Pokemon Red, Blue, Yellow, & Green Download Cards for 3DS, with Extras!

Digital download versions of the classic Pokemon titles – Red, Blue, Green, & Yellow – will be available on February 27, 2016 for your 3DS. Just in time for the 20th-anniversary celebrations of the original Japanese launch for the Game Boy!

The games will remain largely unchanged in terms of content, but will allow for trading between players using a wireless connection in lieu of the original link cable. There has been no word yet on the possibility of re-kindling our trainer bonds with MissingNo, but us Rare Candy addicts can hope.

Digital Card Limited Edition will also include a physical ‘Game Magnet’ as well as a Town Map and are meant for use with a Japanese 3DS.

Pocket Monster Red [Download Card Limited Edition] (Nintendo 3DS™, JPN)  US$ 24.99 pre
Pocket Monster Green [Download Card Limited Edition] (Nintendo 3DS™, JPN)  N/A soon
Pocket Monster Blue [Download Card Limited Edition] (Nintendo 3DS™, JPN)  US$ 24.99 pre
Pocket Monster Pikachu [Download Card Limited Edition] (Nintendo 3DS™, JPN)  US$ 24.99 pre

Nintendo 2DS [Pocket Monster Red Limited Pack] (JPN)  US$ 199.99 pre
Nintendo 2DS [Pocket Monster Green Limited Pack] (JPN)  US$ 199.99 pre
Nintendo 2DS [Pocket Monster Pikachu Limited Pack] (JPN)  US$ 199.99 pre

If you’re looking for the full 20th Anniversary experience then you’re in the right place! Nintendo will also be releasing 2DS consoles bundled with either Pokemon Red, Green, & Yellow (pre-installed on a 4GB SDHC memory card) – with each 2DS appropriately colored with a throwback to the translucent design of GameBoys past.

Alongside the game on a memory card, the 2DS Pokemon bundles will include an original sticker, a Mew gift code, & a Town Map.

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  1. I would totally pay for a 3DS cart. With 1 or all the gen 1 games on it even.