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|Platform:||Nintendo Game Boy Advance|
|Game Name:||Pokémon: Emerald Version||Genre:||Role Playing|
|Region Code:||NTSC-U/C (US/Canada)||Release Year:||2005|
|Brave trainers once again face off against wily rivals and hunt for rare, wild pocket monsters in this quest to put a stop to the destructive expansion of Team Magma and Team Aqua. Following a tradition established back in the later days of the original Game Boy, the GBA's Pokémon Emerald is, in essence, an enhanced version of Pokémon: Ruby and Pokémon: Sapphire, with many similar settings and features and the ability to link with either previous game. Emerald is also compatible with the other Pokémon releases in its generation, including Pokémon: FireRed, Pokémon: LeafGreen, and the GameCube's Pokémon Colosseum.|
|eBay Product ID (ePID)||44502992|
|Product Key Features|
|Video Game Name||Pokémon: Emerald Version|
|Platform||Nintendo Game Boy Advance|
|Additional Product Features|
|Number of Players||1-4|
|Game||Pokemon: Emerald Version|
|Game Series||Pokemon Series|
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Game works great, not all pokemon will transfer into pokemon bank though.
The game is good and you do get what is advertised (mostly). It's nice that you actually start out with all the shiny pokemon in your bank at the beginning so you can play but obviously the part about all the pokemon being authentic was too good to be true. You can transfer them all up to white/black 2 but most of the pokemon wont transfer to the pokemon bank. A few of them will but the vast majority will simply say there is something wrong with the pokemon and wont transfer. I'd give this review 5/5 if that worked but I'm going to have to score lower because the pokemon wont transfer.
Achat vérifié : Oui | État : d'occasion | Vendu par : gamingmage
one of the better pokemon games
I love this game. I had it before and my daughter lost it. we had all the pokemon that you can catch from leaf green/fire red to emerald. we caught and traded pokemon between ruby, sapphire, leaf green, fire red, and emerald until we had all that could be caught. the only ones we did not have are the one that you could only get at Nintendo events. here's a tip for those who play this game, do not use the MASTERBALL when you get it,,SAVE IT... after you beat the elite 4 at the end of the game and you reach the "Battle tower" there is a "clone cheat" where you can clone your pokemon and if your pokemon is holding an item(such as a MASTERBALL) it will clone the pokemon and the item. then you can go after the Legendary pokemon that are impossible to catch. if you don't know the cheat you can search on youtube or google.
Achat vérifié : Oui | État : d'occasion | Vendu par : odess_car
Still One of the Best Pokemon Games.
Pokemon Emerald version is the definitive pokemon game for the gameboy advanced. The 3rd generation of games in the series had Ruby and Sapphire versions, Emerald taking the best of both games and mashing them into one cart. It's also fully compatible with both Ruby and Sapphire, as well as FireRed and LeafGreen, so you can trade and battle with all 5 games. A big draw to the gba games was the updated graphics compared to the previous games. You're headed to a new town, fresh off the moving truck and you find yourself neighbors with the region's Pokemon Professor and their kid, who will be either a boy or girl depending on what you chose when you started. Right away the world is beautiful and only gets better as you explore the region. The music for these games is also incredible and pretty unique even compared to the newest Pokemon games. Cons: I really only have one major con to these games: The games are old, released originally in 2004, and the game's clock runs off a battery that is most likely dried up by now. The battery only affects time related events, like berry plants growing, clocks telling time and other small events that can sometimes leave you without items you might want. Nothing important, but it's annoying. You can get batteries pretty easily, but you have to solder a new one in, which can potentially ruin the cart if you're not careful.
Achat vérifié : Oui | État : d'occasion | Vendu par : watertownsdvide...
The game is great! It was in my line up of beating all the Pokemon games and so I decided to purchase it here. Anyways, the product is absolutely great - it was much better than what I expected. For a very cheap price, it came not only in perfect condition with the game itself looking polished and clean, but also came with a little case to keep it in! An amazing deal and would definitely recommend buying. Otherwise, the game is very fun, and a must play if you're the competitive sort who needs to beat all the Gens.
Achat vérifié : Oui | État : d'occasion | Vendu par : mariosworld0
A small step forward, with a big view of the future of the series.
This has always been a great game, in my library at least. You have the standard copy-paste formula of the major Pokemon RPG's, adventurer from X town travels throughout Y region to beat Gym Leaders and become champion of the Pokemon League, all while fighting Team Z and your rival. Rather than diminishing from the experience, the familiarity and intuitiveness make it easy to use, whether you're a vet or picking up a Pokemon game for the first time. It has a few new features, but apart from the double battle, new features for berries, and the Battle Frontier, nothing worth writing about. The graphics are good, and I would argue, better than the new DS games. I prefer clarity and sharpness over 3D. Similar to Ruby and Sapphire, a generation better than Gold and Silver, and a world apart from Red, Blue, and Yellow. The music isn't too remarkable. It's good, and it's varied enough to prevent, in my opinion, it getting stagnant, but it doesn't stand out quite like the originals, but that could be my nostalgia kicking in. The controls are easy to master, same as all other Pokemon games. The new Pokemon are interesting, along with a good selection of legendaries for the collector(the cover Pokemon being my favorite of all time, except for Mew of course). All in all, this game, while similar to all the other ones, stands out through it's storyline, (which I left out because A. There are tons of places to read about it, and B. I don't like giving spoilers.), its Pokemon, and its ability to stick to the tried and true formula without getting old. As the last Pokemon game on the GBA, except for FireRed and LeafGreen, this was the game that set up the stage for the ones to follow, to cross the threshold to the future of the series.