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}}'''Pokémon''' ''' Stadium '' ''2 ''' is a game that, like its predecessor, was compatible with the Generation I games [[Pokémon Red and Blue|Red, Blue]] and [[Pokémon Yellow|Yellow]] plus the Generation II games [[Pokémon Gold and Silver]] allowing players to copy their Pokémon onto the game and use them in battle.
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}}'''Pokémon''' ''' Stadium '' ''2 ''' is a game that, like its predecessor, was compatible with the Generation I games [[Pokémon Red and Blue|Red, Blue]] and [[Pokémon Yellow|Yellow]] plus the Generation II games [[Pokémon Gold and Silver]] allowing players to copy their Pokémon onto the game and use them in battle.
   
   

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Pokémon Stadium 2 is a game that, like its predecessor, was compatible with the Generation I games Red, Blue and Yellow plus the Generation II games Pokémon Gold and Silver allowing players to copy their Pokémon onto the game and use them in battle.


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