The Nintendo 3DS eShop has released the demo for Pokemon Omega Ruby & Alpha Sapphire for download without the use of a download code (only in the US for the time being). By downloading the demo, you will be able to take a quick experience of the new features and gameplay. Also, you will have the ability to obtain a Mega Glalie, which will transferable to your official game (if you have purchased the full version). The demo will also make it possible to trade items over that have been obtained during the gameplay of the demo.
An online competition known as ‘Battle of Hoenn’ was just announced on the official Pokemon website for the Pokemon Omega Ruby and Alpha Sapphire games.
Registration for the competition takes place on January 15, 2015 at 00:00 UTC. To be able to participate, you must have a copy of OR/AS and a Pokemon Trainer Club account. All Pokemon above level 50 will be set back to level 50 for the competition.
The Pokemon Company has released a soundtrack for the recent games, Pokemon Omega Ruby and Alpha Sapphire. The 160-track soundtrack has been released on iTunes for those living in North American and Europe. The price for the soundtrack is $9.99, £7.99, or £8.99 (depending on where you live).
Let us know if you purchased the soundtrack and your thoughts on it.
The Pokemon TV App, which is already available for Android, iOS, and Kindle users, has been released for the Amazon Fire TV. The app will also be released for Roku in 2015. We’ll continue to provide updates when the app has been made available for new platforms.
If you do not have any of the platforms listed above, you can check out Pokemon episodes on Hulu, iTunes, Netflix, and the official Pokemon website itself.
The TV show Oha Suta has revealed the a teaser trailer of the 18th movie, which will be featuring Primal Groudon, Primal Kyogre, Shiny Mega Rayquaza, and Hoopa (going off of the ring that creates the portal). No other information has been released, but we could very well see something in the near future from CoroCoro. We’ll just have to keep an eye out.