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C. Adlai, Software Developer, B.E (Bachelor of Engineering), California, USA
Answered Jun 12, 2020
The most apparent difference between these two is the Vulpix Pokemon in Blue and Growlithe Pokémon in Red that are not to be found in Pokémon. There are some in Pokémon Blue that is absent in Pokémon Red, and to catch them all, players need to indulge in trading. The differences are minimal between the two. The colors are different. Of course.
Pokemon Red was a big hit around the world when it first came out with the result of them making a new version of Fire Red Pokemon. However, Pokemon Blue did not achieve the same commercial success. In the next game, Game Boy released Fire Red Pokemon and Leaf Green Pokemon.
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F. Manasseh, Software Developer, B.E (Bachelor of Engineering), Tallahassee, Florida
Answered Jun 09, 2020
Pokémon Red and Blue are the first set of the Pokémon video games which allow you to play a certain role; it was developed Game Freak. The ability to connect to other players in their multiplayer feature made it very acceptable in the gaming world Although, both Pokémon Blue and Pokémon Red will give virtually the same kind of gaming experience, there are still some very interesting differences in them. And much of the difference comes from the selection of creatures available with each type of the game.
Pokémon Red is basically the more popular of the two, although a person rather an opposing stance to the majority will go for Pokémon blue instead. Pokémon Red includes Ekans, Arbok, Oddish, Gloom, Vileplume, Mankey, Primeape, Growlithe, Arcanine, Scyther and Electabuzz. Pokemon Blue, on the contrary, contains the following exclusive selections: Sandshrew, Vulpix, Ninetales, Meowth, Persian, Bellsprout, Weepinbell, Victreebel, Magmar, and Pinsir.