3DS owners will continue to get the chance to catch some classic Pokemon games in 2018, as Nintendo has announced that Pokemon Crystal will be released for the handheld as a digital download on January 26. It was the first game in the series to be made for exclusively for the Game Boy Color, moving the franchise away from its original Game Boy roots. Aside from the improved mechanics added, plus the already great gameplay from Gold and Silver, the eShop version also comes with wireless battles and trading, as well as Pokemon Bank support.
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Fans who were on the fence about getting Pokemon Gold or Silver on the 3DS eShop will now have a third option to choose from. Nintendo also says we'll have an in-game way to encounter the mythical Pokemon Celebi, which was unavailable in the 3DS ports of Gold and Silver. Well, now we know that it's finally coming in January.
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In addition to Link Trades and Link Battles, Pokemon Crystal for Nintendo 3DS will also implement the Time Capsule feature, which allows fans to trade and battle monsters from Pokemon Blue, Red, and Yellow: Special Pikachu Edition.