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Post by Eorl @ 09:42am 08/05/14 | 3 Comments
Continuing their trend of reimagining past titles, Nintendo and The Pokemon Co. International have today announced two new but not new titles in the Pokemon franchise: Pokemon Omega Ruby and Alpha Sapphire.

Reimaginings of the original Pokemon Ruby and Sapphire, each game will be a "new adventure" that takes place in a "spectacular new world" according to a press release from Nintendo and The Pokémon Co. International. The original two titles launched way back in 2003 for the Game Boy Advance system, and were as always a resounding hit for the franchise.

A release date of November 2014 has been promised, though no further details have been revealed. A trailer can be seen below.













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carson
Posted 10:31am 08/5/14
Yummy.
Mosfx
Posted 05:32pm 08/5/14
Looking forward to this, I never actually played this generation so it'll be like a new game for me.
Nerf Stormborn
Posted 01:13am 09/5/14
3rd generation was by far the best imo, though I never played beyond about the 7th or 8th gym in black/white 1.
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