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If you want sales in the millions then make a Pokemon game. Pokemon Emerald is the third in the series of Pokemon games in the Hoenn region. Pokemon Ruby and Pokemon Sapphire were the first two. Those that have mastered those games will find a shock in Emerald in the way of the difficulty being tweaked drastically. Expect to spend sixty hours at least to become the champion in Emerald. Groudon and Kyogre return, along with Rayquaza being added into the mix. Team Magma, and team Aqua are both continuing their respective quests to change the world in the image they desire. Gym leaders, elite master, fellow trainers, a local home town competitor, battle domes, safari zone, and a plethora of other features are included in this game.

The graphics are okay, but feel a little dated. The Pokemon themselves look nice, but the main screen (where your character runs around) seems a little small. Every area is colorful matching the theme of the area; for example it is raining in some areas. The sounds are pleasant, and also a little above average. There is nothing too special about the sounds for this reviewer. On the other hand there was nothing too annoying about the sounds either. Pokemon Emerald has a ton of replay if you are interested in collecting them all, or defeating all areas (since an extra area opens up when the game is beaten). Since this game can be connected with Ruby, Sapphire, and other Emerald's there are a whole slew of trading, and battling features with other players. The gameplay is pretty good for an RPG, the major drawback is how long it takes to level up. Other RPG's give experience to all your characters even those not in the immediate party. Pokemon sticks with only experience for those used in that exact battle. There are so many extras in this game it boggles the mind. From all the Pokemon that can be caught, items, berries, moves, messages, Pokeblocks, fighting trainers (and gym leaders) again, to legendary Pokemon.

Family Friendly Factor is the lowest score Pokemon Emerald receives and for good reason. Pokemon has for years pushed the disproven theory of evolution, Emerald continues that false dogma. The whole game revolves around collecting monsters inside little balls and having these monsters fight it out. There are many that consider this closely tied to the real spiritual battles waged daily for our souls. There is also the issue of fighting, and using others to do the fighting for you. The game talks about the great friendship between trainer and Pokemon. This is a deep game with a lot of playability in it. Each reader has to determine for themselves if the problems in this game are a deciding factor.
- RPG Master

Graphics: 64%
Sound: 78%
Replay/Extras: 80%
Gameplay: 61%
Family Friendly Factor: 60%
System: Gameboy Advance
Publisher: Nintendo
Rating: 'E' for Everyone

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