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|japanese title = ポケットモンスター 金 と 銀
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| background color = 969bb1
|romaji name = Poketto Monsutā Kin to Gin
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| border color = b6a972
|version = gold and silver
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| background color 2 = cbced3
|image = [[File:Pokemon gold.jpg|200px]][[File:Pokemon silver.jpg|200px]]
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| border color 2 = ccc06c
|generation = [[Generation II]]
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| video game title = Pokémon Gold Version
|players = 2 players
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| japanese title = {{tt|ポケットモンスター 金|Poketto Monsutā Kin}}
|platform = Gameboy
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| video game title 2 = Pokémon Silver Version
|category = RPG
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| japanese title 2 = {{tt|ポケットモンスター 銀|Poketto Monsutā Gin}}
|developer = Game Freak
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| image = Pokemon gold.jpg
|publisher = Nintendo/The Pokémon Company
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| image 2 = Pokemon silver.jpg
|japan = November 21, 1999
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| caption = Pokémon Gold Version box art cover.
|north america = October 15, 2000
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| caption 2 = Pokémon Silver Version box art cover.
|australia = October 13, 2000
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| generation = [[Generation II]]
|south korea = April 24, 2002
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| players = 2 players
|europe = April 6, 2001
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| platform = Gameboy
|cero = N/A
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| category = RPG
|esrb = E
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| developer = Game Freak
|acb = G
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| publisher = Nintendo
|oflc = G8+
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| publisher 2 = The Pokémon Company
|pegi = 3
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| japanese release date = November 21, 1999
|grb = ALL
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| north america release date = October 15, 2000
|image 2 = [[Image:Gold Japanese Cover.PNG|200x200px]][[Image:Silver Japanese Cover.PNG|200x200px]]
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| european release date = April 6, 2001
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| south korean release date = April 24, 2002
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| australian release date = October 13, 2000
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| cero = N/A
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| esrb = E
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| acb = G
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| oflc = G8+
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| pegi = 3
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| grb = ALL
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| japanese image = Gold Japanese Cover.PNG
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| japanese image 2 = Silver Japanese Cover.PNG
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| japanese caption = Pokémon Gold Version Japanese cover box.
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| japanese caption 2 = Pokémon Silver Version Japanese cover box.
 
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'''Pokémon Gold and Silver''' are some of the [[Generation II]] [[Pokémon]] game series, featuring brand new additions from the previous three games. These games take place in both the [[Johto]] region and the [[Kanto]] region. A year after their release, another game, ''[[Pokémon Crystal]]'', was released with a few minor differences and features added to the game.
 
'''Pokémon Gold and Silver''' are some of the [[Generation II]] [[Pokémon]] game series, featuring brand new additions from the previous three games. These games take place in both the [[Johto]] region and the [[Kanto]] region. A year after their release, another game, ''[[Pokémon Crystal]]'', was released with a few minor differences and features added to the game.

Revision as of 10:11, February 16, 2013

Pokémon Gold Version
ポケットモンスター 金
Pokemon gold
Pokémon Gold Version box art cover.
Pokémon Silver Version
ポケットモンスター 銀
Pokemon silver
Pokémon Silver Version box art cover.
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Game Information
Generation Generation II
Players 2 players
Platform Gameboy
Developers Game Freak
Publishers Nintendo
The Pokémon Company
Release Dates
Japan November 21, 1999
North America October 15, 2000
Europe April 6, 2001
Australia October 13, 2000
South Korea April 24, 2002
Ratings
CERO N/A
ESRB E
ACB G
OFLC G8+
PEGI 3
GRB ALL
Gold Japanese Cover
Pokémon Gold Version Japanese cover box.
Silver Japanese Cover
Pokémon Silver Version Japanese cover box.

Pokémon Gold and Silver are some of the Generation II Pokémon game series, featuring brand new additions from the previous three games. These games take place in both the Johto region and the Kanto region. A year after their release, another game, Pokémon Crystal, was released with a few minor differences and features added to the game.

