Question: What is the name of the song in the "Dragon Age: Inquisition Official Trailer - The Breach" trailer as heard below? Answer: "Into the Darkness" by The Phantoms. Here's a video of that song along with its lyrics:
Is only 0.1 larger than its predecessors. Serebii confirmed today via Twitter that the downloadable Japanese versions of Pokemon Omega Ruby and Pokemon Alpha Sapphire requires 14,449 blocks each, which converts to approximately 1.8 GB. As a comparison, the downloadable North American versions of Pokemon X and Pokemon Y requires 13,927 blocks each, which converts to approximately 1.7 GB. Image credit: Nintendo
Question: Can Diancie be caught in Pokemon Omega Ruby and/or Pokemon Alpha Sapphire? Answer: No. Diancie isn't on the list of catchable Pokemon in either Pokemon Omega Ruby or Pokemon Alpha Sapphire. Notes: Nintendo has been distributing Diancie via the following Pokemon X and Pokemon Y events: Location Distribution Period Japan July 6, 2014; July 19 to September 30, 2014 Taiwan August 29 to October 15, 2014 Canada, Mexico, the United States, Guatemala, Chile, and Brazil October 16 to November 16, 2014 Europe, Australia, and South Africa October 23, 2014 to February 25, 2015 *
Their complaints about that series will confuse you. The first reviews for Pokemon Alpha Sapphire and Pokemon Omega Ruby has been published, and as of this writing IGN has posted the lowest score for that series. IGN Freelance Writer Kallie Plagge has given the Pokemon Alpha Sapphire and Pokemon Omega Ruby series a score of 7.8 (out of 10). Her main complaints about that series are as follows: "Too much water." "Too many HMs." I can see that "too much water" quote being promoted to a popular meme... Image credit: Nintendo Sources: Kallie Plagge. "Pokémon Alpha Sapphire and Omega Ruby Review." November 18, 2014. IGN. Retrieved November 18, 2014.
The correct answer: "No." Yet another Pokemon Trainer has requested that everyone bans themselves from using Legendary Pokemon in online Pokemon Omega Ruby and Pokemon Alpha Sapphire battles. Here we go again... just because a Pokemon is classified as "Legendary" doesn't automatically mean it's overpowered; for example, Aegislash and Blaziken aren't "Legendary" Pokemon, but they're classified as overpowered Pokemon. Besides, asking for total ban of Legendary Pokemon is ridiculous, considering those Pokemon are... Pokemon. Correct me if I'm wrong, but aren't all Pokemon meant for battle? I personally have no issues with other Trainers using only overpowered Pokemon, because that allows me to test my Trick Room strategies. Watching my overpowered opponents rage quit over my Clawitzer, Cofagrigus and Ursaring opening up a can of whup ass is satisfying.
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