Pokémon Yellow was the 4th version of the original Gen 1 games. It released in the fall of 1998, and improved the gameplay originally featured in Red, Green, and Blue. However, Yellow also included new mechanics specifically based on the Pokémon animated series, which had been gaining popularity alongside the Pokémon games. This included a Pikachu as a starter Pokémon (instead of Bulbasaur, Squirtle, or Charmander) that followed the player outside its Poké Ball and refused to evolve, just like Ash’s Pikachu from the anime.
The Kanto region has featured in a number of Pokémon games, acting as the setting for the original Game Boy games Pokémon Red, Green, Blue, and Yellow, as well as Pokémon Let’s Go Pikachu and Let’s Go Eevee for the Nintendo Switch decades later. However, there is speculation of another game that could have released alongside Pokémon Yellow, a Pokémon Pink version that was never announced by Nintendo, and never made it to shelves alongside other earlier Pokémon titles.
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