DescriptionPokémon Red Version is the international version of Pocket Monsters Akai. Compared to the earlier version, Red has updated graphics and audio, some changes to area layouts, and significantly overhauled code, all of which in fact originate from the Japanese release of Pocket Monsters Ao.
Red and Akai share the same version-exclusive Pokémon; in order to complete the Pokédex, players must trade with owners of Blue version.
There are no Nintendo 3DS user screenshots for this game.
There are 35 other screenshots from other versions of this game or official promotional screenshots.
- "ポケットモンスター 赤" -- Japanese spelling
- "Pokémon: Version Rouge" -- French title
- "Pokémon: Versione Rossa - Acchiappali tutti!" -- Italian tag-lined title
- "Pokémon Versione Rossa" -- Italian title
- "Pokémon: Rote Version - Schnapp' sie Dir alle!" -- German tag-lined title
- "Pokémon: Rote Edition" -- German title
- "Pokémon: Red Version - Gotta catch 'em all!" -- Tag-lined title
- "Pokémon: Edición Roja - ¡Hazte con todos!" -- Spanish tag-lined title
- "Pokémon: Edición Roja" -- Spanish title
- "Pocket Monsters: Aka" -- Japanese title
Part of the Following Groups
- Gameplay feature: Fishing
- Gameplay feature: Gambling
- Gameplay feature: Importable characters
- Gameplay feature: Monster capture / training
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- Pokémon main RPG series
- Pokémon universe
- Video games turned into board / card games
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|Nintendo Life||Mar 07, 2016||90|
|FNintendo||Mar 25, 2016||9 out of 10||90|
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DevelopmentThe man behind Pocket Monsters, Satoshi Tajiri, had been working on the game a full five years (from 1991 to 1996) before he finally decided to release it after he was satisfied enough with it. No one at Nintendo expected the game to be a hit, but it was.
InspirationSatoshi Tajiri got the concept for Pokémon when he was growing up as a kid. It's said that as a boy he used to catch bugs of all types and watch them grow and develop, like a caterpillar evolving into a butterfly! It's crazy to know that this childhood hobby would turn into a, now normal, popular enterprise.
Virtual Console AlterationsPokémon Red and its counterpart versions were rereleased for the 3DS Virtual Console to celebrate the Pokémon franchise's 20th anniversary in 2016. Since the Nintendo 3DS isn't compatible with the long-obsolete Game Link Cable, these releases use the system's local wireless features for link trades and battles. Additionally, several attack animations have been toned down for the safety of players with photosensitive epilepsy or other sensory conditions.
- Game Informer
- August 2001 (Issue #100) - #39 in the "Top 100 Games of All Time" poll
- Retro Gamer
- Total! (Germany)
- Issue 01/2000 – Best Game Boy RPG in 1999
Related Web Sites
- Hints for Pokemon Red, Blue and Yellow (These question and answer type hints cover Pokemon Red, Blue and Yellow.)
- Pokèmon Elite 2000 (A Pokèmon fan site good at covering the latest news about coming and existing Pokèmon games.)
- Psypokes (A comprehensive Pokémon site that pretty much covers everything there is to know about the games.)
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