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'Pokemon Alpha Sapphire and Omega Ruby' E3 2014 plans potentially leaked

'Pokemon X' and 'Pokemon Y'
'Pokemon X' and 'Pokemon Y'
Photo courtesy of Nintendo, used with permission

The E3 2014 plans may have been leaked for the upcoming 3DS video games, "Pokemon Alpha Sapphire" and "Pokemon Omega Ruby." According to a report from International Business Times on June 5, several documents featuring Nintendo's showing at next week's online were posted online. The company is expected to provide more details for the remakes of "Pokemon Ruby" and "Pokemon Sapphire."

One of the pages mentioned that a press release for "Pokemon Alpha Sapphire" and "Pokemon Omega Ruby" will be made available. The documents usually provide a few general details on upcoming games. Aside from a teaser trailer and general release date, Nintendo has remained silent on what the two newest installments of the series will be about.

The other page also mentioned that Bill Trinen is going to talk more about both titles during a digital event. Nintendo has been holding several "Direct" episodes to provide more details on upcoming games for Nintendo platforms. Furthermore, the company decided to opt against a major conference once again at E3 2014 in favor of several smaller and more focused events.

The publisher previously teased that a 90-minute developer conference will be held for a mysterious project on the 3DS handheld system. The meeting could end up being about "Pokemon Alpha Sapphire" and "Pokemon Omega Ruby." Nintendo did the same type of showcase at E3 2013 with "Pokemon X" and "Pokemon Y" before both games came out several months later.

The two remakes were previously announced to come out during the month of Nov. in the European, Japanese and North American regions. "Pokemon X" and "Pokemon Y" came out a month earlier last year on Oct. 12. Despite the close proximity of launches, Nintendo is still planning to promote last year's iterations with official competitions and distribution events. You can find an image of the previously-released "Pokemon X" and "Pokemon Y" near the top of this article (courtesy of the official Facebook site of the franchise).