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Pokémon Omega Ruby and Alpha Sapphire

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Actually we don't need this anymore. It was important before the release, but now most or all info is somewhere else in the page
==Beta elements==
{{main|Pokémon Omega Ruby and Alpha Sapphire beta}}
 
==Pre-release information==
According to the press release that announced the games, the new titles will take players through a dramatic story within a spectacular new world.<ref name="youtube announcement">[https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=ywGSON9tNq0 Youtube: "Pokémon Omega Ruby and Pokémon Alpha Sapphire -- November 2014!"]</ref> The first footage from the game, a cutscene showing {{p|Groudon}} and {{p|Kyogre}} manipulating the weather via their respective Abilities, was revealed three days after the games' first announcement.<ref name="youtube first footage">[https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=00DyEDmQ83s Youtube: "Pokémon Omega Ruby and Pokémon Alpha Sapphire—Sneak Peek Footage"]</ref> One month after the games' announcement, it was revealed that Groudon and Kyogre can undergo Primal Reversion becoming Primal Groudon and Primal Kyogre, respectively.<ref name="primal legendaries">[[n:Details on Omega Ruby and Alpha Sapphire announced|Bulbanews: "Details on Omega Ruby and Alpha Sapphire announced"]]</ref>
 
A number of features introduced in {{game|Ruby and Sapphire|s}} that had since been discontinued will return in these games. [[Pokémon Contest]]s and customizable [[Secret Base]]s (now "Super Secret Bases") will return for the first time since {{game|Platinum}},<ref name="Secret Bases">[[n:Super-Secret Bases confirmed for Omega Ruby and Alpha Sapphire|Bulbanews: "Super-Secret Bases confirmed for Omega Ruby and Alpha Sapphire"]]</ref> while the [[Mach Bike]], the [[Acro Bike]], and third-generation [[player character]]s {{ga|Brendan}} and {{ga|May}} will return for the first time since {{game|Emerald}}.<ref name="CoroCoro July">[[n:CoroCoro leaks for July 2014 issue revealed|Bulbanews: "CoroCoro leaks for July 2014 issue revealed"]]</ref> {{p|Feebas}} will resume a Contest-specific evolution method.<ref name="August Update">[[n:Official US Pokémon website updates with new ORAS trailer, details about new Mega Evolutions|Bulbanews: Official US Pokémon website updates with new ORAS trailer, details about new Mega Evolutions]]</ref> In addition, a number of features introduced in {{g|X and Y}} will also return, with [[Horde Encounter]]s and [[Mega Evolution]]s already confirmed to be part of Omega Ruby and Alpha Sapphire, with the Horde Encounter feature expanding into [[Horde Encounter|Trainer Horde Battle]]s. Over ten new [[Mega Evolution]]s debuted in this game, including Mega {{p|Sceptile}}, Mega {{p|Swampert}}, Mega {{p|Diancie}}, Mega {{p|Sableye}}, Mega {{p|Metagross}}, Mega {{p|Altaria}}, Mega {{p|Lopunny}}, Mega {{p|Salamence}}, Mega {{p|Slowbro}}, Mega {{p|Audino}}, Mega {{p|Camerupt}} and Mega {{p|Sharpedo}}. The [[PokéNav]] will be redesigned as the PokéNav Plus, a device appearing on the touch screen outside of battle. The [[PokéNav Plus]] has four main functions &mdash; [[DexNav]], which displays information about wild Pokémon available in the player's current location; {{DL|PokéNav Plus|AreaNav}}, a map used for navigation of location, Pokémon, Secret Bases and Berry Trees; {{DL|PokéNav Plus|BuzzNav}}, which reports on news from around the Hoenn region and from StreetPass; and {{DL|PokéNav Plus|PlayNav}}, which is used to connect to online play, local wireless play, [[Pokémon-Amie]] and [[Super Training]].
 
The August edition of ''CoroCoro'' magazine introduced [[Cosplay Pikachu]]. This special Pikachu is given to the player to use in Pokémon Contests. This Pikachu gets a unique costume to wear during Contests; each costume comes with a specific, special move: Pikachu Rock Star gets {{m|Meteor Mash}} (Coolness Contest); Pikachu, Ph.D gets {{m|Electric Terrain}} (Cleverness Contest); Pikachu Pop Star gets {{m|Draining Kiss}} (Cuteness Contest); Pikachu Belle gets {{m|Icicle Crash}} (Beauty Contest); Pikachu Libre gets {{m|Flying Press}} (Toughness Contest).
 
==Trailers==
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