Nintendo released Pokemon Red, Blue and Yellow remakes on the 3DS, exactly 20 years after they were first released on Feb. 27, 1996 in Japan.
Starting Feb. 27, the games became available on the Nintendo 3DS eShop for digital download. Although there weren’t any new additions or changes to the storylines, these games will be holding true to their original settings of monochrome pixel art and 8-bit background, giving new and old players the joy of their childhood once again.
Although fans were disappointed that Pokemon Z, a sequel trademark conspiracy game to Pokemon X and Y, was not released at this past years Nintendo Direct, Game Freak promises fans they will not disappoint.
Trading will also be a concept in the new releases of the remakes, however it is still not released how this will take place. A trade link cable will no longer be used, and most fans have assumed the Wonder trade system will be used exclusive to these games only.
In celebration of the new remakes of Pokemon Red, Blue, and Yellow, a new design for the newest 3DS XL has also been released, with skins for Charizard and Blastoise, that is sure to get fans excited.
What do you think of the releases of the Pokemon remakes?