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Pokémon FireRed and LeafGreen Versions

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Changes from Pokémon Red and Green: 1- Move a few items from "Gameplay" section to a new "Music" section. 2- A few edits and additions in the "Music section".
* There is a new minigame corner, the [[Joyful Game Corner]], on [[Two Island]], where players can connect together, along with {{v2|Emerald}}, and can play multiplayer minigames ([[Pokémon Jump]] and [[Dodrio Berry Picking]]) over the [[Wireless Adapter|wireless communication system]]. This feature becomes usable after the events at [[Three Island]].
* [[Cerulean Cave]] in these games is very similar to the one in {{2v2|Red|Green}}. The only difference is the Generation III addition of {{m|Rock Smash}} boulders.
* The music has been remixed to take advantage of the [[Game Boy Advance]]'s power; however, the themes themselves remain the same (including a few Gold/Silver/Crystal themes being utilized in Islands Four to Seven of the Sevii Islands).
** However, the {{FB|Kanto|Power Plant}} background music has been changed. In the original games, it played the [[Team Rocket Hideout|Rocket Hideout]] theme, while in FireRed and LeafGreen, it plays the {{ka|Pokémon Mansion}} theme.
** In the original games, while battling the [[Elite Four]], only the battle with [[Lance]] used the Gym Leader background music; the standard Trainer background music was used for the other three Elite Four members. However, in FireRed and LeafGreen, the Gym Leader background music is used for all four Elite Four members.
** In the original games, when Professor Oak congratulates the player after becoming the Pokémon League Champion, a slower version of the Viridian/Pewter/Saffron City background music plays. However, in FireRed and LeafGreen, a happier-toned version of the Pallet Town background music plays when Professor Oak appears to congratulate the player.
 
===Pokémon===
** Professor Oak now walks over to the table and gives the player and rival their Pokédexes. In Generation I, the Pokedex sprites would instead vanish after the game says that the player obtained it without anyone having moved.
** The boy who prevents the player from leaving Pewter City before Brock is defeated (by escorting the player to the Gym) now returns the way he came. In Generation I, he would instead walk east and vanish offscreen, where a barrier prevents the player from walking.
 
===Music===
* The music has been remixed to take advantage of the [[Game Boy Advance]]'s power.
* Most of the themes themselves remain the same, with some exceptions listed below.
** In Generation I, the {{FB|Kanto|Power Plant}} used the [[Team Rocket Hideout|Rocket Hideout]] theme. In FireRed and LeafGreen, the Power Plant uses the {{ka|Pokémon Mansion}} theme.
** In Generation I, the standard Trainer battle music was used for the three [[Elite Four]] members other than Lance, which used the Gym Leader battle theme. In FireRed and LeafGreen, the Gym Leader background music is used for all four members.
** In Generation I, when [[Professor Oak]] congratulates the player after becoming the Pokémon League [[Champion]], a slower version of the theme from [[Viridian City]], [[Pewter City]], and [[Saffron City]] played. In FireRed and LeafGreen, a happier-toned version of the [[Pallet Town]] background music plays at this point instead.
* Some places in the [[Sevii Islands]] use remixed versions of [[Johto]] music themes from Gold, Silver, and Crystal.
** The towns of [[Four Island (town)|Four Island]] and [[Five Island (town)|Five Island]] use the theme from [[Azalea Town]] and [[Blackthorn City]].
** The towns of [[Six Island (town)|Six Island]] and [[Seven Island (town)|Seven Island]] use the theme from [[Violet City]] and [[Olivine City]].
 
==[[Game-exclusive Pokémon|Game exclusives]]==