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In addition to graphical updates, each pair of remakes also includes all Pokémon in the National Pokédex at the time of release (with the exception of Let's Go, Pikachu! and Let's Go Eevee! and Rescue Team DX) and introduced new features, including new ways to find wild Pokémon. The script is also retranslated for localizations.
===FireRed and LeafGreen===
* Pokémon can now be sent to Professor Oak in exchange for {{Candies}}, in the same vein as Pokémon GO, with received Candies being kept in the Candy Jar in the player's bag.
* The {{Berries}} from Pokémon GO have been added, with some of their effects being altered.
===Rescue Team DX===
* The {{t|Fairy}} type, foreign Pokémon evolutions (such as {{p|Sylveon}} and {{p|Mantyke}}), [[Mega Evolution]], and [[Primal Reversion]] are all carried over from Generations IV and VI.
* All evolution items have been replaced by the Evolution Crystal.
* Many minor changes to various dungeons, such as [[Oddity Cave]] becoming accessible after completing [[Mt. Steel]], the [[Friend Bow]] moving to the end of [[Solar Cave]], and {{p|Mewtwo}}'s dungeon—[[Western Cave]]—being lowered from 99 floors to 20.
* Shiny Pokémon—excluding the Shiny {{p|Celebi}} cameo from [[Pokémon Mystery Dungeon: Explorers of Time and Explorers of Darkness|previous games in the series]]—appear as "Strong Foes" in completed dungeons.
* The maximum team size has been increased from 4 to 8, but only 3 Pokémon may be brought into a dungeon. The other 5 team members must be [[Recruitment|recruited]] after entering.
* [[Rare quality|Rare qualities]] replace the IQ system, and [[Gummi]]s have been lowered to only two varieties.
** Rainbow Gummis will raise a stat at random, and will sometimes give the Pokémon a new Rare Quality.
** DX Gummis will raise a stat at random, and will always give the Pokémon a new Rare Quality.
* {{p|Riolu}} and {{p|Lucario}} originally appeared as cameos, but can now be recruited through the use of Mystery Houses—Rare rooms found in post-game dungeons, accessible with an Invitation.
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