Talk:Pokémon Trading Card Game (video game)

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Pokemon Card Game GB[edit]

"Pokemon Card GB is a Game Boy color game that is based off the pokemon card game. "Pokemon Card GB" was first released by a company called "Nintendo" on the 18th of December 1998. From that the company behind Pokemon then released "Pokemon Card GB2: Here comes Team GR" on the 28th of March of 2001. This article focuses on these two games. — Preceding unsigned comment added by 94.15.239.95 (talk) 15:06, 26 June 2012 (UTC)

Game System[edit]

The main mechanics of the game (Pokemon Monster) was to control the main character through a series of map screens and to communicate and battle with rival characters to process the story. The game was slightly changed for Game Boy, the main rule was the same as the Pokemon Card Game which is to battle enemies thorugh a series of events and collect special event cards. The player was able to assemble thier own deck freely.

Players could battle and trade cards with each other using a Communication Cable, aside from the special cards it is possible to complete the game using a Communication Cable.

The Pokemon Card Laboratoy, 8 Grand Masters and thier medals, 4 Rivals of the Grand Master (Pokemon Red and Green) were the foundations for the game's story.

Merge[edit]

I think Pokémon Card GB2 should be merged with this article. What do you think.--70.162.46.19 03:27, 18 February 2007 (UTC)

Developer[edit]

Is this game really developed by Hudson? Because I checked the list of Hudson developed games here on wiki and it wasn't on it. Does it need to be added to the list?

Release[edit]

Not released in North America? I found it in a kb toys in New York several years ago... — Preceding unsigned comment added by 24.184.103.43 (talk) 21:36, 22 August 2011 (UTC)