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Pokémon Emerald Version

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Pokémon Emerald Version
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Developer(s): Game Freak
Publisher(s): Nintendo
Platform: Game Boy Advance
Category: RPG
Players: 1
Predecessor: Pokémon Ruby and Sapphire
Successor: Pokémon Diamond and Pearl
Release dates
N. America: April 30, 2005
Japan: September 16, 2004
Europe: October 21, 2005
Australia: June 9, 2005
S. Korea: N/A
CERO: 全年齢 (all ages)
ACB: G8+
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Pokémon Emerald Version is a Generation III Pokémon game for the Game Boy Advance


Pokémon Emerald Version takes Trainers back to the land of Hoenn for an expanded adventure, this time against both Team Magma and Team Aqua! Pokémon Emerald also features an even more exciting storyline featuring the Legendary Rayquaza, and the chance to catch more Legendary Pokémon such as both Latios and Latias!

Around the region you'll notice exciting locales, especially the Battle Frontier. The Battle Frontier is basically an amusement park for Trainers, with a variety of challenges in a number of arenas headed by the always-intimidating Frontier Brains, some of the most formidable Trainers you've ever faced.



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Other than localizations, only one revision of Pokémon Emerald Version is known. However, the localizations would apply further debugging work, fixing a glitch where the player could originally Dive in Team Aqua Hideout (provided that they save and resetted the game in the deep water area first and used the move from the party menu) and end up outside of a house in Petalburg City.


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