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Release Date: 04/29/2005
The complete condition of pre-owned Pokemon Emerald includes Manual, Box
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Pokemon Emerald takes place over land and sea and pits you against the Team Aqua and Team Magma from Saphire and Ruby. This time around, Pokemon will show off their moves prior to battle, perhaps as a sort of taunt. Nintendo also added some new options to the game. A new Battle Frontier area has you play through seven big battles. The Battle Dome places you in a tournament in which only three Pokemon can participate. The Battle Tube has you select from three entrances and attempt to make your way to a goal.
Veterans of Pokemon Ruby and Sapphire will recognize a lot of the locations in Pokemon Emerald, but many elements within the game have changed, the most exciting of which is the addition of the Battle Frontier. The locations and frequency of Pokemon are different, and you may even encounter a new Gym Leader in your journeys.
The highlights of the Battle Frontier in Pokemon Emerald are the seven battle facilities. Built specifically with its master Trainer in mind, each area provides a unique combat experience. Each facility is headed by a Frontier Brain -- a powerful Trainer who will test every aspect of your combat skills. Your victories are memorialized in the form of Frontier Symbols. However, simply beating a Brain is not enough to earn the award -- usually you must defeat the same Brain multiple times to earn it. Here is a quick look at some of the places you won't want to miss during your stay on the Island.
If you wander off the beaten path, you could find yourself deep within a cave full of Pokemon you aren't able to catch anywhere else. The Battle Frontier isn't just about honing your battle skills -- there's no shortage of adventures on the expansive island.