Pokémon: Blue Version (Nintendo Game Boy, 1998)
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- lken4974Dec 7, 2014by
Good product, quick delivery
Anytime you can pick up a gem for next to nothing do it I thoroughly enjoyed this game then and now.
- 236089433@delet...Dec 6, 2005by
This was ok!!!!!!!
This was an ok Pokemon game most likely becuae it was the origional along with the red version. I just dont think that they needed to make all of the others!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!
- soxrule111Aug 13, 2007by
One of gameboys finest
I got this game way back when it came out as a gift, and since then I can honestly say that ive never sold it, lost it, or not played it because it was boring or frustrating.<br><br>5/5 on fun factor- Great game, doesnt matter if its your first time through or 15th time its still fun. Also its always a great excitment trying to catch all 150 pokemon (151 with mew). You can play against friends very easily also which is great.<br><br>4/5 on graphics- Not great now a days, but when it came out it wasnt to bad. Its not to dated because most know what to expect from original gameboy games.<br><br>5/5 replay value- Like I stated earlier you can play this game several tiems through. Try different ways, see if you can beat it with only 1 pokemon. It has that rare replay value that the game doesnt really get old ever.<br><br>5/5 on Story- The story is good. Its not to complicating. Its mainly you start off with a rival and try to become the best pokemon trainer and capture all the pokemon.Read full review
- moni..moneyJul 4, 2014by
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- antidotecrkMar 9, 2012by
It's games like these that make me want to be a gamer!
I bought this game simply because it harkens back to the days of yore, when everything was simpler and i had nothing to worry about other than getting my chores done and whether I got good grades on my math assignments. However it turned out to be much more than that. It allowed me to relive my childhood as a 23yr old and its so wonderful to have that part of my past back. Now enough about myself on to the game.<br><br>Pokemon, as we well know, is a game series about collecting, training, and trading creatures, some small, some massive. This is one of the two games that started it all. To see the game back in all it's 8-bit glory is a wonderful change of pace from Today's games. It seems to be all about graphical presentation rather than gameplay and story telling now. Pokemon blue in particular (and it's counter parts Red and Yellow) are far simpler and are better for it. To see a tiny character sprite in a monochrome world brings a tear of nostalgia to my eye. The game is still fun, from capturing a random Pidgey to fighting the Elite Four. To see a game still have such re playability 14 years later is something to behold. Sure it's not the most graphically pleasing, but it's got it where it counts, gameplay and fun. The game is still loads of fun and requires moderate strategy. While it's no Final Fantasy it's still an RPG and, like all RPGs, requires strategy and planning, e.g. you can't expect to go into battle with a Lv. 60 raticate and expect a Lv2 Pidgey to come out the winner. You also have to take types into account. Fire is weak to water, whereas water is weak to grass, and grass is weak to fire. and so one. And as a 10 year old when this game was release here in the states, it was my first true experience with an RPG of any kind. It's wonderful getting back to basics and seeing how far we've comeRead full review