Nintendo has released tons of Pok\u00e9mon games, including fun spin-offs and main games focusing on trainers and Pok\u00e9mon from Gen 1 to Gen 9. That said, players who have played main Pok\u00e9mon titles would know the intense feeling of choosing only one out of three possible starting Pok\u00e9mon. Here\u2019s a quick look at the starter Pok\u00e9mon from every core Pok\u00e9mon game in history. Related: Every starter Pok\u00e9mon, ranked worst to best All starters in Pok\u00e9mon Red, Blue & Green Image via The Pok\u00e9mon Company Bulbasaur Charmander Squirtle These three are the iconic starter Pok\u00e9mon that won every gamer at the start of the franchise. At the beginning of each game, players can only choose one of the three \u2014 the leaf-type Bulbasaur, fire-type Charmander, and water-type Squirtle. Those who wanted to have a different starter needed to start a new game. All starters in Pok\u00e9mon Yellow Image via The Pok\u00e9mon Company Pikachu Ash\u2019s Pikachu\u00a0is the only starter Pok\u00e9mon unique in some ways. First, you don\u2019t get to pick Pikachu from a group of three. Second, you can\u2019t put Pikachu inside a Pok\u00e9ball. Moreover, you\u2019ll need to catch other Pok\u00e9mon early in the game to defeat the first gym because this electric mouse is, well, electric. Interestingly, the player was supposed to get an Eevee but gets a Pikachu instead. All starters in Pok\u00e9mon Gold & Silver Image via The Pok\u00e9mon Company Chikorita Cyndaquil Totodile The second batch of starter Pok\u00e9mon is yours to pick from at the start of your adventures in the Johto region. Along with them came more new Pok\u00e9mon to find, catch, and train. There were 100 new monsters to catch besides the Gen one Pok\u00e9mon. All starters in Pok\u00e9mon Ruby, Sapphire & Emerald Image via The Pok\u00e9mon Company Treecko Torchic Mudkip Gen three has you journeying across the Hoenn region, bringing along one of the three starters Pok\u00e9mon mentioned above. Aside from new Pok\u00e9mon to catch, these games also brought in new features that were never seen before in earlier titles. All starters in Pok\u00e9mon Diamond & Pearl Image via The Pok\u00e9mon Company Turtwig Chimchar Piplup These starters from Gen four might not appeal to some players, but they mark the introduction of 107 new Pok\u00e9mon and a new region to explore, Sinnoh. They are also the first Pok\u00e9mon to be featured as starters in a core Pok\u00e9mon game for the Nintendo DS. All starters in Pok\u00e9mon Black & White Image via The Pok\u00e9mon Company Snivy Tepig Oshawott These three are the starters for Gen five Pok\u00e9mon titles. Along with them come features such as a new region called Unova, seasons, and the National Pok\u00e9dex, which becomes available after the main story is finished. All starters in Pok\u00e9mon X & Y Image via The Pok\u00e9mon Company Chespin Fennekin Froakie Pok\u00e9mon X and Y introduce the Gen six Pok\u00e9mons, all of which can be found in the Kalos and Hoenn regions. These are the three starters players will have to choose from at the beginning of the adventure. The events Pok\u00e9mon X and Y occur two years after the events of Black and White. All starters in Pok\u00e9mon Sun & Moon Image via The Pok\u00e9mon Company Rowlet Litten Popplio The starters from Gen seven look more \u201cnormal\u201d than starters from other generations of Pok\u00e9mon. Litten, for one, is but a mere kitten with a unique colorway. It also is the first batch to offer a Flying-type starter in Rowlet. These are the first Pok\u00e9mon you can have in these titles, both of which do not have traditional gym leaders. All starters in Pok\u00e9mon Sword & Shield Image via The Pok\u00e9mon Company Grookey Scorbunny Sobble You can get these starter Pok\u00e9mon when you begin your adventure in the Galar region in\u00a0Pok\u00e9mon Sword and Shield.\u00a0These titles are also the first to feature Gigantamax forms in battles. As the name implies, Gigantamax Pok\u00e9mon are gigantic and look different from regular evolutions. All starters in Pok\u00e9mon Legends: Arceus Image via The Pok\u00e9mon Company Rowlet Cyndaquil Oshawott The events in Pok\u00e9mon Legends: Arceus take place in Hisui, a region now known as Sinnoh. For this reason, you get to see returning Pok\u00e9mon as starters. These starters\u2019 final evolutions are regional forms and look different compared to their previous final evolutions. All starters in Pok\u00e9mon Scarlet & Violet Image via The Pok\u00e9mon Company Sprigatito Fuecoco Quaxly Pok\u00e9mon Scarlet and Violet\u00a0are the latest core titles, and they introduce Gen nice Pok\u00e9mon, which include the three starters above. You choose one of them at the start of your adventure in the Paldea region. These are the starter Pok\u00e9mon for each core Pok\u00e9mon game in the series. Have you tried picking all of these as your starter Pok\u00e9mon? We suggest selecting the one you haven\u2019t tried yet on your next playthrough.