Does Your Copy Of Pokémon Omega Ruby And Alpha Sapphire Nonetheless Work?


It is time to mud off your 3DS and your copy of Pokémon Omega Ruby and Alpha Sapphire, as a result of individuals have been reporting that their cartridges are now not working, virtually seven years after the discharge of the sport.

A couple of individuals on Reddit and ResetEra are ensuring to check their copies, and it looks like solely the PAL model is affected, though it isn’t clear what might need brought about the problem but.

One participant notes that their copy hasn’t labored “since Spring 2020”; one other (in Italy) says that their copy of Alpha Sapphire hasn’t labored since at the least 2019, and says it is a “widespread challenge”; different individuals have managed to get their video games to work superb regardless of being in European nations.

This would not be the primary time that video games have ceased to work after a sure period of time. The unique GBA Ruby and Sapphire video games had a “berry glitch” that stopped berry timber from rising after 366 days from when the sport was first performed.

This glitch was within the pre-internet-on-consoles period, so patching the sport was very tough, and concerned both proudly owning a totally different Pokémon sport that might add a patch to Ruby and Sapphire, or stepping into to particular sport shops to obtain it from their particular GBA. You could possibly even ship within the cartridge to Nintendo, up till August 2012.

For sure, it will be simpler to patch Pokémon ORAS, so long as the problem is an easy one.

Is your copy of Omega Ruby or Alpha Sapphire nonetheless working? Tell us within the feedback.

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