Pokemon – Ruby Version is an action-adventure video game developed by Game Freak and published by Nintendo for the Game Boy Advance. It was released in Japan on November 18, 2003, in North America on November 24, 2003, and in Europe on November 25, 2003. The game is a spin-off of the Pokémon series, taking place in the fictional region of Kanto. The player character is a young boy or girl who starts out with a Pikachu, and must journey through the region, catching and training other Pokémon. The game features a new battle system that allows the player to choose from a variety of attacks and strategies. Pokemon – Ruby Version was well-received by critics, who praised the new battle system and graphics. The game was a commercial success, selling over six million copies worldwide. A sequel, Pokémon – Sapphire Version, was released in 2004.
Pokemon – Ruby Version for GBA
The game begins with the player character, a young boy or girl, waking up in their home town of Pallet Town. After a brief introduction to the game’s world, the player is given a choice of which of the game’s three starting Pokemon to take with them on their journey. After choosing, the player is transported to the game’s world map, where they can begin their adventure. The player’s goal is to journey across the game’s world, collecting Pokemon and training them to become strong fighters. Along the way, the player will face off against various opponents, including trainers who use their own Pokemon to battle. In addition to battling, the player can also explore the game’s world, finding items and solving puzzles. As the player progresses, they will be able to upgrade their Pokemon’s abilities and train them to be even stronger. In the end, the player will face off against the game’s final boss, who is said to be the strongest Pokemon in the game. If the player is successful, they will be able to win the game and move on to the next stage of their adventure..