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    Pokemon Yellow ["Pixel E", 83% Fiber, Y-Fold, Early Production] Wata 8.0 A+ Sealed GB Nintendo 1999 USA. This is an early production copy of Pokemon Yellow, indicated by the pixelated ESRB logo which was changed to a solid black "E" in late 1999. The Special Pikachu Edition of Pokemon is actually an enhanced version of Red and Blue for Nintendo's Game Boy and was released one year after Red and Blue. It added a pikachu that would follow the player in the game and make cute Pikachu sounds and faces when you talked to him (of course). Unlike the previous two games, it allowed the player to obtain all three original starters: Bulbasaur, Charmander, and Squirtle. Produced in part by Shigeru Miyamoto and Directed by Satoshi Tajiri. Fifth best-selling Gameboy game at 14.6 million copies.

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