Because it is to believe, the first generation of Pokémon games was launched in Japan more than 26 years ago and in North America a little over 23 years ago. While some players know Pokémon red and blue inside and out, it seems that the players have just discovered a characteristic of the original game. The Reddit Jedi_lucky1 user has shared a video of the game that indicates that they had no idea that players could reorder the movements of a Pokémon between specific slots using the “select” button of Game Boy. The publication has gone viral, since many others had no idea!
The original Reddit publication can be found in embedded below.
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For the sake of complete dissemination, I have probably played Pokémon red and pokémon yellow an countless number of times since they launched and had no idea that this was a possibility. Apparently, I was not the only one, since several other Reddit posters reacted with surprise that the game allows players to do this. To be fair, the game manual of the game indicates that fact (it is on page 29, for those who have it by hand), but fans who lost the book over time could not have an idea.
At the end of the day, this is a rather lower characteristic. No one needs to reorder the movements of a Pokémon, but it does things a little more orderly. Several Reddit posters indicated that it can make it easier to remember exactly where each of the four movements of a Pokémon are located. Unfortunately, the original Pokémon Games are not currently available on Nintendo Switch, so fans who want to try this for themselves will have to get an original game boy or try it in the 3DS Nintendo versions that were launched a few years ago. The rumors suggest that the original Game Boy and Game Boy Advance games will arrive at Nintendo Switch online, and if that happens, Pokémon Red and Blue must be a safe bet!
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