Though the gameplay is largely the same as that of Ruby and Sapphire, Emerald introduces new features. The plot is modified; both Team Magma and Aqua are villains who are locked in a constant gang war and awaken Groudon and Kyogre respectively. When the two legendary Pokémon begin to battle each other, the protagonist must unleash Rayquaza the legendary Pokémon (pictured on the box cover) to calm them. Some of the game mechanics are changed as well. Though double battles were clearly marked in Ruby and Sapphire, in Emerald, two separate trainers might unite to battle as a pair. After the Elite Four is defeated, the player may re-battle Gym Leaders in a double battle. Also, Pokémon sprites are animated in battle like they were in Pokémon Crystal. Probably the most significant addition is the Battle Frontier, an expanded version of the Battle Tower in Ruby and Sapphire.
Emerald has been generally well-received. The game has an aggregate rating of 77% on Game Rankings Gamespot gave it a 7.5 out of 10; IGN gave it an "Impressive" rating of 8.0 out of a possible 10. Eurogamer, however, gave Emerald a score of 6 out of 10. Though it praised Emerald for looking better than either Ruby or Sapphire and for having harder and longer gameplay, it criticized the game for not even being a "half changed update but more of a director's cut". Emerald was the second best-selling game in the United States of 2005; it sold 6.32 million copies, making it the third-best selling game for the Game Boy Advance. In November 2005, Nintendo Power reported that "Total sales [from Pokémon Emerald] would exceed the value of an actual emeraldthe size of Neptune."
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