As we approach the release date of Pokemon Omega Ruby and Alpha Sapphire we can expect to see more screenshots and details shared on the tilte. Today, more fantastic screenshots of Omega Ruby/Apha Sapphire have emerged and in this case we have a closer look at Primal Groudon, Primal Kyogre and Rayquaza.
Firstly, let’s look at Primal Groudon. Judging from the screenshots it appears that Primal Groudon is slightly smaller than its modern from, which makes sense as it is somewhat a de-evolution from Groudon. The clearest distinctive feature of Primal Groudon is the yellow flow of molten rock that flows around its exoskeleton.
Secondly on show is Primal Kyogre. Primal Kyogre, from what I can gather, is more or less the same size as its normal form, but with the yellow glow being the distinctive trait. We know that Primal Kyogre has the ability Primordial Sea, which is an in-game weather that activates strong rain, likely free of any turn-limits.
Lastly, but certain not least is Rayquaza. Unfortunately, at the moment Rayquaza does not have a primal form, but I suspect it won’t be too long before Primal Rayquaza will be announced. Until then, please check out the some excellent in-game screenshots below.
Pokemon Omega Ruby and Alpha Sapphire is a remake of the GameBoy Advance classic title, Pokemon Ruby and Pokemon Sapphire. The game will feature a number of improvements over the original including improved visuals and additional Mega-evolved Pokemon. The title is due to be released on November 21 in North America, Japan and Australia. Pokemon Fever will hit Japan on November 28.
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