When it comes to Pokémon, I am a scrub. My familiarity with the series amounts to little more than "I think Digimon has the better cartoon and monster designs", and a few hours with Fire Red half a dozen years ago. But when I recently acquired a New 3DS XL, my first Nintendo handheld, I decided to try last year's Pokémon: Alpha Sapphire. Here's what I learned.
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Because there's no better time to drop fresh Pokémon news than minutes after a major preview embargo lifts, The Pokémon Company gives us "Soar" a new ability that allows players of Pokémon Omega Ruby and Pokémon Alpha Sapphire the ability to fly through the air on the backs of Mega Latias and Latios.
The age-old question for many Pokémon fans has always been: Bulbasaur, Charmander or Squirtle? Everyone has an opinion on this, and we've even used science to answer the question of who the best starter is. Still, the debate is far from settled.
We've firmly established that Pokémon Omega Ruby and Alpha Sapphire's Mega Slobro is the best Mega Pokémon possible. Now we've got video proof.
The Pokémon Company has gone Mega crazy, revealing another for super evolutions coming in the upcoming remakes of Ruby and Sapphire -- Sceptile, Swampert, Blaziken and the imported Mega Diancie. Sheesh. This is getting a bit out of hand. It won't be long until every Pokémon has a Mega evolution, and then what? Super Ultra Mega evolutions? Are we going to go full Digimon up in here?
That's not all: as suspected, Groudon and Kyogre will have new forms in the new Pokémon remakes, Omega Ruby & Alpha Sapphire.
The long-awaited remakes of Pokémon Ruby and Sapphire were announced earlier this week, and now we have our first, incredibly brief look at the games in action.