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Virtual Console is incredibly frustrating. You never get what you want, and Nintendo seems to constantly drop the ball on what’s coming when. And the pricing is always awfu-Oh wait hold on. According to Pokemon.com, one of the ways you can get the Omega Ruby/Alpha Sapphire demo is buying Pokemon Puzzle Challenge or…POKEMON TRADING CARD GAME (GBC) ON VIRTUAL CONSOLE? Alright, I take it back. Thanks Nintendo. You rule. Keep it up.
Puzzle Challenge will release on the 3DS eShop for 4.99 on Nov. 6th, while one of my favorite GBC games, Pokemon Trading Card Game, will be 5.99 on Nov. 13th. You can also snag the ORAS demo (which becomes available tomorrow) through the Pokemon.com Trainer Club, by signing up and opting into emails. Omega Ruby and Alpha Sapphire release Nov. 21st.
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