History Trivia / PokemonRedAndBlue

12th Apr '17 10:07:57 AM Kindle4Light
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* CreatorsFavorite: Gengar is the favorite Pokémon of Ken Sugimori, one of the franchise's main artists.

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Gengar is the favorite Pokémon of Ken Sugimori, one of the franchise's main artists.
30th Mar '17 10:15:39 PM Medinoc
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* LateExportForYou: The game reached Europe after three years, well within the [=GameBoy=] Color era, which made it look incredibly dated compared to "older"[[note]]but not really[[/note]] games like ''VideoGame/TheLegendOfZeldaLinksAwakening DX''.
21st Mar '17 10:37:31 AM KagSwirby
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** The series creator, Satoshi Tajiri, said that his favorite Pokemon were Poliwag and Poliwhirl.
** Psyduck for composer and future game director Junichi Masuda.
4th Feb '17 11:50:32 AM BrendanRizzo
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* ExecutiveMeddling: Creator/GameFreak originally did not plan to have PlayerVersusPlayer support -- just trading -- but Creator/{{Nintendo}} requested that it be added.

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* ExecutiveMeddling: Creator/GameFreak originally did not plan to have PlayerVersusPlayer support -- just trading -- but Creator/{{Nintendo}} requested that it be added. This may partially explain all the FakeBalance in the games.
28th Dec '16 2:01:37 PM Karxrida
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* ExecutiveMeddling: Originally, Game Freak planned the link cable to be used exclusively for trading Pokémon. However, Nintendo requested Game Freak to include link battle.

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* ExecutiveMeddling: Originally, Game Freak planned the link cable Creator/GameFreak originally did not plan to be used exclusively for have PlayerVersusPlayer support -- just trading Pokémon. However, Nintendo -- but Creator/{{Nintendo}} requested Game Freak to include link battle.that it be added.
27th Dec '16 8:40:40 PM flamemario12
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* ExecutiveMeddling: Originally, Game Freak planned the link cable to be used exclusively for trading Pokémon. However, Nintendo requested to include link battle.


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* ExecutiveMeddling: Originally, Game Freak planned the link cable to be used exclusively for trading Pokémon. However, Nintendo requested Game Freak to include link battle.
27th Dec '16 8:39:32 PM flamemario12
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* ExecutiveMeddling: Originally, Game Freak planned the link cable to be used exclusively for trading Pokémon. However, Nintendo requested to include link battle.
27th Dec '16 4:41:01 PM WaxingName
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** Professor Oak was going to be battled at some point late in the game. He uses a high-level team that's very similar to Blue's final one and includes the fully evolved form of the starter that wasn't picked. [[DummiedOut The data is still in the game]] and he can be fought via glitches or a cheat device.

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** Professor Oak was going to be battled at some point late in the game. He uses a high-level team that's very similar to Blue's final one and includes the fully evolved form of the starter that wasn't picked. [[DummiedOut The data is still in the game]] and he can be fought via glitches or a cheat device. This unused fight later served as inspiration for [[spoiler:the Champion battle against Professor Kukui in ''VideoGame/PokemonSunAndMoon''.]]
10th Nov '16 10:16:36 AM Karxrida
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* KeepCirculatingTheTapes: While the games were remade for the [=GameBoy=] Advance, the original cartridges were becoming more and more difficult to obtain. Then when the GBA, the last device capable of playing original [=GameBoy=] games, was discontinued, it became even more difficult to play the originals. Eventually KeepCirculatingTheTapes/{{Rescued}} when the originals were added to the Nintendo Virtual Console.
10th Nov '16 10:15:08 AM Karxrida
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* RemadeForTheExport: The international releases of the Kanto games were based on the Japanese ''Blue'' version, with many glitches fixed and a host of graphical improvements, particularly to the battle sprites.

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* RemadeForTheExport: The international releases of the Kanto games were based on the Japanese ''Blue'' version, with many which fixed a number of glitches fixed and had a host of graphical improvements, particularly to the battle sprites.
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