Trading between gen 1 and 2

BigTheBrat 2 years ago #1 Apologies if this has been answered before, but does anyone know if the only way to trade between a Gen 1 game and a Gen 2 game on the same 3DS is to use a second 3DS? I imagine you can't use the Time Capsule if both games are on one console, and I think Pokémon Bank/Pokémon Transporter only move the Pokémon to Gen

No dash in the serial number. As mentioned the Gen 1 sights are super tiny. The Gen 2 are slightly taller but not as tall as the custom which has the red alum trigger. Gen 1 on the left Gen 2 on the right. BigTheBrat 2 years ago #1 Apologies if this has been answered before, but does anyone know if the only way to trade between a Gen 1 game and a Gen 2 game on the same 3DS is to use a second 3DS? I imagine you can't use the Time Capsule if both games are on one console, and I think Pokémon Bank/Pokémon Transporter only move the Pokémon to Gen Trading is one of the ways that one can complete the Pokédex. The trainer can use trading to get other Pokémon that they would like, or use trading to evolve certain Pokémon. There are several ways to trade Pokémon between games. In Generation I and II, Pokémon can be traded between games of the Here's a quick video showing up Time Capsule trading between Generations 1 and 2 in the upcoming Pokemon Gold and Silver Virtual Console games for Nintendo 3DS. So I'm marathoning all the pokemon games, I don't have a Gameboy Colour anymore so I'm playing the old games on an emulator (VBA) on my Mac. I remember back in the day that you could trade pokemon from Gen I to Gen II through the Time Capsule and a Gameboy Link Cable (ahh the days!) If you want to move Gen 1 or Gen 2 to Gen 3 and beyond, that's quite a bit more complicated, needing save editors and stuff to get the raw Pokémon's data. Last edited: Feb 10, 2016 Cloud9Skywalker likes this.

If you want to move Gen 1 or Gen 2 to Gen 3 and beyond, that's quite a bit more complicated, needing save editors and stuff to get the raw Pokémon's data. Last edited: Feb 10, 2016 Cloud9Skywalker likes this.

Yes, you can trade from Generation 1 and 2 cartridges (not just Virtual Console) to more recent generations. However, it is not something that is officially supported by Nintendo. The website Atop the Fourth Wall posted a how-to video showing that it was absolutely possible to go from Generation 1 and 2 cartridge all the way to Generation 6, the latest as of the video's creation. No dash in the serial number. As mentioned the Gen 1 sights are super tiny. The Gen 2 are slightly taller but not as tall as the custom which has the red alum trigger. Gen 1 on the left Gen 2 on the right. BigTheBrat 2 years ago #1 Apologies if this has been answered before, but does anyone know if the only way to trade between a Gen 1 game and a Gen 2 game on the same 3DS is to use a second 3DS? I imagine you can't use the Time Capsule if both games are on one console, and I think Pokémon Bank/Pokémon Transporter only move the Pokémon to Gen Trading is one of the ways that one can complete the Pokédex. The trainer can use trading to get other Pokémon that they would like, or use trading to evolve certain Pokémon. There are several ways to trade Pokémon between games. In Generation I and II, Pokémon can be traded between games of the Here's a quick video showing up Time Capsule trading between Generations 1 and 2 in the upcoming Pokemon Gold and Silver Virtual Console games for Nintendo 3DS. So I'm marathoning all the pokemon games, I don't have a Gameboy Colour anymore so I'm playing the old games on an emulator (VBA) on my Mac. I remember back in the day that you could trade pokemon from Gen I to Gen II through the Time Capsule and a Gameboy Link Cable (ahh the days!) If you want to move Gen 1 or Gen 2 to Gen 3 and beyond, that's quite a bit more complicated, needing save editors and stuff to get the raw Pokémon's data. Last edited: Feb 10, 2016 Cloud9Skywalker likes this.

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Here's a quick video showing up Time Capsule trading between Generations 1 and 2 in the upcoming Pokemon Gold and Silver Virtual Console games for Nintendo 3DS. So I'm marathoning all the pokemon games, I don't have a Gameboy Colour anymore so I'm playing the old games on an emulator (VBA) on my Mac. I remember back in the day that you could trade pokemon from Gen I to Gen II through the Time Capsule and a Gameboy Link Cable (ahh the days!)

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Here's a quick video showing up Time Capsule trading between Generations 1 and 2 in the upcoming Pokemon Gold and Silver Virtual Console games for Nintendo 3DS. So I'm marathoning all the pokemon games, I don't have a Gameboy Colour anymore so I'm playing the old games on an emulator (VBA) on my Mac. I remember back in the day that you could trade pokemon from Gen I to Gen II through the Time Capsule and a Gameboy Link Cable (ahh the days!)

Welcome to Atop the Fourth Wall, where bad comics burn. However, this video is not about comics - but Pokémon! It's always said that trading Pokémon off of Generation 1 (Red/Blue/Yellow) and 2

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Pokémon Red Version and Pokémon Blue Version are role-playing video games developed by 1 Gameplay; 2 Plot Pokémon Red and Blue allow players to trade Pokémon between two cartridges via a Game Link Cable. Pokémon games of the later "Advanced Generation" for the Game Boy Advance and GameCube. 12 May 2016 Using a Game Boy Link Cable, Gen 1 Pokemon could be imported into Gen 2. Unfortunately, due to a restructure in how Pokemon stats work  How do I trade between blue and crystal? The ports on the original gameboy and the gameboy color are different. Also, are there any exploits  25 Dec 2011 Yes, you can trade from Generation 1 and 2 cartridges (not just Virtual Console) to more recent generations. However, it is not something that is officially  4.3.1 Ruby and Sapphire; 4.3.2 FireRed and LeafGreen; 4.3.3 Pokémon Pokémon can be traded between Generation I and Generation II games using the   14 Feb 2020 How to transfer Pokémon from Switch games Sword and Shield and 2. Here's what's supported from older generations: Gen 1: Pokémon Red  13 Jun 2018 You can trade from Pokémon Go to Let's Go! allowing for players to transfer their first-gen Pokémon Go collection over to the Switch games.