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

Game Freak's latest Pokemon title, "Pokemon Omega Ruby and Alpha Sapphire" isn't stopping or even slowing down in terms of dominating sales. While it greeted the start of December as one of the U.K.'s biggest selling title at launch, it has moved on to do the same in Australia and New Zealand.

Boasting more than 120,000 units sold for its first week alone, "Pokemon Omega Ruby and Alpha Sapphire" has already overtaken its predecessor, "Pokemon X and Y," which had 100,000 units in the same time span, reports Nintendo Life. Fans seem to be looking forward to the anticipated Hoenn remake, particularly with all of the additional features and Pokemons.

This isn't a surprise-just earlier, there have been sightings of the new Ghost Girl in one of the Elite Four's lairs. And then there's the countless other additional Pokemons and Legendaries that have been found, the latest of which has been spotted by hackers yet again.

iDigital Times reports that Volcanion, the third of the three hacked Pokemons hailing back to "Pokemon X and Y' may have been spotted for an event for "Pokemon Omega Ruby and Alpha Sapphire." According to the report, a video walkthrough care off YouTuber pdwinnall has featured a normal and shiny Volcanion with the "Pokemon Omega Ruby and Alpha Sapphire" engine.

The interesting feature here is that the alleged event, while unlike what was witnessed with Hoopa Unbound for "Pokemon Omega Ruby and Alpha Sapphire," may connect the current Pokemon title with whatever will come next. This follows how the three hacked Pokemons were discovered and revealed one by one per game. Check out the video below for more.

Still, for those who are not capable of mimicking what hackers can do in obtaining rare Pokemons, there's a way to add to your collection of Legendaries. Gamezone reports that there are two Legendaries that you can easily add to your collection just by using the Surf and the Eon Flute.

The two Legendary Pokemons are Heatran and Cresselia, and apart from the aforementioned necessities, you also need to make sure that you are stocked up on HP restoring items and Poke Balls. Heatran can be caught before you even get to the eight gym leader. You need to either Soar or Surf to Fortree City and go to Route 120. When you reach your destination, you just Surf on a pond under the bridge and go to a cave.

Here, you will find Flannery, who is also looking for Heatran. Navigate your way deeper into the cave until you get to a room with a portal. There, you'll be able to encounter Heatran at level 50.

Cresselia may be a bit easier to find in that it is in one of the daily mirage spots on Crescent Isle, which is in south of Ever Grande City. Like with Heatran, interacting with the ring will let you encounter and face Cresselia, also at level 50.

Volcanion spotted in "Pokemon ORAS" (Credit: YouTube/pdwinnall)

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