n. This refers to the "pokemon red" version in the pokemon for gameboy videogame series. This was orginally released in Japan in 1996. The object of the game is to beome a great pokemon trainer and obtain all 8 badges from the 8 gym trainers and reach it to the pokemon tournement. Another goal of the game is to "catch'em all." This is refering to catching all 150 pokemon. Now the myth about #151, Mew, is no true. You can't legitimately catch a Mew in Pokemon Red, Blue or Yellow. No matter how many times your buddy tells you that he found his Mew in a truck next to the SS Anne or how his Jigglypuff evolved into a Mew -- it's just not true. It's not an accident that Nintendo always publicizes its GB Pokemon games as having 150 Pokemon. Mew #151 is a bonus Pokemon not found in the first three Game Boy games (unless you use a GameShark device to unlock it -- but that can potentially screw up your save file, as well as render the game save incompatible with Pokemon Stadium. If you can't resist using a GameShark code to unlock Mew, be sure to only use it on a save file you're not too attached to).
However, this is by far the best pokemon game to date. Nintendo just released pokemon "fire red", which is a remake of the classic. Only trons will buy this, because it was red version that started the revolution and nothing could replace it.
I just got home from school and gamed on red version for a solid 3 hours.
Red version is by the best pokemon game and will always be.