This week in Your Parents Basement, we are desperately trying to catch them all! From 1998, we’re playing Pokemon Red and Pokemon Blue by Game Freak and Nintendo for the Game Boy. And, the sweet baby boys are joined by special guests Ryan Gibbs and Mel Turnquist!
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- 0:00 – Intro, which is the theme song from the Pokemon TV show, which has a shocking amount of episodes.
- 39:15 – We address your Comments, Concerns and Questions.
- 51:00 – Emails! More from John Q. Tetris, and some other guys.
- 1:03:45 – The show is going long, but we NEED to help some people, so it’s… Ask the Sweet Boys.
- 1:12:00 – Snifferoo. Next week, we click click click click click click click click.
– According to Price Charting, pretty much all of the Pokemon games have retained their value to a certain degree. Blue and Red go for about $19 for the cart only, and $60 to $85 for the game, box and manual.
– There have been 122 releases of Pokemon, which is disgusting and impressive at the same time. Polygon has a timeline here.
– Ryan’s site is The Young Folks, which you can find here.
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