|Print Club Pokémon B|
|System(s): Sega Titan Video|
|Number of players: 1|
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It is based on the Pokémon franchise - one of the first pieces of Pokémon software to be released outside of a Nintendo platform and the first to be released on a Sega-designed system. Many more Pokémon games would see a release on the educational Sega Pico and Advanced Pico Beena consoles. It is also one of the few Print Club releases known to see an American release.
|Sega Titan Video, US|
|Games in the Print Club Series|
|Print Club (Vol. 2 | Vol. 3 | Vol. 4 | Vol. 5) (1995) | Print Club 2 (Vol. 2 | Vol. 3 | Vol. 4 | Vol. 5 | Vol. 6) | Vol. 7) | Vol. 8) | Vol. 9) (1997) | Print Club Love Love (Ver. 2) (1999) | Print Club Olive (1999) | Print Club Pokémon B (1999)|
|Aroma Club (1997) | Movie Club (1997) | Name Club (1997) | Snap Club (199x)|
|Pokémon games for Sega systems|
|Print Club Pokémon B (1999)|
|Pocket Monsters Suuji o Tsukamaeyou! (2002) | Pocket Monsters Advanced Generation Hiragana Katakana Kakechatta! (2004) | Pocket Monsters Advanced Generation Minna de Pico Pokémon Waiwai Battle! (2004)|
|Pocket Monsters Advanced Generation Pokémon Suuji Battle!! (2005) | Chiiku Drill Pocket Monsters Diamond & Pearl: Moji Kazu Chie Asobi (2007) | Pocket Monsters Diamond & Pearl Pokémon o Sagase! Meiro de Daibouken! (2009) | Pocket Monsters Best Wishes! Chinou Ikusei Pokémon Daiundoukai (2010)|