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    Pokemon Blue [Pixel "E", 83% Fiber, Early Production] Wata 9.2 A+ Sealed GB Nintendo 1998 USA. This is the first, sealed copy of Pokemon Blue that we have ever offered in our auctions. Early production indicated by the pixelated ESRB rating, as it was changed to a solid back "E" design in late 1999. In 1998, Pokemon Red and Blue video games, released alongside the animated TV-series, caused a shockwave of obsession in the USA that has truly stood the test of time. As a kid in the '90s, choosing between Pokemon Red or Blue for your Nintendo Game Boy carried a similar weight as selecting a house affiliation for Harry Potter fans -- it was not a decision to be taken lightly! The Pokemon you were able to catch on your way to becoming a Pokemon Master was solely dependent on which game you chose. Vulpix fan? Pokemon Blue. Growlithe? Pokemon Red. Pinsir? Pokemon Blue. Scyther? You get the idea!

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    5th-8th Thursday-Sunday
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