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Mega Sableye Introduced For Pokemon Omega Ruby And Alpha Sapphire
Meet Mega Sableye, the newest Mega Form Pokemon to be announced for Pokemon Omega Ruby and Alpha Sapphire. The latest Mega Form Pokemon was announced in a special reveal trailer at the Nintendo Kids Conference at E3, which you can check out below. Sableye was first discovered in the Hoenn region and is a Dark/Ghost type. When it turns into its Mega Form, the jewel on its body swells and detaches from its body, becoming a powerful defensive tool in battle. It’s even said that the jewel hardens into such strength that an attack won’t even make a scratch! Other than that there aren’t many details at the moment, such as attacks or special abilities, but we’ll keep you updated when details come out.
Nintendo today also released a new trailer for the game, featuring the new Mega-Evolved forms and scenes from the newly revamped Hoenn Region. They’re also set to reveal how you can get your very own Diancie for Pokemon X and Y very soon!
Pokemon Omega Ruby and Alpha Sapphire will be coming to 3DS consoles in the US on November 21st 2014, and hopefully the rest of the world pretty quickly after. The original Pokemon Ruby and Sapphire came out in 2003, and the new titles have promised a fresh take on the world of Hoenn. This time your Pokemon journey takes you on a quest to understand Mega Evolution and seek out some of the most powerful Pokemon and, as always, to Catch ‘Em All over again. You’ll see familiar faces make an appearance such as Team Aqua and Team Magma, who have both had a redesign. That’s all we know for the moment, but you can be sure that the updates will come fast and plentiful as we get closer to November.
We’ve already had a lot of Pokemon getting Mega Forms, so why not let us know what Pokemon you want to get a new form in the next generation of games? And while you’re waiting make sure to check out Kyogre and Groudon’s Primitive forms.