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Pokemon Blue

Pokemon Blue (GB) game cover art
Platform: Game Boy
Genre: Turn-Based RPG (Contemporary)
Developer: Game Freak
AKA: Pocket Monsters Blue (JP)
Publisher
Region
Released
NA
09/30/1998
EU
05/10/1999
JP
10/15/1996
AU
??/??/1999
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Reader Reviews

Pokemon Blue review

Reviewed October 21, 2012

bigcj34 says: "Pokémon Red and Blue started a huge franchise and helped prolong the Game Boy, getting many casual gamers on board like Tetris did ten years prior. Single-player trainer battles may be mostly mundane, but leveling up feels very rewarding, as does the intentionally difficult task of catching 150 Pokémon. "
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