Pokemon Fire Red & Leaf Green
Pokemon Fire Red & Leaf Green
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The Pokedex will incorrectly display A Pokemon's category; only showing the first word of a Pokemon's catergory. For example:

All other games in the Pokemon series categorize Squirtle as the "tiny turtle Pokemon". In the Pokemon Fire Red & Leaf Green Pokedex, Squirtle is listed as the "Tiny Pokemon".
Contributed by jjbones123
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Despite the Pokemon Mansion on Cinnabar Island only having one entrance, the mansion has two exits and both will transfer the player to the front door.
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Once the player completes the main storyline and obtains the National Pokedex, Entei, Raikou and Suicune become available to capture as roaming legendaries. During an encounter with one of them, if the player uses Mean Look and one of the legendary dogs uses Roar, it will end the battle as usual. However, the Pokemon will have disappeared from the map upon checking the Pokedex to locate the Pokemon, making it impossible to further encounter them in that save file.
Contributed by allymender
In the Sevii Islands is a large patch of grass with paths running through it called 'Pattern Bush'. It's thought these patterns were made to resemble the circuit board of the original Red and Green games. Fittingly enough, the grass there only contains bug Pokemon, referencing all the "bugs" (as in glitches) found in the original games.
Contributed by tomp45673
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In the Pewter City Museum, in the space exhibit on the first floor, is a man who speaks about the date July 20 1969, and that humankind first stepped on the moon. This is an actual reference of the moon landing of the Apollo 11, and Neil Armstrong and Buzz Aldrin to be the first people to walk on the moon on July 20 1969.
Contributed by UltimateAdrian20
Since the games run on the same engine as the Ruby and Sapphire (and, by extension, Emerald) games, the same weather effects are also in the data for both versions. These include Cloudy, Rain, Snow, Thunderstorm, Sandstorm, Volcanic Ash, Mist and even a texture for Underwater. Except for the cloudy and Mist weather effects, all others are unused.
Contributed by gamemaster1991
The two passwords required for entering the Rocket Warehouse on Five Island are "Goldeen need log" and "Yes nah Chansey". Both of these are actually palindromes - they read the same backwards as they do forwards.
Contributed by Akuro
The reason that LeafGreen is the intentional release instead of WaterBlue is that Junichi Masuda, the game director, wanted an icon of peace (which is what leaf is said to represent) instead of an icon that conflicts with the image of fire used by the other game.
Contributed by gamemaster1991
When playing as the male hero, a movie about four boys walking down railroad tracks is playing on the television downstairs, likely referencing the film Stand by Me. If playing as the female hero, a movie about a girl in pigtails walking down a yellow brick road is playing, likely a reference to the film The Wizard of Oz.
Contributed by Berry
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In Japanese versions of the game, the player's bedroom has a Famicom. In the US game, this has been changed to a front-loader NES.
Contributed by RadSpyro
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In Pokémon Fire Red and Leaf Green, and their predecessors Red, Blue, and Yellow, a truck was placed in the S.S. Anne's port. The truck seems to serve no purpose. Its presence in the game could be a reference to the original rumors that Mew could be found under the truck.
Contributed by AussieYak