Alright, I don't like Pokémon ( anymore ), but I still find this game okay. Worth a the buy if you like Pokémon.
Okay, if you've never played a Pokémon game, they're all about collecting, battling, and training creatures. All the games are advanced in classifying each Pokémon. There are many of them, and most of them evolve into even stronger creatures, and some of them can evolve into more than just one kind of Pokémon. It's okay, but it's not real exciting. Now, let me compare Pokémon Leaf Green to Pokémon Blue Version.
Pokémon Blue Version is just like Pokémon Red Version, it takes place in Kanto and lets you start out with Squirtle, Charmander, or Bulbasaur. The graphics are poor, but it was made for the original Game Boy, so no surprise there. It provides not much of a challenge, but none of these Pokémon games do. The only good thing I can say about this game is that the length of it is nice. I recommend this game to anyone who doesn't have a system that can play Game Boy Advance games. I give Pokémon Blue Version 3 out of 10.
Pokémon Leaf Green is really just Pokémon Blue Version and Red Version except for that it has more Pokémon and that it has better graphics because it's for the Game Boy Advance instead of the Game Boy. This one can hook up with games like Pokémon Sapphire Version while Pokémon Blue Version can only hook up with other Pokémon Blue or Red Versions. One other thing is that after the game is completed, you can collect Janto Pokémon, too. I recommend this game to anyone who likes Pokémon games. I give this game 6 out of 10.