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Pokemon : Emerald Version« Games - Arcade & Action « Downloads
|Updated||October 3, 2013|
|Category||Games - Arcade & Action|
Pok¨¦mon Emerald (¥Ý¥±¥Ã¥È¥â¥ó¥¹¥¿©` ¥¨¥á¥é¥ë¥É Poketto Monsut¨¡ Emerarudo?, lit “Pocket Monsters: Emerald”), featuring Rayquaza on the box art, is the twelfth game in the Pok¨¦mon video game series in Japan, and the eleventh in North America and Europe. The game, an updated version of Ruby and Sapphire, was released in Japan on September 16, 2004; it was released in North America on May 1, 2005; Australia on June 9, 2005; and Europe on October 21, 2005.
Although the gameplay is as that of Ruby and Sapphire, Emerald introduces new features. The plot is modified; both Team Magma and Aqua are villains who are locked in a constant gang war and awaken Groudon and Kyogre, respectively. When the two legendary Pok¨¦mon begin to battle each other, the protagonist must unleash the legendary Pok¨¦mon Rayquaza (pictured on the box cover) to calm them. Some of the game mechanics are changed as well. Though double battles were clearly marked in Ruby and Sapphire, in Emerald, two separate trainers might unite to battle as a pair. After the Elite Four is defeated, the player may re-battle Gym Leaders in a double battle if they are called on their Pok¨¦Nav. Also, Pok¨¦mon sprites are animated in battle like they were in Pok¨¦mon Crystal. Probably the most significant addition is the Battle Frontier, an expanded version of the Battle Tower in Ruby and Sapphire.
Another change made in Emerald is the addition of Team Magma's base on the side of Mt. Chimney; moreover, the legendary Pok¨¦mon Groudon is found here, rather than in the Cave of Origin. Even though the locations of the legendary Pok¨¦mon are different, Team Magma still makes the mistake of taking the blue orb to Groudon, while Team Aqua still makes the mistake of taking the red orb to Kyogre. A new character named Scott is also introduced in this game. Unknown to the player, he is the creator of the Battle Frontier. He follows the player throughout the game, watching them battle each Gym Leader and even meeting up with them when they get to the Battle Frontier.