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|Picture = [[File:250px-Pokemon blue box ja.jpeg|150px]]
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|background color = 0000FF
|Name = Pokémon Blue (Japan)
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|border color = 4169E1
|publisher = Nintendo
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|background color 2 = 0000FF
|developer = Game Freak
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|border color 2 = 4169E1
|category = RPG
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|video game title = Pokémon Blue Version
|player# = 1-2 Players
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|japanese title = ポケットモンスター 青
|ESRB = N/A
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|image = PKM Blue.png
|release-date-japan = October 10, 1996
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|caption = Pokémon Blue Version game box cover.
|release-date-north-america = September 30, 1998 <small>(As [[Pokémon Red and Blue|Red and Blue]])</small>
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|generation = Generation I
|release-date-europe = October 8, 1999 <small>(As Red and Blue)</small>
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|players = 1-2 players
|release-date-australia = November 1, 1998 <small>(As Red and Blue)</small>
 
|release-date-korea = N/A
 
 
|platform = Game Boy
 
|platform = Game Boy
|region = Kanto
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|category = RPG
}}'''Pokémon Blue''' (Pocket Monsters Blue in Japan) is an updated version of [[Pokémon Red and Green]]. It is also the game used for the translation of the worldwide [[Generation I]] games. In Japan Pokémon Blue served as the third version of the origional Kanto games, with Yellow Pikachu Edition being a new game added to the set for modified gameplay and utilization of the full effect of the Gameboy Color. Pokémon Blue version was used as Red versions foreign release counterpart because the two have the same Pokémon battle sprites and pictures. Pokémon Green version which only saw release in Japan as the origional counterpart to Red Version has considerably more awkward battle sprites then the other two games. This poor graphic design is why Red version's depictions of the original 151 were used for its updated release and why green version was never released to a wide audience.
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|developer = Game Freak
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|publisher = Nintendo
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|japanese release date = October 10, 1996{{tt|*|CoroCoro Comic}}<br />October 15, 1999{{tt|*|Retail}}<br />February 27, 2016{{tt|*|3DS eShop re-release}}
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|north america release date = N/A
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|european release date = N/A
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|south korean release date = N/A
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|australian release date = N/A
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|cero = N/A
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|esrb = N/A
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|acb = N/A
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|oflc = N/A
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|pegi = N/A
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|grb = N/A}}
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'''Pokémon Blue Version''' (Pocket Monsters Blue in Japan) is an updated version of [[Pokémon Red and Green Version|Pokémon Red and Green]]. It is also the game used for the translation of the worldwide [[Generation I]] games. In Japan Pokémon Blue served as the third version of the original Kanto games, with [[Pokémon Yellow Version: Special Pikachu Edition|Yellow Edition]] being a new game added to the set for modified gameplay and utilization of the full effect of the Game Boy Color. Pokémon Blue version was used as Red Version's foreign release counterpart because the two have the same Pokémon battle sprites and pictures. Pokémon Green Version, which only saw release in Japan as the original counterpart to Red Version, has considerably more awkward battle sprites than the other two games. This poor graphic design is why Red Version's depictions of the original 151 were used for its updated release and why Green Version was never released to a wide audience. It also removes some of the game-breaking glitches.
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[[Category:Generation I]]

Latest revision as of 02:24, October 28, 2017

Pokémon Blue Version (Pocket Monsters Blue in Japan) is an updated version of Pokémon Red and Green. It is also the game used for the translation of the worldwide Generation I games. In Japan Pokémon Blue served as the third version of the original Kanto games, with Yellow Edition being a new game added to the set for modified gameplay and utilization of the full effect of the Game Boy Color. Pokémon Blue version was used as Red Version's foreign release counterpart because the two have the same Pokémon battle sprites and pictures. Pokémon Green Version, which only saw release in Japan as the original counterpart to Red Version, has considerably more awkward battle sprites than the other two games. This poor graphic design is why Red Version's depictions of the original 151 were used for its updated release and why Green Version was never released to a wide audience. It also removes some of the game-breaking glitches.

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