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Pokémon episodes on the Game Boy Advance! Pokémon GB Video Cartridge!
  • Collect Pokemon of all shapes and sizes, with Fire, Water, Grass, Psychic, Electric and other powers
  • Gather in a Union Room can send text messages directly to up to 40 people — trainers can select pre-set messages to send, or type in messages of their own creation
  • Discover more than 100 Pokemon, all compatible with Pokemon Ruby, Sapphire and Colosseum — access, trade and battle the Pokemon from their favorite games, in one place
  • PLEASE NOTE – Wireless Adapter sold separately
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  • Is Discontinued By Manufacturer:No
  • Batteries:1 Lithium Metal batteries required.
  • Rated:Everyone
  • Product Dimensions:20.32 x 10.16 x 25.4 cm; 15 Grams
  • Release date:Jan. 7 2005
  • Manufacturer:Nintendo
  • Place of Business:REDMOND, WA, 98052 US
  • ASIN:B000084313

Game Boy Advance Video

Game Boy Advance Video is a series of Game Boy Advance cartridges that contain episodes of a cartoon or a movie that can be viewed on a Game Boy Advance. The first Game Boy Advance Video cartridges were released in 2004.

With the exception of the Pokémon releases, they were developed and published by Majesco Entertainment. The Pokémon releases were published by Nintendo. They were released in North America and Australia. In the United States, the MSRP was US$19.99.

The cartridges were intentionally made incompatible with the Game Boy Player so that users could not record the shows to media such as blank VHS tapes or DVDs.

The first cartridges were released in May 2004 in North America and contained episodes from Nickelodeon shows. In June 2004, the first two volumes of the Pokémon anime were released in North America. Later releases included Disney Channel shows and other anime such as Dragon Ball GT and Yu-Gi-Oh!. A combination cartridge containing the films Shrek and Shark Tale was also released.

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Did Anyone Else Own Gameboy Advance Cartridges That Were Tv Show Episodes

I remember owning a Fairly OddParents cartridge that had two episodes in it. One of them was Timmy and his two friends in the mall and I think Timmy was trying to get that one girl to notice him. I forgot what the other episode was about.

I also had a Pokémon cartridge. One of the episodes was ‘For Ho-Oh the Bells Toll’. Once again, I can’t remember what the other episode was. I’ll try and edit it in once I remember or give it a quick Internet search.

I just remember loving these. Even though I’d watched them many times, it was fun watching Pokémon or The Fairly OddParents on my DS. Portable cartridges that held four episodes of two of my favorite shows as a kid? It really helped when I’d get bored of playing a game or wanting something different after a while.

edit: So the Pokémon cartridge I had was Vol. 2 out of 4. The other episode was called ‘A Hot Water Battle’

edit 2: I think I got the plot wrong on the ‘Fairly OddParents’ episode. Anyways, it was called ‘Foul Balled/The Boy Who Would Be Queen’. There was also ‘The Information Stupor Highway. Now I feel like watching these episodes again for the nostalgia.

edit 3: I just want to thank everyone for their answers. The response was pretty overwhelming. I didn’t think I’d receive so many responses. Glad to hear many of you enjoyed these.

List Of Pokmon Video Games

Pokemon Game Boy Advance Video

Pokémon

Core series release timeline

Legends: Arceus

Pokémon is a series of role-playingvideo games developed by Game Freak and published by Nintendo and The Pokémon Company. Over the years, a number of spin-off games based on the series have also been developed by multiple companies. While the main series consists of RPGs, spin-off games encompass other genres, such as action role-playing, puzzle, fighting, and digital pet games. Most Pokémon video games have been developed exclusively for Nintendo handhelds, video game consoles, dating from the Game Boy to the current generation of video game consoles.

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