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Pokemon Box Ruby and Sapphire

Pokemon Box Ruby and Sapphire GameCube Game
  • PEGI 3


  • Release date: 2004Developer: NintendoPublisher: Nintendo

    Transfer your Pokemon off of your Pokemon Ruby & Sapphire GBA carts and save them to a GC memory card using this handy utility. More...


    GBA Compatible, 60Hz Mode
    Memory size: 59 Blocks
    Players: 1 Player
    Media: Gamecube





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    Pokemon Box Ruby and Sapphire (Original version) Condition: Used - Acceptable
    Disc only (in slim jewelcase - no instructions or memory card). Disc vgc. Fast despatch.

    £15.80

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    Pokemon Box Ruby and Sapphire GameCube Gameplay
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    Full Description

    Transfer your Pokemon off of your Pokemon Ruby & Sapphire GBA carts and save them to a GC memory card using this handy utility.

    Organizer software for the GBA Pokemon games that enables Pokemon Ruby/Sapphire and Leaf Green/Fire Red owners to transmit their collections from the Game Boy Advance to the GameCube via a GameCube GBA cable, and store them on a memory card.

    These Pokemon owners can then arrange their parties easily via the GameCube's clean interface...even view their creatures as 3D items. Pokemon Box also includes a Game Boy Advance emulator that gives Ruby/Sapphire owners the ability to play their GBA Pokemon game on the GameCube without the need of a Game Boy Player.

    The budget-priced disc includes the Pokemon Box GameCube disc, a GameCube GBA cable, and a Memory Card.



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