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Pokémon: LeafGreen Version

Pokémon: LeafGreen Version (GBA) game cover art
Platform: Game Boy Advance
Genre: RPG
Developer: Game Freak
AKA: Pocket Monsters LeafGreen (JP)
Publisher
Region
Released
NA
09/07/2004
EU
10/01/2004
JP
01/29/2004
AU
??/??/2004

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Reader Reviews

Pokémon: LeafGreen Version review

Reviewed December 05, 2004

destinati0n says: "Time and again I have been down those all too familiar roads. If you have never test-drived a Pokemon title then I would not say you have been missing out on anything, but I still would stare at you curiously. Though numerous in number, each version that has sprung up has at least shown some diversity. Whether it is the addition of hundreds of peculiar monsters or a slight graphical upgrade, every single one has at least been moderately fresh. However, with the arrival of Pokemon: Leaf Gr..."
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