The Pok?mon epic makes a great leap forward with Pok?mon Ruby. New Pok?mon, great graphics and support for two-on-two Pok?mon battles are just some of the exciting innovations in Pok?mon Ruby, one of the first Pok?mon games exclusively available for the Game Boy Advance. You'll start your adventure by receiving one of 3 basic Pok?mon from the professor. Journey through Hoenn gaining knowledge, training your Pok?mon and earning badges, with the goal of becoming a Pok?mon Master through collecting, battling & trading.
Game industry grows to $7 billion in 2003
Written by John Scalzo on 01/27/04
All the details on the video game industry's record breaking year and the top ten games of 2003 as well.
Japan's Top 30 best selling games of 2003
Written by John Scalzo on 01/05/04
I'm absolutely shocked, a Final Fantasy game is at number one. See the rest of the list inside.
Written by Ilan Mejer on 04/17/03
With unrivaled multi-link support and e-reader compatibility and built in accessibility for future Pokemon Stadium GameCube titles, Pokemon Ruby and Sapphire literally has anything and everything you could possibly want from this breed of handheld RPG gam
Written by Jeff Milligan on 04/17/03
Although there are a few things that have been left out of Ruby and Sapphire, as well as a few unexplained factors, both versions should be just as good, if not better than the previous Pok?mon games.
The Pokemon Series Pokedex
Written by Matt Swider on 03/22/07
Capture the memories of the ever-evolving world of Pokemon starting with Red and Blue and ending with a special look at the upcoming Diamond and Pearl versions.
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