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{{Infobox Game
|Name = Pokémon Trading Card Game
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|background color = 3d3d95
|Picture = [[File:Pokémon Trading Card Game Boxart.jpg|188px]]
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|border color = 383466
|publisher = [[Nintendo]]
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|background color 2 = 7874c0
|developer = [[Hudson Soft]]
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|border color 2 = 564ca3
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|video game title = Pokémon Trading Card Game
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|japanese title = {{tt|ポケモンカードGB|Pokemon Kādo GB}}
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|image = Pokémon Trading Card Game Boxart.jpg
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|caption = Pokémon Trading Card Game box art cover.
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|generation = [[Generation I]]
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|players = 1-2 Players
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|platform = Gameboy
 
|category = Strategy
 
|category = Strategy
|player# = 1-2 Players
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|developer = [[Hudson Soft]]
|ESRB = E for Everyone
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|publisher = Nintendo
|release-date-japan = December 18, 1998
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|japanese release date = December 18, 1998
|release-date-north-america = April 10, 2000
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|north america release date = April 10, 2000
|release-date-europe = December 8, 2000
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|european release date = December 15, 2000
|platform = Game Boy Color}}In the '''Pokémon Trading Card Game (Video Game)''', the player can choose one of three different decks: [[Squirtle]] and Friends, [[Charmander]] and Friends, and [[Bulbasaur]] and Friends. The player are trained by someone to collect eight medals and all of the legendary cards.
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|south korean release date = N/A
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|australian release date = April 7, 2000
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|cero = 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 = N/A
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|japanese image = Pokémon Trading Card Game Japanese Cover.PNG
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|japanese caption = Pokémon Trading Card Game Japanese box art cover.}}
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In the '''Pokémon Trading Card Game (Video Game)''', the player can choose one of three different decks: [[Squirtle]] and Friends, [[Charmander]] and Friends, or [[Bulbasaur]] and Friends. The player is trained by someone to collect eight medals and all of the legendary cards.
   
===Notes===
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==Notes==
 
*Even though it was released for the Game Boy Color, the cartridge was released as a Game Boy cartridge.
 
*Even though it was released for the Game Boy Color, the cartridge was released as a Game Boy cartridge.
 
*Cards included in the video game are from the real world Generation I sets "Base Set", "Fossil" and "Jungle" with the addition of some Japanese promos and the Japanese "vending machine set" cards.
 
*Cards included in the video game are from the real world Generation I sets "Base Set", "Fossil" and "Jungle" with the addition of some Japanese promos and the Japanese "vending machine set" cards.
*A sequel was made called [[Pokémon Card GB2 Here Comes Team Great Rocket!]] but it was never released in English.
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*A sequel was made called [[Pokémon Card GB2 Here Comes Team Great Rocket!]], but it was never released in English.
   
 
The Limited Edition Promo card that comes with the game is a holofoil Meowth.
 
The Limited Edition Promo card that comes with the game is a holofoil Meowth.

Latest revision as of 12:09, December 19, 2014

Pokémon Trading Card Game
ポケモンカードGB
Pokémon Trading Card Game Boxart
Pokémon Trading Card Game box art cover.
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Game Information
Generation Generation I
Players 1-2 Players
Platform Gameboy
Developers Hudson Soft
Publishers Nintendo
Release Dates
Japan December 18, 1998
North America April 10, 2000
Europe December 15, 2000
Australia April 7, 2000
South Korea N/A
Ratings
CERO A
ESRB E
ACB G
OFLC G8+
PEGI 3+
GRB N/A
Pokémon Trading Card Game Japanese Cover
Pokémon Trading Card Game Japanese box art cover.
[[File:{{{japanese image 2}}}|200px]]
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In the Pokémon Trading Card Game (Video Game), the player can choose one of three different decks: Squirtle and Friends, Charmander and Friends, or Bulbasaur and Friends. The player is trained by someone to collect eight medals and all of the legendary cards.

NotesEdit

  • Even though it was released for the Game Boy Color, the cartridge was released as a Game Boy cartridge.
  • Cards included in the video game are from the real world Generation I sets "Base Set", "Fossil" and "Jungle" with the addition of some Japanese promos and the Japanese "vending machine set" cards.
  • A sequel was made called Pokémon Card GB2 Here Comes Team Great Rocket!, but it was never released in English.

The Limited Edition Promo card that comes with the game is a holofoil Meowth.

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