Can I trade pokemon between different versions(e.g. Pokemon Ruby and Emerald)?

  • Can I trade pokemon between different versions(e.g. Pokemon Ruby and Emerald)? Garmen1778

    I have a copy of the US Pokemon Emerald game and a copy of ESP Pokemon Ruby game version.

    Can I trade between the two versions? If so, how?

  • You can trade, but you will need a link cable. Ruby and Sapphire aren't compatible with the wireless connectors.

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