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Retailers Taking Pre-Orders for Pokémon Alpha Sapphire and Ruby Omega
Several online retailers have started taking pre-orders for Pokémon Alpha Sapphire and Ruby Omega.
Newegg has listed the titles at a price-tag of $39.99 USD, which is same as new releases for Nintendo 3DS.
Another highlight of the listing is the November 30 release date which is by an educated guess is most likely a place-holder since most of the games are not released at the end of a week.
Amazon has also listed down the titles for $44.99 CND apiece with free shipping. Furthermore, EB Games Australia has them for $59.99 and Game UK has them for £34.99.
The original versions were released back in 2003 exclusively for Game Boy Advance and apparently Nintendo is planning on following the tracks of widely acclaimed Pokémon X and Y, which sold 12.26 million copies worldwide.
In related news, Nintendo has unveiled a brief glimpse of the game featuring Kyogre of Omega Ruby and Groudon of Alpha Sapphire.
Since Nintendo will not host its E3 conference, fans should keep an eye out on Nintendo Digital Conference on June 10, 2014 for more information on Pokémon Omega Ruby and Alpha Sapphire and other anticipated titles.
Do you plan on reliving the memories of Hoenn re-imagined for Nintendo 3DS?
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