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Edition: Alpha Sapphire
Pokemon Omega Ruby and Pokemon Alpha Sapphire are a fresh take on Pokemon Ruby and Pokemon Sapphire, which launched in 2003 and were fan-favourite hits on the Game Boy Advance system. The new titles promise to take players through a dramatic story within a spectacular new world, as they collect, battle, and trade Pokemon while trying to stop a shadowy group with plans to alter the Hoenn region forever...
Your adventure takes place in Hoenn, a region that consists of a main island that stretches widely from east to west, along with countless small islets that dot the deep blue sea around it. A live volcano steams constantly in the heart of this green-covered island. Look forward to a region rich with natural beauty, a variety of Pokémon, and extraordinary people!
Pokémon Omega Ruby and Alpha Sapphire tell a grand tale that draws ever closer to the heart of the secrets behind Mega Evolution, said to be the greatest mystery of the Pokémon world. One of your many goals will be to seek out these powerful Pokémon and unlock their incredible potential.
Pokémon fans first enjoyed Pokémon Ruby and Sapphire when they launched in 2003 for the Game Boy Advance. Now, a whole new generation of Pokémon fans will experience the dramatic storyline that unfolds in Omega Ruby and Alpha Sapphire for the Nintendo 3DS.
Meet many interesting people and Pokémon Trainers as you travel across the Hoenn region, including Pokémon Professor Birch, who runs the Pokémon Lab in Littleroot Town. With him you will have your first meeting with the Pokémon that will become your partner on your journey, and a new bond will be born. You'll also encounter incredibly tough Trainers during your journey. Visit Pokémon Gyms, where Pokémon Trainers gather and Gym Leaders stand ready for Trainers to challenge them.
One of the best Pokemon games in my opinion. 'A good remake of the original keeping it interesting but with loads of nostalgic bits. Read morePublished 12 days ago by Jonathon O'Halloran