Pokemon Silver for Game Boy Color
Welcome to the exciting new adventures of Pok?mon Gold and Silver. The Gold and Silver versions sport a colorful look and supply a slew of... Read More
Welcome to the exciting new adventures of Pok?mon Gold and Silver. The Gold and Silver versions sport a colorful look and supply a slew of new Pok?mon. Starting out as a rookie Trainer, you'll embark on a quest to capture as many Pok?mon as you possibly can. Some familiar faces pop up in the tall grass and dozens of new Pok?mon make their debuts. Try your hand at new attacks and witness surprising evolutions, while filling your Pok?dex with the latest discoveries.Along with the advances in Pok?mon studies come technological innovations. Scientists have been hard at work concocting new inventions and improving old ones to help you collect and maintain your Pok?mon. Your goal is to become the worlds greatest Pok?mon Trainer-are you up for the challenge? Minimize
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32 Reviews from Epinions.com
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By: 32_Footsteps in Games at Epinions.com
Oct 19, 2000
Make new friends, and keep the old
Pros: Classic game play returns, challenging, many new options, playing field leveled
Cons: No Mew or Serebi, frustration can mount Read More at Epinions.com
By: swanton00 in Games at Epinions.com
May 24, 2001
Pokemon's last hit for games
Pros: Great gameplay, cool moves, cool new Pokemon, cool new features!
Cons: You are not allowed to buy stones to evolve your Pokemon.
Oct 20, 2000
A Wonderful Sequel!
Pros: New Pokemon, New Features, New Gyms, More Fun.
Cons: This will have a severe impact on my schoolwork Read More at Epinions.com
Oct 25, 2000
just when you thought it was safe to break the addiction
Pros: new pokemon, clock, pokegear, pokemon breeding and much much more
Cons: they kept the battle music the same, and the color looks anything but great on a super game boy Read More at Epinions.com
Jan 7, 2001
Why I Now Love Pokemon
Pros: Fantastic graphics for the Game Boy. Extremely detailed and well-designed game with lots of puzzles to solve, items to find, people to talk to, and Pokemon to capture. Appeals to people of all ages. Has something for everyone.
Cons: You will have absolutely no free time, and will have to play it every day for at least a week to get all of the special items. You will go through dozens of batteries. And you really need someone with Pokemon Gold and link cables, if not more than one pe Read More at Epinions.com
Oct 27, 2000
Better than the first 3!!
Pros: best game on GBC. nice graphics, deep gameplay
Cons: none Read More at Epinions.com
Mar 22, 2001
NEW and absoloutley IMPROVED
Pros: New Pokemon, new features
Cons: You still need three different games for the whole experience (ex. Red/Blue/Yellow, Gold/Silver/Platinum)
Oct 25, 2000
Gotta Catch'em all... again
Pros: 251 Pokemon, More complex. Better than the originals.
Cons: Need the other games to get all 251, Older gamers might still be detered because of its cuteness. Read More at Epinions.com
Sep 29, 2001
Is it worth the money?
Pros: new pokemon
Cons: still no mew
Jan 23, 2001
Move Over Red and Blue and Yellow
Pros: Funner and More Challenging than Red or Blue
Cons: Just might need a cheater book