Pokemon has gained popularity among the youth across the globe, and continues to do so till date. It first came into existence in the form of a video game in 1996, in Japan. Pokemon is created by a Japanese video game designer, Satoshi Tajiri. With a total of 23 films, out of which the first nineteenth were made about the series known by the same name i.e. Pokemon. The first Pokemon movie was released in 1998 by the name of “Pokemon-The movie”.
There is a long list of characters in the series /videogames/ movies of Pokemon, there are a total of 812 anime characters or species in Pokemon, out of which the main character’s name is Pokemon, on whom the story revolves around.
Pokemon FireRed and Pokemon LeafGreen are two most popular role-playing games, the Pokemon franchise is known for its creativity and excitement that it keeps on adding to each game, or with every new level of its existence. They were first released in January 2004, Japan, North America, as well as Australia in September 2004, and Europe in October 2004.
Pokemon Firered vs Pokemon Leafgreen
The difference between Pokemon FireRed and Pokemon LeafGreen is the availability of wild Pokemons. There are different characters in Pokemon FireRed and LeafGreen, however, they both are the updated versions of original Pokemon Red and Blue games.
Comparison Table Between Pokemon Firered and Pokemon Leafgreen (in Tabular Form)
|Parameter of Comparison||Pokemon FireRed||Pokemon LeafGreen|
|Adaptations||Pokemon FireRed is a finer, or updated version of the original Pokemon Red game.||While Pokemon LeafGreen is the updated version or remake of the original Pokemon Blue game.|
|Fire Moves||Growlithe and Arcanine are the fire exclusives in the Pokemon FireRed game.||Whereas, on the other hand, Vulpix and Magmar comprise specialization in fire moves.|
|Water Moves||In Pokemon FireRed, the Golduck and Psyduck are the water exclusives in the game.||Whereas, in Pokemon Leaf Green, the Staryu and Starmie specialize in water moves.|
|Flying Pokemons||Delibird and Skidmore are the flying species in the FireRed version.||On the other hand, Mantine is the only character or creature with flying capabilities.|
|Exclusives||FireRed exclusively includes Shellder, Cloyster, Elekid, Scyther, Murkrow, Wooper, etc.||Whereas, on the other hand, Pokemon LeafGreen exclusives include Marill, Azurill, Pinsir, Sneasel, Staryu, Remoraid, and many others.|
What is Pokemon Firered?
Pokemon FireRed version was released in Japan, January 2004, North America in September, whereas, in October in Europe. The game is set-up in the fictional region of Kanto, which is based on the real-life Kanto region in Japan which not only includes the geographical region, but also its culture, moreover, it is the Pokemon setting in Pokemon Red, Blue, and Yellow versions, as well as, in their remakes i.e. FireRed, LeafGreen, “Let’s go, Pikachu”, and “Let’s go, Eevee!”. Moreover, it is also included in the Pokemon Gold, Silver, Crystal, HeartGold, and SoulSilver.
While visiting the region’s different cities, the player runs into special findings known as Pokemon Gyms, which are the buildings situated throughout the Pokemon Universe where the players or trainers can train their Pokemons, and achieve the “Gym Badge”, which is also one of the objectives of the respective player as to compete in the Pokemon League which is possible only when the player acquires the total eight gym badges. Then, the player battles the Elite Four, once the player defeats the Elite Four, one of the characters i.e. Lorelie disappears which paves the way for the Sevii Islands.
Some areas are accessible only once the player acquires some special item or when one of his Pokemons learns a special ability. In the last level, the leading character of the play, or game can take his adventures to the Sevii Islands, which is a new area in the remake of Pokemon Red, and Blue versions.
What is Pokemon Leafgreen?
The Pokemon LeafGreen were first announced as the remakes in September 2003, and were released in January 2004, in Japan, then in September in North America, and in October in Europe. The game director, Mr. Junichi Masuda created new titles to keep it simple, or around simplicity. Both, the Pokemon LeafGreen and Pokemon FireRed have the same game plot.
Both the games’ plot takes place in Kanto, which is based on the real-life setting of Kanto, Japan, with varied geographical habitats, for Pokemon species, and populated cities. Near the end of the game, the player gets access to the Sevii Islands, which is a group of seven islands, once the missions are finished in the Sevii Islands the player can trade Ruby, as well as Sapphire for access to Pokemon exclusives like Hoenn.
Main Differences Between Pokemon Firered and Pokemon Leafgreen
- Pokemon FireRed is the remodel of the original Red game, whereas, on the other hand, the Pokemon LeafGreen is the remodel of the original Blue game, that was released in 1998.
- Although Pokemon FireRed and Pokemon LeafGreen have the same story, or game plot, they both have some pokemon species that are exclusive to both the versions.
- The Pokemon FireRed exclusives include Ekan, Arbok, Oddish, Gloom, Vilepume, Bellossom, Psyduck, Golduck, Growlithe, Arcanine, etc. whereas, on the other hand, the Pokemon LeafGreen exclusives include Ninetales, Bellsprout, Weepinbell, Slowpoke, Staryu, Starmie, Magmur, Marill, Misdrevous, Sneasel, Octillery, Magby, Deoxy, and many more.
- Both Pokemon FireRed and LeafGreen have 151 original Red, Blue, and yellow Pokemon, with 20 distinct exclusives to each version.
All the Pokemon games have influenced a great number of people across the world, moreover, both Pokemon FireRed and Pokemon LeafGreen are the remakes of the original game i.e. Pokemon Red and Pokemon Blue, respectively. They both follow the same game plot as their respective original ones. The only difference between the two games is that they are updated
versions of two different games. Moreover, they both have twenty exclusive Pokemon species, or characters in each version with respective abilities.
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