Hard to believe it’s been 20 years since Nintendo’s creature-trading RPG phenomenon began. To celebrate this milestone, Nintendo has released the original first generation of Pokémon games, Red, Blue and Yellow, on the 3DS Virtual Console. These re-releases include the ability to trade with other players wirelessly, as well as store your collection in the Pokémon Bank app. This will allow you to eventually import them into the upcoming seventh generation of games, Pokémon Sun and Moon, due out Holiday 2016.

Pokémon Red trailer:

Pokémon Blue trailer:

Pokémon Yellow trailer:

Here are all of last week’s digital retro releases:

Nintendo eShop – North America:

– Medabots AX: Metabee (Natsume, Wii U)
– Medabots AX: Rokusho (Natsume, Wii U)
– Mega Man Legacy Collection (Capcom, 3DS)
– Pokémon Blue (Nintendo, 3DS)
– Pokémon Red (Nintendo, 3DS)
– Pokémon Yellow: Special Pikachu Edition (Nintendo, 3DS)

Nintendo eShop – Europe:

– Mega Man Legacy Collection (Capcom, 3DS)
– Pokémon Blue Edition (Nintendo, 3DS)
– Pokémon Ranger (Nintendo, Wii U)
– Pokémon Red Edition (Nintendo, 3DS)
– Pokémon Yellow Edition (Nintendo, 3DS)

PlayStation Store – North America:

– Double Dragon II: The Revenge (arcade version) (Hamster, PS4)
– Ninja Senki DX (Tribute Games, Vita)

PlaySation Store – Europe:

– Double Dragon II: The Revenge (arcade version) (Hamster, PS4)

Steam:

– Disgaea PC (NIS America, Windows)
– Ninja Senki DX (Tribute Games, Win/Mac)

GOG.com:

– Eradicator (Night Dive Studios, Win/Mac/Linux)