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A "continuation of the story" rather than just a remake would be awesome.
Oddly, one of the things I'm most looking forward to is the music remixes. I always thought R/S/E had a lot of really nice melodies.
B-but the GBA trumpets are the absolute best thing! I legitimately love the funky sound aahI look forward to hearing the trumpets but without the whine that the gameboy made that I didn't like.
I think it's a straight remake - on the Pokémon.com page for them it's all "Ruby and Sapphire came out in 2003, now it's time for a new generation of Pokémon fans to experience the epic story" which would be kind of a non-sequitur otherwise.
Satoru Iwata said:The announcement was made only yesterday, so we were unable to include them in the supplementary document for this financial briefing, but the latest installments from the Pokémon franchise, “Pokémon Omega Ruby” and “Pokémon Alpha Sapphire” will be released globally for Nintendo 3DS in November this year. They are full-remakes of the Game Boy Advance “Pokémon Ruby” and “Pokémon Sapphire” games, which sold more than 5.44 million units in Japan and more than 16.22 million units worldwide. (Source)
Trumpets seem to be the most anticipated features of these games