Pocket Monsters Red and Green
Pocket Monsters Red and Green
Pocket Monsters Red and Green boxarts.
Publisher Nintendo
Developer Game Freak
Rating E
Category RPG
Introduces Generation I
Japan February 27th, 1996
America September 1st, 1998
Europe October 5th, 1999

Pocket Monsters Red (Japanese: ポケットモンスター 赤) and Green (Japanese: ポケットモンスター 緑) were the first Pokémon games, created by Nintendo. They were changed from Red and Green to Red and Blue in versions outside of Japan.

Plot Edit

The game starts with the game player and his rival. The player receives one of three starters, Fushigidane (Grass), Hitokage (Fire), and Zenigame (Water), and goes off on their journey. The player fights 8 Gyms, consisting of Rock, Water, Electric, Grass, Psychic, Poison, Fire, and Ground-type Pokémon, an evil organization named Roketto-Dan, and their rival. Eventually, the player has to fight the Elite Four to beat the game.

The player is given a Pokémon Zukan by Doctor Okkido at the beginning of the game, who intends for the player to view and catch all 151 Pokémon, including Myuu.

Gameplay Edit

The game plays with mostly one player. However, through trade and connection for other means, up to two players at a time can be in the game at once. A useful set of buttons allows the player to move, open the menu, save, and much more. At this point, not very many attributes are available to experience a more wholesome gameplay.

Connections Edit

The most famous connector is the Game Boy link cable, which allows the players to trade, battle, and communicate with other trainers in the real world. A few of the Pokémon can only evolve through trade, namely Goron, Gousuto, and Gouriiki.

Trading between different languages and generations are impossible in these games, resulting in a corrupted save file every time this is attempted.

Unavailable Pokémon Edit

#023 023Icon Aabo Poison
#024 024Icon Aabokku Poison
#043 043Icon Nazonokusa Grass Poison
#044 044Icon Kusaihana Grass Poison
#045 045Icon Rafuresia Grass Poison
#056 056Icon Mankii Fighting
#057 057Icon Okorizaru Fighting
#058 058Icon Gaadi Fire
#059 059Icon Uindi Fire
#123 123Icon Sutoraiku Bug Flying
#125 125Icon Erebuu Electric
#027 027Icon Sando Ground
#028 028Icon Sandopan Ground
#037 037Icon Rokon Fire
#038 038Icon Kyuukon Fire
#052 052Icon Nyaasu Normal
#053 053Icon Parushain Normal
#069 069Icon Madatsubomi Grass Poison
#070 070Icon Utsudon Grass Poison
#071 071Icon Utsubotto Grass Poison
#126 126Icon Buubaa Fire
#127 127Icon Kairosu Bug

Featuring Edit

Pokémon Gyms Edit

There are 8 main Pokémon Gyms in Red and Green. Each Gym Leader gives out certain badges to the player, who can then use the badges to get into the Pokémon League. The Gym Leaders are as follows:

The Elite Four Edit

There are four top trainers called The Elite Four. These four trainers are fought at the end of the game, followed by the player's rival. These four trainers are as follows:

Other Edit

Trivia Edit

Criticism Edit