Pokemon Omega Ruby Review - Digitalchumps

"It’s difficult to accept that it’s been over 11 years since the release of Pokemon Ruby and Pokemon Sapphire, two games that took Nintendo’s popular, critter-heavy franchise to the next level by in fusing it with 135 new creatures and giving it a graphical overhaul on the Game Boy Advance. While the nostalgia for these titles does not seem as rampant as that for Red and Blue or even Gold and Silver, these are true first games in the series as far as how they relate to the series proper. Stats were retooled to accommodate more hardcore training, abilities and natures were added to add even more diversity to individual Pokemon, and the story became a more integral factor in advancing in the series than ever before. All of those adjustments (as well as a host of others) became staples of the series, which continues to thrive in part due to the groundwork laid by those GBA titles."

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