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Pokemon Emerald Version
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Pokemon Emerald is an extension of Pokemon Ruby and Pokemon Sapphire -- you'll travel to an all-new region and explore as you face off against Team Aqua and Team Magma. An aspiring Pokemon trainer moves to tiny Littleroot Town and discovers all-new Pokemon to train and compete with -- now he's on the road to being a great trainer!

Are you looking for a new Pokemon challenge? With a focus on continuing the story, Pokemon Emerald brings together elements and characters from Pokemon Ruby and Sapphire. Emerald is the third adventure to take place in the Hoenn region, and it features all new areas and exciting new plot twists.

In Pokemon Emerald, your character is an aspiring Pokemon Trainer and new inhabitant of Littleroot Town. You'll enter the neighborhood amid a truckload of boxes, eager to explore your new environment. Eventually, you'll stumble upon a challenge that forces you to select from three Pokemon -- Torchic, Mudkip or Treecko. Once you decide, you can begin your quest to become the world's greatest Pokemon Trainer.

If you've played the Ruby or Sapphire installments, you'll recognize many of the locations in Emerald. Although familiar, quite a lot has changed in Emerald. The most exciting addition is Battle Frontier. No matter how well you think you know Hoenn, you will always discover something entirely new. Plus, you may even encounter a new Gym Leader in your journeys.

You are up against stiff competition in Emerald. Team Magma and Team Aqua once again look to disrupt the peaceful civility of Hoenn. Unlike Ruby and Sapphire, both gangs have set up camp in this adventure. That means you'll be facing double-the-evil, double-the-clever, scheming plans. To really spice things up, Emerald has added sightings of the rare Pokemon Rayquaza. The plot thickens!

The Battle Frontier of Pokemon Emerald brings together seven battle facilities. Each area provides a unique battle experience. Special Trainers called Frontier Brains head each facility and they will test every aspect of your combat skills. Your victories will be memorialized in the form of Frontier Symbols, and you must defeat the Frontier Brain at each location several times in order to earn your awards.

With new locations like Battle Dome, Battle Arena, Battle Factory, and Battle Pike, Pokemon Emerald will throw you awesome new twists and challenges. The new adventure in Hoenn is full of adventure and has plenty of opportunities to hone your battle skills. Just keep your composure, explore the island, and you can become the world's greatest Pokemon Trainer.

  • Players must keep balance in the world of Hoenn, where Team Magma or Team Aqua are taking over
  • Use your best battle strategies - on the Battle Frontier you'll face the most challenging competition ever
  • 7 Frontier Brain competitors - beat them to gain all the symbols of the Battle Frontier
  • Connects with Pokemon Ruby, Sapphire, Colosseum, Fire Red and Leaf Green for total compatibility
  • Wireless multiplayer trading and battling with up to 4 players

Customer Reviews:

  • Electronic marbles
    In the "dark ages" we use to play marbles (alleys) and we would all do battle and different marbles could do different things. This is just an electronic version of it. No more lost marbles or torn marble bags. Get with the times Dad....more info
  • My son loves it!!
    I have to say, my son hasn't been disappointed in any of the Pokemon games yet. Great game....more info
  • Old School Game with a New School Style
    I looked for a while for a game that could somehow mirror the time I spent into my childhood favorites Pokemon Red and Blue. I looked in systems like Xbox 360, PC games, and hand-held games, and it became apparent that the only way I'll ever recreate the magic I had when I was 7 at 17 was with, once again, Pokemon. But by now, I could no longer pick up the old Pokemon Red or Blue and play. I've played the game so many times and abused the Missing No. glitch too much to get anything new, so I took a risk in a newer Pokemon game. I'm still partial to the original 151 Pokemon, but I was drawn into the game just as quickly as I was for the original, and as a bonus, it's been weeks, and I STILL have so much to do in the game, and I have trouble setting it down. The only negative I can think of is losing some sleep due to playing it a bit too much at night....more info
  • Pokemon Emerald Version
    The Pokemon Emerald Version is a fun game. It is great to add Polemon to your Diamond or Pearl Pokemon. Everything went smooth in the transaction. I would buy from this person again....more info
  • watch out for used games
    Overall the game is fun and worth it if you enjoy the Pokemon franchise. However be careful about buying a used version. Mine, and I found out many other people had this problem, told me the saved file was erased due to damage or corruption after I beat the Elite Four and went through the credits. So if you don't want to take the risk of that happening because somebody sells you a bootleg version of the game, consider buying it new....more info
  • Excellent
    I bought this game for my son. He tells me he enjoys it very much....more info
  • Awesome Game
    I think this game is so awesome except when I wanted to buy a DS Lite and you didn't have any so I have to buy it from Ebay.I rely on you for online shopping for the DS,but you didn't have any so I don't really like Amazon.Please Reply....more info
  • Perfect Game
    This story has many similarities to Pokemon Ruby and Sapphire, but it differs in some aspects as much as it's the same.

