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Pokémon Red and Green

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Pokémon Red and Green
(Japan)
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Game Information
Publisher Nintendo
Developer Game Freak
Category RPG
Players 1-2 Players
ESRB E for Everyone
Release Dates
Flag of Japan.png February 27, 1996
Flag of the United States.png N/A
Flag of Europe.png N/A
Flag of South Korea.png {{{release-date-korea}}}
Other information
Platform Gameboy
Region Kanto

Pokémon Red (ポケットモンスター 赤 Pocket Monsters Red) and Pokémon Green (ポケットモンスター 緑 Pocket Monsters Green) were the very first Pokémon games to be released. Green was released only in Japan along with Red, and later when the games were translated for worldwide release was replaced with Pokémon Blue.

Plot

You are about to enter the world of Kanto where there are 151 Pokémon waiting for you. Your hometown is in Pallet Town. When you arrive at Professor Oak's lab, there are 3 Starter Pokémon you can choose from. They are Bulbasaur, Charmander, and Squirtle. The player is only allowed to choose one of them in these games, and your rival always picks the Pokémon that is your weakness. In Kanto, you must defeat the following Gym leaders in order to advance in the game:

Once you defeat all of the Gym Leaders, you may proceed through Victory Road, then to the Pokémon League.

While in the Pokémon League, you will have to face the strongest trainers in the game, The Elite 4. They are as follows:

Once you defeated all of them, you will challenge your rival, who is the Champion.

After you beat your rival, you become the champion, but you still can battle the Elite 4 as many times as you wish.

Your last objective now is to complete the Pokédex.

Once the player has completed the Pokédex, the player is granted a Diploma if they talk to the employee that works for Game Freak in Celadon Mansion.

Version Exclusives

Red Green
# Pokémon # Pokémon
023 023.png Ekans 027 027.png Sandshrew
024 024.png Arbok 028 028.png Sandslash
043 043.png Oddish 037 037.png Vulpix
044 044.png Gloom 038 038.png Ninetales
045 045.png Vileplume 053 052.png Meowth
056 056.png Mankey 054 053.png Persian
057 057.png Primeape 069 069.png Bellsprout
058 058.png Growlithe 070 070.png Weepinbell
059 059.png Arcanine 071 071.png Victreebel
056 056.png Mankey 054 053.png Persian
123 123.png Scyther 126 126.png Magmar
125 125.png Electabuzz 127 127.png Pinsir

Trivia

  • Unlike Pokémon Red, Blue, and Yellow Versions for the Game Boy, Pokémon Green's (or Pocket Monsters Midori in Japan) storage media was never colored green like Red, Blue, and Yellow respectively.
  • This is currently one of the only Pokémon games to be exclusively released in Japan.