Generation One:


Pokémon Red Version and Pokémon Blue Version:

These games are the first games ever to be made in the Pokémon series, made for the orginal Game Boy system. These games introduced, to the world, 151 new and fantastic creatures known as Pocket Monsters, or pokémon. One of these pokémon is mew, who is unachievable through normal gameplay and only through an event distribution. These games took place in the Kanto region, where the goal is to challenge all eight pokémon gyms throughout the region in order to make it to the Pokémon league, where the elite four and the Kanto champion are awaiting your challenge.


Pokémon Yellow Version:

Pokémon Yellow Version is the second installment in the first generation of pokémon games. In this game, you follow the story of Ash Ketchum, the main character from the pokémon anime who resides from Pallet Town. Unlike Red and Blue, you do not get to choose your starter, but rather are given a Pikachu as your starting pokémon. In conjunction with the anime stoyline, Pikachu follows you around as it does not like it's pokeball at all. The electric mouse also does not take very kindly to you in the beginning of the game, barely ever listening to your commands and it never wants to evolve, as Ash's Pikachu never did. Along with running into normal team rocket grunts, you as the character encounter Jessie, James, and Meowth along your journey. They try to stop you just as the other grunts do but fail every time. Also, while you don't get to choose your starter in the beginning of the game, you will recieve all three Kanto starters, Bulbasaur, Charmander, and Squirtle, throughout your journey in Kanto. Aside from the storyline changes, this game has essentially the same goal of completing the gyms and beating the pokémon league as Pokémon Red Version and Pokémon Blue Version did.


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