Pokémon Box: Ruby & Sapphire (GameCube)

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    As the number of Pokémon games for the Game Boy Advance system grew, fans demanded a way to store all of their treasured Pokémon. Pokémon Box let players store and share Pokémon via the Nintendo GameCube™ Game Boy™ Advance cable.

    Looking for an easy way to keep track of all the Pokémon you've caught? Check out Pokémon Box, a storage utility for your Pokémon for the GameCube system! Keep all your Pokémon in one location and transfer them to your Pokémon Ruby Version or Pokémon Sapphire Version game whenever they're needed for duty. With Pokémon Box, it's easy to find precisely the Pokémon you're looking for. Need an Electric-type Pokémon under Level 50 for your next big battle? No problem! Want to know which Pokémon have learned the HM Surf? Easily done! Pokémon Box makes searches like these quick and uncomplicated.

    Pokémon Box also lets you play Pokémon Ruby and Pokémon Sapphire on your TV via GameCube, making it a versatile, must-have utility for all serious Pokémon Trainers.

    Contributed by Michael Cassidy (15171) on Jul 05, 2015.

    The ultimate commodity for Poké-maniacs.

    How to buy:
    This is the most exclusive Pokémon software ever offered to North American Pokémon fans - so exclusive that you can only buy it from the PokémonCenter. You can order online at pokemoncenter.com, over the phone (1-877-476-5366), or by visiting the PokémonCenter store in New York City.

    Search, sort and handle other management functions to organize and display the Pokémon you've collected from your Pokémon Ruby and Pokémon Sapphire Game Boy Advance games.


    • Save up to 1,500 Pokémon to a special Memory Card
    • Play Pokémon Ruby or Pokémon Sapphire on a television screen without the Game Boy Player
    • Includes custom Memory Card 59

    Pokémon Box provides a solution for players who have captured Pokémon in their Game Boy Advance games but don't have enough space to keep them. Players can save up to 1,500 Pokémon to a special Memory Card for Nintendo GameCube, more than three times as many Pokémon as can be stored in a Pokémon Ruby or Pokémon Sapphire Game Pak. As you capture more Pokémon, you can store them on a Nintendo GameCube Memory Card.

    Using Pokémon Box, players can play Pokémon Ruby or Pokémon Sapphire in single-player mode on their television screen via the Game Boy Advance Game Link Cable.

    Players need a Game Boy Advance system, Pokémon Ruby or Pokémon Sapphire, Game Boy Advance Game Link Cable and Nintendo GameCube system to use Pokémon Box.

    Contributed by Xoleras (66094) on Dec 04, 2004.