Briefly: Next year is Pokémon's 20th anniversary. To mark the event, the card game's first starter pack is getting a re-release. Originally, the card game first went on sale in October 1996, and this reissue will be out next February in Japan for 1300 yen ($14).
Japan Is Re-Releasing Pokemon's Original Starter Pack
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