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2y, 1m agoPosted 2 years, 1 month ago
Was wondering if someone could give some advice on the new pokemon 3ds games that are out, sapphire and ruby? are they basically the same game? do they follow on from previous games as I don't know which to get my son. He previously had pokemon y if that makes a difference?

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2y, 1m agoPosted 2 years, 1 month ago
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Yes, Omega Ruby and Alpha Sapphire are essentially the same game. They'll differ in a few ways, primarily being that there are a number of version-specific pokemon, but there's no real need for you to consider getting both.

They're fundamentally a different adventure from that seen in X/Y, effectively being remakes of the pair of Gameboy Advance games, Pokemon Ruby and Pokemon Sapphire.

As for which you should look to get, unless there's anything that stands out to you about your son's preferences, you could base it on something as seemingly superficial as the boxart design or central 'colour'.

Edited By: Illusionary on Dec 21, 2014 23:45
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They are basically the same. These are really HD remakes of old Pokemon games Ruby and Saphire from 2002.
#3
Thanks for that, so it doesn't matter which one I get? because the last ones, pokemon x and y were blue and red as well? thanks for your help x
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nicolaronan
Thanks for that, so it doesn't matter which one I get? because the last ones, pokemon x and y were blue and red as well? thanks for your help x
Indeed, it doesn't really matter for your purposes.

You'll find that the majority of 'main line' pokemon titles come in a pairing such as this, but as above OR/AS are different from X/Y.
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Thank you very much for your help.

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