Locations

Game Info

Changes

  • These games featured the new region, Johto.
  • A hundred new Pokémon were introduced in the games.
  • A time system was introduced, allowing certain Pokémon to appear at certain times, and events to occur on certain days.
  • Pokémon could now hold items.
  • A new item, PokéGear, allows the usage of a clock, cell/mobile phone, and radio.
  • Specialized Poké Balls were introduced, allowing easier catching for specific types of Pokémon.
  • Two new types of Pokémon were introduced, Dark-type and Steel-type Pokémon.
  • The battle screen now shows how much experience the player's Pokémon has gained, and also whether a wild Pokémon has been caught or not.
  • The ability to breed Pokémon was introduced.
  • A virus called "Pokérus", which infects a Pokémon allowing its experience to double, was first found.
  • Shiny Pokémon debuted in these games.
  • Backwards connectivity was introduced, allowing trades with previous games.

Starter Pokémon

The player gets to choose one of three starter Pokémon near the games start from the local Pokémon expert, Professor Elm. As in tradition the three Pokémon are a Grass-type, Water-type, or Fire-type Pokémon.

Team Rocket

Once again, Team Rocket are the featured villains in the games. With the disappearance of their leader Giovanni, Team Rocket restarts their goal of stealing Pokémon over the world, starting in Johto. The player will run into them several times throughout the course of the game, as they plot numerous plans and schemes.

Legendary Pokémon

As in every other main series Pokémon game, there are a few legendary Pokémon that debuted in these games.

Legendary Bird Pokémon

Legendary Beasts

Nintendo Event Legendary Pokémon

Version Exclusive Pokémon

Gym Leaders

Elite Four and Champion

Will(GS)Sprite
Will
Type Psychic
Koga(GS)Sprite
Koga
Type Poison
Bruno(GS)Sprite
Bruno
Type Fighting
Karen(GenII)Sprite
Karen
Type Dark
Lance(GS)Sprite
Lance
Type Dragon

Battery

With the Gold and Silver game cartridges, a battery was used to support the in-game clock. After around six years though, the battery would die and any saved game would be deleted. It can be replaced as e.g. described here.

Glitches

Toward the ending use of the Battery of the games the game might glitch up because in the PC's if you check up in your mailbox there will be unknown messages sent by nobody and there will be some kind of code in the messages and in the process you get money out of it. When the game freezes up it might get corrupted and you might have to start all over again. At times the screen might get messed up, the colour might be black and white or Neon.

This might be the causes of accidentally dropping it and therefore chipping off a piece of the cartridge off, just a bit it might get corrupted

If you cheated getting a Pokémon to lvl 100, after it had gotten all its exp points, it'll keep on levelling up to lvl 100. To reverse the glitch, you will have to turn the game off.

Trivia

  • These games are the only paired Pokémon games to feature different sprites for each Pokémon in each version.
  • The Generation II games are the only ones to feature two regions in full.
  • Gold and Silver are the only paired games to have both mascot Pokémon obtainable in both games without trading.
  • On May 8, 2009 Nintendo announced that Gold and Silver would receive remakes, Pokémon HeartGold and SoulSilver, set to be released in Fall 2009. Before this announcement, there was much speculation to the creation of these remakes, as numerous hints were given throughout Pokémon media.
  • Even though they were released for the Game Boy Color, they were released as GameBoy cartridges in conjuction with the Pokémon Trading Card Game.
  • Gold and Silver had infared connectivity to the Pokémon Pikachu and Pokémon Pikachu 2 in which the mystery gift feature could be used to gain items. This feature was ommited in the European release.
Main game series
Generation I Red & Green(Japan)
Blue(Japan)
Red & Blue(International)
Yellow
Generation II Gold & Silver
Crystal
Generation III Ruby & Sapphire
FireRed & LeafGreen
Emerald
Generation IV Diamond & Pearl
Platinum
HeartGold & SoulSilver
Generation V Black & White
Black2 & White2
Generation VI X & Y
Omega Ruby & Alpha Sapphire

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