From the big things to the little things like Move Tutors, new moves, and the ability to mix and match through literally hundreds of creatures, makes creating teams an endless task. Whether you're new to the series or been there from the beginning, Pokémon FireRed and LeafGreen will surely not disappoint.
Expecting a quick stroll down memory lane, I instead found myself renewing my long forgotten obsession with Pokémon. A must-buy for any past or present fans of Pokémon, and should definitely be considered by any RPG fan.
I'd recommend these versions to new Pokémon fans when they come out locally, due to all the in-game help. When it comes down to it though, I'd rather have a new, more inventive game than a remake. [JPN Import]
Best version of Kanto yet, this is better than Let's Go Pikachu and Eevee. Very colorful and creative, and has a more creative way than modern games to keep it a semi-faithful remake without removing tons of features.
The first generation of pokemon games were lackluster, but they were at least excusable because it was the first entry of a series that didn’t yet know what it was. The remakes, however, do NOT have this excuse. Idk how people defend these games that could have fixed SO many of the game’s issues but instead decided the only change worth making was the waste of time known as the Sevii Islands. Kanto already had a terrible variety of mons, making you still encounter pidgeys when you were 6 badges in while locking most of the actual interesting ones behind the safari zone or hard-to-reach dungeon floors. And this isn’t just because they only had 151 to work with. Black and white had about the same number, and they were constantly giving you new and interesting pokemon to catch in every location. Kanto is just a boring region with a boring early game, no story, no interesting characters, nothing that makes you wanna explore, and a lategame that feels unfinished. How did they already make a good game in Ruby & Sapphire and then fail to fix the glaring mistakes that made gen 1 such a slog to get through? This game isn’t worth your time, go replay gen 5.
SummarySet off on a grand adventure to fulfill your dreams of becoming a Pokémon master! Explore the Kanto region and discover wild Pokémon around every corner. Build your Pokémon collection, train them, and battle your way to success -- earn your badges as you develop winning strategies to use against experienced Gym Leaders in every town. Exp...