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I HATED pokemon yellow in the beginning because getting past the first gym is literally impossible without grinding for at least an hour getting a crappy bug/poison type. Then you get at the second gym and it's all worth it smile.gif

Dude... Catch a Nidoran, have it learn Double Kick and then breeze through the first gym. Pokémon 101, fighting moves are super effective against rock.
    
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LEAF GREEN! and Fire Red! Awesome remakes!

hmm idk i mean is it exact same remake cause I would like to play the blue then move my way up. Start from the beginning.
    
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Eyesight? You could power a small town with the batteries that I went through on my gameboys. Horrible little machines, really.
Kids today have it so easy with their backlit, rechargeable, clamshell... *grumble* uphill in the snow both ways....
I had both red and blue... I honestly didn't care which, but I'd rather see the world through a blue tint than a red one, unless you really want one of the version-specific pokemon.

Actually you can change the tint in both games. I don't remember exactly how it was done but I thinks it was by pressing B and up or down to scroll thru the choices while the GAME BOY text was showing on power on. You could do all kind of color combos like green/blue tint yellow/brown and of course you could make the BLUE version have the same red tint as the RED version.
    
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Eyesight? You could power a small town with the batteries that I went through on my gameboys. Horrible little machines, really.
Kids today have it so easy with their backlit, rechargeable, clamshell... *grumble* uphill in the snow both ways....
I had both red and blue... I honestly didn't care which, but I'd rather see the world through a blue tint than a red one, unless you really want one of the version-specific pokemon.

This was my backlight, and it worked damn good.

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choose pokemon red! red is alot better imo
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Pokemon red had charizard, blue had squirtle, yellow had pickachu. Silver and Gold each had a rare pokemon you could catch. All can be played on a GBC.
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I very much enjoyed Blue (and Yellow), but never had red, so I can't offer a comparison or why. I don't think you'll be unhappy either way. Also, get a GBA if possible... much easier to hold (or at least this was the case when compared to a GB pocket).

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This was my backlight, and it worked damn good.
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Exactly! There were so many awesome add-ons for GameBoys....
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I very much enjoyed Blue (and Yellow), but never had red, so I can't offer a comparison or why. I don't think you'll be unhappy either way. Also, get a GBA if possible... much easier to hold (or at least this was the case when compared to a GB pocket).
I was going to buy a GBA on amazon used, but most have descriptions like "screen is scratched" or "missing battery cover" ect... I went ahead and spent 20 dollars more and bought a DS for 40 bucks. Opens up alot more game variety aswell, including emulaters for old consoles if you research it.
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