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Pokemon Omega Ruby And Alpha Sapphire Review Scores Round-up
Pokemon Omega Ruby and Alpha Sapphire will be released later this month for Nintendo’s 3DS. Review scores for the game have started to drop, and critics seem to be pretty happy with the games.
Pokemon ORAS are remakes of the original titles released on Game Boy Advance. Both games have come a long way since Gameboy days. Pokemon ORAS now feature new storylines, 3D visuals, flight and the most talked about Mega Evolutions.
Pokemon Omega Ruby and Alpha Sapphire has received some pretty impressive scores from various reviewers. You can check them out below:
- Gamespot – 8
- Nintendo Life – 9
- Videogamer – 8
- GamesRadar – 4/5
- US Gamer – 4/5
- God is a Geek – 9
- Nintendo Insider – 9
- Kotaku – Yes
- Joystiq – 4.5/5
- IGN – 7.8
- Nintendo World Report – 9
- CVG – 8
- Destructoid -9
- VentureBeat – 80/100
Pokemon Omega Ruby and Alpha Sapphire do an impressive job of reproducing the classic. They use the features on offer by the 3DS and are pushing some unique ideas such as the Saor ability.
The new storyline is dramatic, and the game is set within a spectacular world.
According to the majority of reviewers, this should be a day-one purchase for anyone who’s Pokemon fan. These games will be released in North America starting November 21 and in Europe on November 28 exclusively for 3DS.