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Format: Game Boy Advance
Mfg Part#: 09139794
Sku: 50013901
UPC: 045496732530
UPC 14: 00045496732530
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For the first time ever, you can play as either a boy or a girl Pokemon Trainer as you explore the all-new region of Hoenn.
Start your adventure on either pokemon ruby or sapphire andreceive one of 3 basic pokemon from the professor. Journeythrough hoenn gaining knowledge and training your pokemon and earning badges with the goal of brcoming a pokemon masterthrough collecting, battling and trading.

"The amount of depth involving the Pokemon contests, berries and other new details is truly astounding.  Nintendo Power
"These games are massive, easily rivalling any recent console release in terms of size, scale and re-playability.  TotalGames.net
"The game is bigger and deeper than previous incarnations. The core gameplay is still the same, but now there's a lot more to it.  GamerWeb Nintendo
"It's a tight RPG that offers plenty of variety and replay value. It's definitely among the best GBA titles I've played.  GameSpy

Professional Reviews

GamePro 9 of 10
So why is Pokemon still the best? It's simple, really-despite everything it's been subjected to, Nintendo's game core is still intensively addictive. The battles are lightning-fast, the controls are completely stress-free, and there's still something primordially fun about filling up those Pokedex pages. The graphics and music have gotten a fair bit prettier, but that's beside the point: Put Ruby or Sapphire in your GBA, and it will not leave the cartridge slot for hours and hours. - Fennec Fox

GameZone 9 of 10
The battles were stellar. Like a simple RPG with lots of depth, Pokemon's battles used a menu turn-based system. Point, click and repeat. It sounds simple, it looks simple and it isn't hard to learn. But the genius developers at Game Freak--yes, I'm calling them geniuses--took that simplicity and turned it into a masterpiece. I had more fun with Pokemon than any other Game Boy game ever released. It gave me memories that I will never, ever forget. - Louis Bedigian

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