PokéNav +

The PokéNav + from Omega Ruby and Alpha Sapphire

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The PokéNav + is an expanded version of the original PokéNav that appears from the start in Omega Ruby and Alpha Sapphire. While many of its original concepts remain, the PokéNav + does more and has more to it than meets the eye.



The AreaNav serves as a Live version of a Town Map, which shows where you are in the overworld, along with Trainers that can be challenged on a given route, what Routes have Berries that can be picked, and Secret Bases. As you try to fill the Pokédex you'll want to check the Pokémon feature as well to show what areas have Pokémon you haven't found or caught yet. This feature is available at the start of the game.


The DexNav can give you encounter information on Pokémon that you encounter in Towns along with Pokémon that pass by in the sky or under the water. Additionally, you'll be alerted to any hidden Pokémon that are in the area, and as you encounter more of the same Pokémon you'll be able to see more information, including First Move and Potential, for examples.


The BuzzNav replaces TV's as the source for various news items, which change as the story progresses. Interviews that you've had with various reporters, along with contest results will also air. Sometimes stuff that features your friends and others will also air! As you StreetPass with more people that play Omega Ruby or Alpha Sapphire, you'll receive a variety of different programs!


New to the PokéNav fold is the PlayNav, which has three features from Pokémon X and Pokémon Y installed: the Player Search System (PSS), Pokémon-Amie, and Super Training.

PSS connects to the Internet, allowing you to see other players as they are locally near you or online around the world, and you can challenge them to a number of different activities, including Battles and Trades. Additionally, the Holo Caster, Battle Spot, GTS and Wonder Trade Options are available via PSS.

Pokémon-Amie returns, and while not much has changed with this mode you still need it to evolve an Eevee into a Sylveon. In this mode, you get to pet and play with your Pokémon, allowing for them to get a number of boosts that can range from increased EXP to surviving attacks in battle that would otherwise defeat them.

Super Training is a major feature that Metagame players and those that frequent tournaments will love, as this feature will track the Effort Values that a Pokémon has, along with training them in each of the six Base Statistics.

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