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|Custom Bundle:||No||Platform:||Nintendo Game Boy Color|
|Country/Region of Manufacture:||Japan||Game Name:||Pokémon: Gold Version|
|Region Code:||NTSC-U/C (US/Canada)||Publisher:||Nintendo|
|Video Game Series:||Pokemon||Rating:||E-Everyone|
A continuation of Nintendo's successful franchise, Pokémon Gold lets players once again test their skill at becoming the world's greatest Pokémon trainer. For those new to the series, gameplay involves collecting and then fighting creatures called Pokémon while challenging rival trainers for their badges. A secondary goal is to collect the entire roster of 250 Pokémon creatures.
Players travel from city to city, talking to people, entering buildings, solving puzzles, finding items, and testing their mettle against trainers looking to humiliate them. Winning a fight involves forming a balanced team of Pokémon that can stand up to the opposition. Success finds the creatures growing in experience, learning new abilities, and possibly evolving into more powerful types.
Pokémon Gold features an internal clock that can influence which Pokémon are available depending on the time played. Also included are special events occurring only on certain days of the week. As in previous titles, players may save at any point during their travels and later continue where they left off. In addition to the clock, new features that distinguish Pokémon Gold from earlier versions are dozens of new Pokémon, two new types (Dark and Steel), a new world to explore, and additional evolutions for older Pokémon. Pokémon can also hold items during combat, and the hero now has access to a map, phone, radio, and more, thanks to the wrist-mounted Pokégear accessory.
In order to collect all the monsters, players will need to trade with owners of the separate Pokémon Silver. The differences between the two games are negligible, however. Other than the frequency of certain types of Pokémon, both titles play exactly the same and feature identical storylines. Pokémon Gold is backwards compatible with the other versions of the game, meaning players can trade with owners of Pokémon Red, Pokémon Blue, and Pokémon Yellow, but the new creatures are exclusive to the Game Boy Color cartridges and cannot be transferred to older versions.
|eBay Product ID (ePID)||2667|
|Product Key Features|
|Platform||Nintendo Game Boy Color|
|Game Name||Pokémon: Gold Version|
|Additional Product Features|
|Number of Players||1-2|
|Game Name Special Features||New additions to the series include a map, radio, cell phone, and clock The system's internal clock allows for events to occur which change depending on whether it's day or night Import Pokémon from Silver, Red, Blue, and Yell|
|Game Name Series||Pokemon Series|
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Pokemon Gold Version (Game Boy Color)
I bought it, because I used to play the gameboy color pokemon games red, yellow, crystal, and silver. I lost my silver game a long time ago, and my crystal couldn't retain memory anymore. I hadn't played gold before. I like it because pokemon has always been a fun game to play, and this time I could get HO-HO. I was also able to benefit from the seller's previous play, with four celebis, and other powerful legendary pokemon. I also got master balls. I dislike that gold doesn't have pokemon that move like in the Crystal version. The only bad thing about this game, is that it freezes randomly, or when I put it down or bump the gameboy.
A nostalgia joy ride
Perfect quality, and everything works fine. My inner 7 year old self can finally be happy after the day my teacher stole it and never gave it back. Works just like it used to all those years ago. It's like a trip down memory lane with the best generation of Pokemon to exist. Some might have started on Poke'mon Red or Green, but I started here.
Achat vérifié : Oui | État : neuf | Vendu par : saboye9
It is authentic glad to see that
Battery was dead so it would not save but that’s ok i have spares i bought for my other pokemon games so i soldered one in really quick and it works fine now. Other than the dead battery everything was perfect 👍
Achat vérifié : Oui | État : d'occasion | Vendu par : austudent09
best game ever
The problem with writing a review for this game is for me to express- what's making me give this such a darn high score. If someone explained the game's premise, you probably wouldn't know what the big fuss is about. But I'm here to tell you, in plain and simple words, that- the reason the game is so good is because: it is just FUN. But what's fun about it? Is it the walking in tall grass just to make pokemon jump out at you? No way! Is it battling pokemon with the turn-based battle system? Nope! Is it throwing the poke-balls at these now weakened pokemon? Come on, you've got to be kidding! No, the fun part is- Walking in the tall grass to make pokemon jump at you so you can fight with the turn based battle system to weaken them and then catch them with a poke-ball! Alone, each main element of the game (and believe me, there are a whole LOT more than I said) isn't all that fun, but, when they all come together, not only do they combine to become incredibly fun, but each separate element exponentially increases its fun-level just by being intertwined with the other elements. And the end result- one of the best games, ever. You probably know all about Pokemon by now, they're cute little monsters that range from birds to sea demons, and their one purpose is to fight and fight until someone faints. They inhabit the entire world, and there are between 200-350 types of them- or more! There are also little devices called "poke balls" which you throw at wild pokemon to catch them. Once caught, pokemon are bound to you for life! Cool, huh!? Well, in this game, you are some kid who was given a pokemon (chosen by you!) by a pokemon professor, Elm. After he recognizes your "skill" as a trainer, he lets you keep it. Good for you! You then go on an adventure where, at its barest state, is to collect all 8 gym badges and beat the pokemon CHAMPION, therefore becoming a Pokemon master! But that's not all, oh, no. There's much, MUCH more, including the ability to visit the Pokemon Red/Blue areas(!) So read on and find out! Graphics: 8/10 This is, of course, a Game Boy Color, so the graphics aren't that advanced. But it's in color, and what color it is! Even with the GBC's sort of limited color selection, you never feel as if you're playing some kind of game whose colors somehow, inexplicably, faded away. Key people are very recognizable, but for regular people, they repeat the same 15 characters 2,500 times. The pokemon, however... that's some great artwork. And the introduction to the game is ALMOST (almost) semi-GBA-quality! How great is that!? Sound: 10/10 This amazed me. How could the sound be SO GOOD on such a small system? Yet you can actually distinguish between instruments (or whatever they use to make music for GBC). And each pokemon has its own distinctive cry which can actually be used to identify them! How cool is that!? The music, while already outdated, is still classic. If only the footsteps weren't so darn LOUD... oh well. Story: 10/10 This is a very well-written story, I must say. Even though there are three points where you can deem the game "finished," it seems as if it'll never end, which actually adds to the whole feeling. And this is the best part- there are SO MANY SIDE-QUESTS. It would literally take me about a month of nonstop playing just to FIND them all, doing them is another story. And in the main plotline itself- so many twists and turns, yet the story never gets too confusing, it never
For one i have always loved the first two generations of the Pokemon games. I have recently started the third to catch up on things. But as far as game ratings go Pokemon as a RPG is amazing. your not limited to certain things when it comes to the type of trainer you want to be. The story line is limited but also pretty good when you realize what kinda audience its aimed at. But all the elements involved make it that much better. Example is i could be a all fire pokemon trainer or bring everything i can to a battle.(ex: fire, water, electric, normal, dragon). My own experience is that i always have a new favorite. The first time you play you love the starter. Next time you love a Pokemon that everyone hates. Then after that you have a Pokemon that will always win a battle for you. It truly puts you in the characters place at times. Ive caught myself yelling at a Pokemon in the middle of a battle. lol. its sad but true. If you haven't played Pokemon yet PLEASE start with the first and work your way up and you will truly love what the game has to offer. Three thumbs up. Three you ask? i borrowed a thumb from a friend. lol