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New Japanese Omega Ruby Alpha Sapphire trailer reveals preorder information

Japanese preorder date, bonus revealed
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  • Thursday, September 4, 2014

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Japanese preorder bonus figures

A new trailer for Pokémon Omega Ruby and Alpha Sapphire has been uploaded to the official Japanese Pokémon YouTube channel. It contains new footage, but mostly of features and locations that have already appeared in previous trailers. The trailer reveals the start date for preorders in Japan as well as the preorder bonuses.

In Japan, players can preorder starting Sept. 20, 2014. Players that preorder Pokémon Omega Ruby or Alpha Sapphire will receive an exclusive 5 cm figure of Primal Groudon or Primal Kyogre, corresponding to the game they preordered; these figures are different to the preorder bonus figures in the UK and Australia. Players who preorder will also get a B5 size metallic poster featuring the Primal Groudon or Primal Kyogre, corresponding to the preordered game. Players who preorder both will receive the New Hoenn ART Book, an A3 art book featuring artwork from Omega Ruby and Alpha Sapphire.

Additionally, a double pack will be available in Japan, which includes both Pokémon Omega Ruby and Alpha Sapphire. This double pack also includes two serial codes, each providing the player with 100 Potions in their game (they are intended to be used on each game). This double pack will retail for ¥9,142 (excluding tax).

Alternately, players who download a digital version of Pokémon Omega Ruby or Alpha Sapphire before Nov. 30, 2014 on a Japanese system will receive a serial code that can be used to obtain 12 Quick Balls in their game. Cards for digital copies of the game will be available at retailers. Digital copies of the games will cost ¥4,571 (excluding tax).

The end date of the Nintendo Network Shiny Metagrossite Beldum is confirmed to be Jan. 14, 2015 for the Japanese region; other regions are likely to have the same end date, although this has not yet been confirmed.

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