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Pokemon an introduction

  1. 1. A Brief introduction to Pokemon<br />Pokémon– An Introduction<br />
  2. 2. What is Pokémon?<br />The series of video games primarily for Nintendo handheld game systems, as well as the overarching franchise based on these games. <br />Though many things differ depending on a specific canon's interpretation of the series, what remains constant is the focus on creatures known as Pokémon, which can be captured, trained, and used to compete against one another in battle or, more recently, other activities.<br />
  3. 3. What is Pokémon?<br />The Pokémon franchise was not only limited to video games. It also included trading card games, figurines, shows, and anime.<br />
  4. 4. The Pokemon Video Games<br />Pokémon was first sought after for its video games, especially the handheld ones.<br />The games enable players to embark on their own Pokémon adventure, capture and collect Pokémon, fight trainers, collect the 8 badges from their region, and fight the Elite 4, the regions’ greatest trainers.<br />
  5. 5. The Pokemon Video Games<br />Players are also allowed to battle real-life players through link cable (Gameboy, Gameboy Color, Gameboy Advanced) and through wi-ficonnection and DS wireless connection (Nintendo DS).<br />As of Generation IV, only Generation II games and its remakes (Gold, Silver, Crystal, HeartGold, SoulSilver) enabled users to go to another region other than the one assigned in that Generation.<br />
  6. 6. List of Generation I Games<br />Pokémon Red/Blue/Yellow Versions<br />(Also known as the Generation I games)<br /> Total Pokemon Count: 151 Generation I Pokémon<br />Region: Kanto<br />
  7. 7. List of Generation II Games<br />Pokémon Gold/Silver/Crystal Versions<br />(Also known as the Generation II games)<br />Total Pokemon Count: 100 Generation II Pokémon, 151 Generation I Pokémon (251 all in all)<br />Region: Johto and Kanto<br />
  8. 8. List of Generation III Games<br />Pokémon Ruby/Sapphire/Emerald Versions<br />(Also known as Generation III games)<br /> Total Pokemon Count: 151 Generation I Pokémon, 100 Generation II Pokémon, 135 Generation III Pokémon (386 all in all)<br />Region: Hoenn<br />
  9. 9. List of Generation III Games<br />Pokémon FireRed/LeafGreen Versions<br />(Generation III Remakes of the Generation I games)<br /> Total Pokemon Count: 151 Generation I Pokémon, 100 Generation II Pokémon, 135 Generation III Pokémon (386 all in all)<br />Region: Kanto<br />
  10. 10. List of Generation IV Games<br />Pokémon Diamond/Pearl/Platinum Versions<br />(Also known as Generation IV games)<br /> Total Pokemon Count: 151 Generation I Pokémon, 100 Generation II Pokémon, 135 Generation III Pokémon, 107 Generation IV Pokémon (493 all in all)<br />Region: Sinnoh<br />
  11. 11. List of Generation IV Games<br />Pokémon Diamond/Pearl/Platinum Versions<br />(Generation IV Remakes of the Generation II games)<br /> Total Pokemon Count: 151 Generation I Pokémon, 100 Generation II Pokémon, 135 Generation III Pokémon, 107 Generation IV Pokémon (493 all in all)<br />Region: Kanto<br />

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