It’s the moment of truth… Will the park get the remaining 250 visitors or will they fail?
Back in the early 2000s, Game Freak made a big leap in terms of gameplay and graphics with Pokémon Ruby and Sapphire when they finally transitioned to the Gameboy Advance for the 3rd generation. These games basically laid the foundation for future generations by introducing new mechanics such as abilities, natures, an overhauled IV/EV system and double battles.
While Game Freak hinted a Ruby and Sapphire remake in Pokémon X and Y last year, everyone knew that it was going to happen. Eventually, they revealed Pokémon Omega Ruby and Alpha Sapphire, which is a remake of the original games. These remakes add new features (including enhancements to Pokémon Contests and Secret Bases) while adding more mega evolutions and an expanded post-game. Does this new remake live up to the original? Let’s find out!
Given that I am 2/3rds done with Pocket Monsters Omega Ruby, I’ll leave the review for next week. For now, I’m going to focus on what shows I plan on watching during the winter. Even though I will have more free time since I would have graduated at the end of this semester, I will only cover two shows and share rest of the impressions in a weekly post.
As always, this list is subject to change from now until the actual season starts.