Difference between revisions of "Pokémon FireRed and LeafGreen Versions"

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* {{m|Blast Burn}}, {{m|Frenzy Plant}}, and {{m|Hydro Cannon}} are available as Move Tutor moves at [[Cape Brink]] on [[Two Island]]. They can only be taught to the final evolved form of the player's [[starter Pokémon]], or other members of that same species.
* 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[[breakable Smash}} bouldersrock]]s.
 
===Pokémon===
==Development==
:''For unused content, see [[Pokémon FireRed and LeafGreen beta]].
Pokémon FireRed and LeafGreen were announced in September 2003<ref>[http://dengekionline.com/data/news/2003/9/13/ddc45c31a5c8d1e2b434336730292ffc.html 『ポケモン赤・緑』がGBAで甦る!『ファイアレッド』『リーフグリーン』発売決定 - 電撃オンライン] ([https://web.archive.org/web/20071012031840/http://www.dengekionline.com/data/news/2003/9/13/ddc45c31a5c8d1e2b434336730292ffc.html earliest archived copy])</ref> as [[Game Boy Advance]] remakes of {{game|Red and Green|s}} that are compatible with {{game|Ruby and Sapphire|s}} as well as the then-unreleased {{g|Colosseum}} for the [[Nintendo GameCube|GameCube]]. [[Game Freak]]'s [[Junichi Masuda]] stated that these games were developed around the idea of simplicity.<ref name="HPJ">[http://www.gamefreak.co.jp/blog/dir/?p=109 増田部長のめざめるパワー]</ref><ref name="HPE">[http://www.gamefreak.co.jp/blog/dir_english/?p=25 HIDDEN POWER of masuda]</ref>.
 
The introduction of the [[Game Boy Advance Wireless Adapter]] was touted as one of the new features in FireRed and LeafGreen, the first titles to support and include it as part of the core experience. Former [[Nintendo]] president [[Satoru Iwata]] praised the Wireless Adapter for its enhancements to multiplayer functionality, including in the Pokémon games.<ref>[https://web.archive.org/web/20061115104220/http://www.gamespot.com/gba/rpg/pokemonred/news.html?sid=6075891 TGS 2003: Wireless GBA multiplayer for 2004 - Game Boy Advance News at GameSpot]</ref>