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Pokémon FireRed and LeafGreen Versions

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Pokémon FireRed and LeafGreen Versions
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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 Emerald
Release dates
N. America: September 9, 2004
Japan: January 29, 2004
Europe: October 1, 2004
Australia: September 23, 2004
S. Korea: N/A
CERO: 全年齢 (all ages)
PEGI: 3+
ACB: G8+
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Pokémon FireRed Version and Pokémon LeafGreen Version are a set of video games for the Nintendo Game Boy Advance. They are remakes of the original games in the series, Pokémon Red and Green (see #Related Games for more info). Alongside the original storyline, the games also included the new semi-region of the Sevii Islands.





- A leaf is a symbol of peace
- Fire and water are opposing concepts so it seems like a conflict
- on the jacket we wanted to have a colorful drawing of Bulbasaur
- A leaf may not be immediately familiar to Japanese kids but
for kids overseas it is an easy concept to grasp
- in this world of conflicts we wanted to give a name
that is suggestive of a peaceful world

Release data

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  • The original Japanese versions
  • The localizations of the games. The (possibly non-English) European versions would also fix a Nugget Bridge oversight from Japanese and North American versions, allowing for infinite Nuggets if the player loses the battle against Team Rocket.
  • The version 1.1 revision of the Japanese versions, with unknown changes.
  • The version 1.1 revision of international versions, which fixes a missing "PRESENTS" word in the Game Freak intro and a Pokédex category text error where only the first word of the category is shown.

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