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Pokémon Gold Version (1999)

Poketto Monsutâ Kin (original title)
Role playing game for the Game Boy Advance, introducing the second generation of Pokémon, where you are on a quest to master Pokémon battling.

Director:

Satoshi Tajiri

Writers:

Toshinobu Matsumiya (scenario), Kenji Matsushima (scenario) | 1 more credit »
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Role playing game for the Game Boy Advance, introducing the second generation of Pokémon, where you are on a quest to master Pokémon battling.

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Gotta catch even more!


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Country:

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Language:

Japanese

Release Date:

15 October 2000 (USA) See more »

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