Tsunekazu Ishihara, President And Chief Executive Officer Of The Pokemon Company And Producer Of Pokemon, Introduces The New 'Pokemon Art Academy' Game During A News Conference At The 2014 Electronic Entertainment Expo, Known As E3, In Los Angeles
IN PHOTO: Last year, one of the biggest wishes of numerous “Pokemon” fans were granted. Tsunekazu Ishihara, president and chief executive officer of The Pokemon Company and producer of Pokemon, introduces the new "Pokemon Art Academy" game during a news conference at the 2014 Electronic Entertainment Expo, known as E3, in Los Angeles, California June 11, 2014. REUTERS/Kevork Djansezian

After so many leaks, hints and hopes from fans, Game Freak and the Pokemon Company has finally confirmed the existence and inclusion of Hoopa in "Pokemon Omega Ruby and Alpha Sapphire." However, the first disclaimer that the developer stated is that Hoopa is a Mythical Pokemon, and one which cannot be encountered via regular gameplay.

In its own page via the official "Pokemon Omega Ruby and Alpha Sapphire," Hoopa's magical rings have also been touched on. It was revealed that the rings will have the power to bend dimensions as well as move objects from between different distances and locations.

That's the most that the developer is willing to divulge in terms of Hoopa's information though the accompanying trailer introduces it as the first psychic and ghost type Pokemon to be spotted. The trailer also shows off some gameplay battle scenes featuring Hoopa's rings.

Ironically, for those who follow the leaks involving Hoopa, the teaser does not involve the recently spotted leak and link between the new Pokemon and "Pokemon Omega Ruby and Alpha Sapphire." It was previously reported by Kotaku that hackers who already have Hoopa have been able to see what it can really do when combined with the Prison Bottle.

The event, which has been documented and talked about in various forums, tells how Pokemon trainers who already possess Hoopa should go to the Pokemon mart in "Pokemon Omega Ruby and Alpha Sapphire" to trigger an event where they could get the Prison Bottle item.

After this, they will see the true power of the Hoopa unbound, which transforms the mischievous-looking Psychic/Ghost type Pokemon into something far more menacing. Screenshots and gameplay clips of the Hoopa Unbound have shown that its rings have a more destructive power than what the recently release trailer shows.

Compared to what appears to be an attack that flicks the nose of the opponent Pokemon, the alleged Hyperspace Fury move brings relentless attack on all sides. The more menacing thing about it is how Hoopa laughs from above as he watches the onslaught.

The developer has yet to reveal how it plans to give Hoopa to fans. It would be interesting to disseminate it via an event so that other players, apart from hackers, can enjoy Hoopa's new power and form. In the meantime, fans can also wait for the upcoming movie coming to Japan in the summer of 2015. Titled "The Archdjinni of Rings: Hoopa," the movie will most likely feature Hoopa in the same way that "Pokemon the Movie: Diancie and the Cocoon of Destruction" featured fellow hacked Pokemon Diancie.

Serebii has confirmed Hoopa's role in the movie and states that it will be its first appearance. Perhaps its appearance in the movie will be connected to how players can attain Hoopa in "Pokemon Omega Ruby and Alpha Sapphire?"

Hoopa in "Pokemon Omega Ruby and Alpha Sapphire" (Credit: YouTube/Pokemon Channel)

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