strategy or just shoot the breeze with up to five people in a chat session - or send text messages to other trainers in the Union Rooms.

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  • ASIN: B0006GBD04
  • Product Dimensions: 5.2 x 5 x 1 inches ; 0.5 ounces
  • Media: Video Game
  • Release Date: June 27, 2005
  • Average Customer Review: 4.3 out of 5 stars  See all reviews (158 customer reviews)
  • Amazon Best Sellers Rank: #3,989 in Video Games (See Top 100 in Video Games)
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82 of 91 people found the following review helpful By Lee G. Gilman on August 25, 2006
When Pokemon Ruby and Sapphire came out, I was very distraught to learn that some of my favorites from the original Game Boy generation, particularly Nidoking and Persian, were absent from them. Furthermore, since the Advance Generation employs a different system for Pokemon stats and is on vastly different hardware, I could not upload my power Pokemon from Crystal or Blue. And there were some things that annoyed me about Ruby/Sapphire, including the spineless rival and outlandish town concepts (Who builds a town atop trees or inside a crater?).

Enter LeafGreen. This game, along with the companion game FireRed, takes us back to the world where Pokemon got its start, but now with all of the Advance generation upgrades. The graphics are pretty good, and the lead girl character is the cutest I have seen in a Pokemon game.

Most of the dialogue remains unchanged from the original games. You have the shorts-obsessed youngsters, the really sensitive Lasses, and that poor scientist that was shipped off to the Russian Tiksi Branch of the regions major corporation. Team Rocket and its enigmatic boss Giovanni are here in all their glory, as are the original crew of gym leaders and Elite Four.

In addition to the main region, there is a chain of islands. Here, there are some new quests and some of the Johto Pokemon are found out there.

The controls are pretty much exactly as they were in Ruby/Sapphire, which means the menus and commands are well designed and intuitive. A device called the Vs Seeker allows you to challenge trainers you've already beaten. It doesn't take too long to recharge and is a great way to level up your army and earn cash.
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36 of 38 people found the following review helpful By Madisen on October 18, 2005
When this version first came out, I didn't buy it right away. Frankly, I was more than a little upset that Nintendo was trying to pass off this remake as a new game. But a few years later, I had the itch to play the original versions of Pokemon again, and figured, "Why not get the graphically updated GBA version?"

I won't bore you by describing the basic mechanics of the game; anyone who hasn't been living in a cave for the past decade knows how Pokemon works, and this is no different. Suffice to say, it's a remake of Pokemon Red/Blue.

What makes this well worth a purchase, though, is the surprising amount of new content. I was pleased enough to be replaying the best Pokemon iteration with vastly improved graphics, but I was euphoric when I discovered the boatload of new stuff to explore near the end of the game. There's an entirely original new area of Kanto to travel to, filled with Pokemon to catch, puzzles to solve, items to find, people to meet...even yet another Team Rocket-infested base. This is no tacked-on afterthought, it's a whole new chapter.

This, along with the liberal sprinkling of improvements throughout the game that I'll let you discover for yourself, make this a great buy for anyone who feels nostalgic for Red and Blue.
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25 of 26 people found the following review helpful By Ray Kay on April 28, 2006
Everyone my age has played Pokemon Blue/Yellow/Red on the GBC, so EVERYONE of us knows that storyline. But what about the younger generation? They probably do not have access to an older brother/sister's ancient copy of Pokemon Blue or a Gameboy Colour (missing the back-piece battery cover, of course), therefore do not know the storyline for the game. But for those of us who do know it by heart, this is a fresh look at the old tale. The Pokedex has been greatly detailed, the most up-to-date one yet. It has down to the very last piece of info you could need about Pokemon in the game. There are also very slight twists in the game itself (people you meet and events). I will not diclose any for not spoiling's sake. Let's just say you won't be snail-walking to Cerulean City. There is the nice graphics boost, but I'm an old-school kinda girl and I like the original better. You also have a choice between playing a boy or girl character. The boy looks like an Ash-clone and the girl looks like she is going to catch bees or something (very large sunhat on her head!)

This game is still incredibly fun. I highly recommmend.
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7 of 7 people found the following review helpful By The Pretty Purple Pikachu on September 18, 2005
Pokemon Leaf Green, one of the newest Gameboy Pokemon titles, is, in short, a new-and-improved version of the classic game Pokemon Blue. When I first heard about Pokemon Leaf Green and its partner, Fire Red, I was very excited to discover Nintendo was remaking the old Pokemon games Red and Blue. Having played Pokemon Red for the first time after Pokemon Silver was released, I was quite dissapointed with the graphics. Not to mention the Missingno and other viruses the testing staff left in the game, which inspire players to perform illegal cheats and don't do the game justice. However, in Leaf Green there's none of that. The graphics are so beautiful; I was spellbound as soon as I watched the intro! The game has even better graphics than Ruby and Sapphire; the buildings in cities and towns are very nicely designed. The music is wonderful too. It's the same basic songs from the old versions, remixed in the Gameboy Advance style to make them sound better. On some songs, such as the Pokemon Tower and Champion battle music, this is a huge improvement. As for the storyline, it is the same as in Red and Blue, but with small changes that keep it from growing old. For example, some of the more confusing comments the trainers made were revised. The Pokemon can learn many new moves; some even differ from their movesets in Gold and Silver. And at the end of the story, you get to explore a new mini-region called the Sevvi Islands and catch Pokemon you couldn't find in the rest of the game! One interesting difference is some trainers make references to places in Johto. Since the Johto region is only featured in Pokemon Gold and Silver, which aren't compatible with Leaf Green, this may be a hint that Nintendo is redoing those games too! Pokemon Leaf Green is a fantastic game, possibly the best Gameboy Pokemon title on the market, and would be a worthwhile play for new and old fans alike.
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