Pokemon Fan Gets Robbed and Loses All Their Childhood Games

iamhz, Sunday, July 16, 2023

An unlucky Pokémon fan has lost all his childhood games after being robbed during a trip to Barcelona. The classic Pokémon games that were stolen are some of the most expensive and hardest to find today.

Pokémon is one of Nintendo’s most successful franchises, with a new game in the series being present on most handheld systems made by the company. It all started in 1996 when Pokémon Red and Pokémon Blue were first released. Collectors who want to buy unopened grade-10 copies of those two original games will have to shell out up to $2500 dollars. Those aren’t the only classic Pokémon games that are expensive, with graded copies of Pokémon Gold and Pokémon Silver costing up to $1600, graded copies of Pokémon Crystal costing up to $3800, and even sealed grade-10 copies of Pokémon FireRed. is more. as high as $4500. As shocking as these prices are, the childhood memories of playing each game are priceless.

Reddit user diegodiecuadorian posted his story about losing his Nintendo DS and some of the best Pokémon DS games ever made during a robbery in Barcelona. In the heist, Diego lost Pokémon X, Pokémon Black, and Pokémon Black 2, which are hard-to-find games, but unlocked copies can be bought somewhat cheaply on sites like eBay. Unfortunately, they also lost Pokémon Alpha Sapphire, Pokémon Soul Silver, and Pokémon Platinum, three games that can be bought on eBay but at much higher prices. In total, the six games can be purchased on eBay for around $400 to $600, plus the cost of a new DS.

Under the comments for the post, Diego received lots of sympathy, followed by even more unfortunate stories about losing classic Pokémon games. Other Reddit users’ stories include Nina3491’s story of her little cousin stealing all of her Game Boy Color and Game Boy Advance games in an airport, and KentuckyDaddy’s story of getting his Game Boy along with all of his classic Pokémon games on a bus in Miami. Includes story of leaving Advance. These stories are as sad as Diego’s and a good lesson for gamers to never take all their games with them when they travel. The empathy and the stories seem to have worked, as the DiegoEcuadorian left a comment that appeared to be in good spirits.

It’s possible that Nintendo could release these classic Pokémon games on the Switch in the future. The Nintendo Switch Online service has received some Pokémon games, such as Pokémon Stadium, Pokémon Snap, and Pokémon Puzzle League. Plus, with a remake of Luigi’s Mansion: Dark Moon, a game that initially released on the 3DS, an even more powerful version of the regular DS, coming to the Switch next year, there’s always hope that some Pokémon DS classics will return. Can be ported or even rebuilt.

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