Pokemon Omega Ruby rom and Alpha Sapphire continued the Pokemon franchise by taking the Pokemon X and Y game that features interrupted elementary school lessons across the globe and making it into something kids and those young at heart could play on their Nintendo 2Ds and 3Ds. With this sequel, Nintendo rolled out a lot more options, more pokemons and a bigger world.
Pokemon Omega Ruby and Alpha Sapphire focuses more on the antics of Team Magma and Team Aqua (called the Great villains Group in Japan). Players choose either a boy or a girl as the main character as most Pokemon games do. There’s no difference between the two genders, other than some menu and music changes.
The game has players control the main character in a series of battles against the villains, using the old and the new Pokemon in the fight. These antagonist has taken over all the Hoenn region, which understandably plummets the world into darkness and despair. It’s up to the player to restore order by defeating them in a Pokemon battle.
Just as in the first game, players get bonus items and booster packs by defeating the enemies, and a badge by defeating a either Team Magma or Team Aqua leader. The game will contain twice as many Pokemons as the old titles have, including 13 never-before-released Pokemons with mega evolution. There will be 50 new opponents to fight, as well as the 40 from the last game (that’s a total of 90 for the mathematically challenged).
Pokemon Omega Ruby and Alpha Sapphire will do away with link cables by utilizing the infrared port for multiplayer battles, and players don’t have to always battle each other — the game will have several minigames for two players to compete in.