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Green from Red

Discussion in 'Pokémon Generation I & II Discussion' started by PKMNinja, Apr 19, 2013.

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  1. PKMNinja

    PKMNinja Black Ninja

    I know that green was only released in Japan but what is the difference then say, red. Please help.
     
  2. PKMNinja

    PKMNinja Black Ninja

    Also I can't find anything on google.
     
  3. Shymain

    Shymain Shaymin Lover

    There is absolutely no difference.
    As said by Serebii.net:

    Many of you know that in Japan, Pokémon was 1st released in Red and Green versions while Red and Blue versions were released here in the U.S. What very few people don't realize is that the U.S. Blue version is the same as the Japanese Green version. In Japan, their third release, Pocket Monsters Blue version, was quite unique in comparison to the original Red and Green, and also different from the English versions, as well.



    What's so different about the Japanese Blue that sets it apart form the Red and Green versions? Well, the most noticeable change was that all of the Pokémon had been redone to look better. (Consequently, these 'redone' Pokémon were also used in the English Red and Blue versions of the game). Another was that Pokémon could be found in places that they originally weren't in in the Red and Green versions. Dittos were added to the Rock Tunnel and Lickitung could be caught in the wild. Also, the Unknown Dungeon was totally redone, with an all new layout (also used for the English versions of the game).
     
  4. FLAMEBOY

    FLAMEBOY Well-Known Member

    It's lack of popularity was due to the 'ugly' sprites according to articles I've read. So that's the big difference - sprites are different. The Fight menu is a little taller too, to make room for the Japanese texts. Pokemon locations also altered.
    So... probably it's the same differences as Red to Blue.
     
  5. PKMNinja

    PKMNinja Black Ninja

    Thanks guys I was really wondering what the difference was. Now an administrator can now close this thread please.
     
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