You Can Create Secret Bases in Pokémon Omega Ruby & Alpha Sapphire

Posted by 125805786 on

Pokémon 3DS Secret Base One of the biggest highlights of the Pokémon Omega Ruby and Alpha Sapphire remakes for the Nintendo 3DS is the ability to create customizable Secret Bases that show off your individuality. The Bases allow you to do more than just fill the game with useless collectibles and will actually have an impact on your gameplay experience, allowing you to set up mazes or traps for visitors, create your own Pokémon Gym by establishing Pokémon battle rules, and more. More titillating details can found in Pokémon Company International’s press release:
Pokémon Omega Ruby and Pokémon Alpha Sapphire players will be able to create their very own Secret Base, a customizable area that will allow them to show off their individuality by setting up mazes or traps for visitors to encounter, and even creating Pokémon battle rules, transforming their Secret Base into their own Pokémon Gym! Players will be able to share their Secret Base with other Trainers around the world using StreetPass functionality, or they can create a QR Code for their unique Secret Base, enabling friends to visit it with ease. When visiting other Secret Bases, players can meet other Trainers in the same base and invite them back to their own Secret Base as Secret Pals. Players can interact and battle with Secret Pals, who have special skills that can support players in their adventures, such as sharing new Decorations, making a Pokémon Egg hatch faster, or raising the level of a select Pokémon by one. The more Secret Pals players have in their Secret Base, the more special skills will be available to help them in their adventures. Players can also capture flags while visiting other players’ Secret Bases. Flags are located beside the Secret PC in each Secret Base. The more flags a player collects, the higher the rank earned, which brings rewards like improving the skills of a player’s Secret Pals.
Images of these Bases are provided below. Pokémon Omega Ruby and Alpha Sapphire release on November 21, 2014. [gallery columns="2" link="file" size="large" ids="298,300,299,301"]

Share this post

← Older Post Newer Post →

Leave a comment

Please note, comments must be approved before they are published.