Pokemon Alpha Sapphire and Pokemon Omega Ruby are the latest remake versions of Pokemon Ruby and Pokemon Sapphire. After Pokemon X and Y, they are also the second version of Pokemon Generation VI Games of Game Freak. Nintendo and Game Freak want to bring their popular GameBoy Advance games to their modern 3DS system with better gaming experience like how they worked with Pokemon Heart Gold/Soul Silver on Nintendo DS. Pokemon Alpha Sapphire Release Date is on November 21, 2014 and it is available in Japan and North America regions. If you own a Nintendo 2DS/3DS platform, don’t forget to give it a try.
The first news of these games were announced on May 7, 2014 via a teaser trailer. You should subscribe this site to read the latest news.
Of course, Pokemon Alpha Sapphire gameplay is almost same as Pokemon Ruby and Sapphire which are released in 2003 with legendaries Groudon & Kyogre. But some points of the story are changed to make you surprised. There are a lot of changes which makes the games special. There are also new mini missions which are mixed carefully in the storyline such as: beauty contest, catch Legendaries, so on.
Like the original version, Pokemon Alpha Sapphire Starters are still Treeko, Mudkip, Torchic. Which of them will you choose?
Mega Evolutions is another special point. Mega Evolutions were never in any Pokemon Games before even in Pokemon X & Y. Now the legendary Pokémon Groudon & Kyogre called as Primal Reversion. For examples:
Mega Sceptile are Grass/Dragon Pokemon. Their ability is Lightingrod.
Mega Swampert are Water/Ground Pokemon. Their ability is Swift Swim
Mega Diancie are Rock/Fairy Pokemon.
New Kyorge and Groudon Megas are Primal/Prehistoric Kyorge, Primal/Prehistoric Groudon.
About the graphics, these remakes are really amazing with 3D graphics from Pokemon X & Y and the vibrant color scheme of Pokemon Ruby and Sapphire. Let’s imagine you play them on your 3DS XL and get the incredible graphics. All images look beautiful and good for your eyes. You can see the screenshot images to have self-perceived.