    Well, after riding along in the bumpy moving trucjk, you finally arrive to your new home in Littleroot Town in the Hoenn Region. You go off to meet Professer Birch, only to learn he is out doing fieldwork. You head into the field only to find the professer being attacked by a wild Pokemon. You must save him, so you grab a Poke ball from his bag and send out the Pokemon inside. You defeat the wild Pokemon with ease. Professer then thanks you by letting you keep the Pokemon you borrowed earlier, and you head out into the world to face all the trainers and obtain all the Pokemon possible. Along the way, you meet many friends and make many rivals. You challenge Gym Leaders to prove your worth as a trainer by earning their special badges - only the winning trainers are permitted to hold. But this road is treacherous, and along the way, evil teams release legendary Pokemon, Groudon and Kyogre. The battle rages, but the legendary Rayquaza arrives and quells the fight with its incredible power. After that, you head up to Ever Grande to win the Pokemon League, to become the ultimate champion.

    After you become a master, you are invited by a man named Scott to an island called the Battle Frontier, the frontline of battling. You must obtain their special symbols by winning rigourous fights.... It's the ultimate test of skill as a trainer. But you choose to take this test. This is your dream. So make it come true....more info
  • I haven't seen any better game!
    You start off as a new person in town. From there, the professor is scared and he asks you for help. Soon after, you get your first Pokemon, and from thereafter, it's all fun and games. I my opinion, the best part is catching and training Pokemon. And, let me tell you, it's hard! Although, it's really fun when your Pokemon evolves. And if you get this game, I'm sure you'll love it too; Pokemon fan, or not! ...more info
  • Pokemon Emerald Version
    This game is addictive, and it has great replay value. Hours of fun can be expected. Once it is beaten, there is still more to do....more info
  • Emerald World
    This game is a lot of fun, and takes a long time to complete. The place that is unlocked after you beat the elite four is an interesting feature, and is hard to conquer. Being an owner of some of the previous versions, however, I must say that I was a bit disappointed when I found that you cannot trade between the older versions (red, blue, yellow, gold, silver, or crystal). All and all, if you have not ventured into the world of Sapphire and Ruby yet (as I have not), you will be pleasantly surprised. The graphics are great and there are plenty of challenging secrets to unlock. The new landscape/towns also make it worthwhile for any Pokemon oldie to try out, as getting around is more of a challenge, since you don't have any idea where you're going, it sort of takes you back to your first game. It's good, give it a try! ...more info
  • A solid continuation of a great franchise
    The Pokemon franchise has long outlasted its fad status, and seems here to stay. Next to Mario, it's the best-selling video game franchise in history. There's a reason for that, and it's not the pikachu dolls people bought for their 10 year olds. The games that started it all are excellent role-playing games, and bring you into a fun and interesting setting with lots of choices.

    Pokemon Emerald follows the same plot as the rest of the Pokemon games. You start as a rookie trainer, and eventually work your way up to the Pokemon League champion. On the way, you manage to save the world from the incursions of a team (two teams, in this case) that seeks to use pokemon for their own advantage. The plot is simple but fun. The battle system is engaging, but the real appeal is the pokemon themselves. You can catch them, trade them, and battle them. Additionally, you can enter them in contests, feed and care for them, and breed them. You can only carry six at a time, so there's a lot of thought put into building a team, teaching them moves, and so on. You can have hours of fun just exploring the wilds and entering pokemon into contests, regardless of whether you want to actually battle them or carry through the game's plot.

    Pokemon Emerald has all the strengths of its predecessors, and adds some new features to boot. It also has the franchise's drawbacks. The plot is predictable to those who have played the game before, and risks becoming stale at times. The amount of battling can become repetitive later in the game, especially when you're in a cave and you have to deal with wandering pokemon every few steps. These flaws are easy enough to ignore if you're interested by the gameplay, though, and that gameplay stands up well in comparison to most CRPGs out there today. Overall, Pokemon Emerald isn't anything new for the franchise, but it does continue a tradition of good games that carry the Pokemon brand name....more info