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- 07/26/16--00:20: _Pokémon Go arrives ...
- 08/01/16--15:51: _Sex predators use P...
- 08/01/16--23:15: _‘Pokémon Sun and Mo...
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- 11/09/16--16:17: _Niantic adds 100 Ge...
- 12/08/16--22:29: _Pokémon GO to add m...
- 03/13/17--01:36: _Pokemon Go still go...
- 07/23/17--04:13: _Legendary Pokémon n...
- 03/24/18--23:08: _‘Pokémon Go’ Easter...
- 06/29/18--03:35: _WATCH: Pikachu runs...
- 10/05/18--04:29: _‘Pokémon Go’ player...
- 07/26/16--00:20: Pokémon Go arrives in Hong Kong
- 08/01/16--15:51: Sex predators use Pokemon Go to lure prospective victims
- 08/01/16--23:15: ‘Pokémon Sun and Moon’ adds more variety to series
- 08/15/16--00:41: Pokémon Go cheaters face lifetime ban
- 11/09/16--16:17: Niantic adds 100 Gen II Pokémon in new update
- 12/08/16--22:29: Pokémon GO to add more features, Pokémon to lure back players
- 03/13/17--01:36: Pokemon Go still going strong despite drop in player base
- 07/23/17--04:13: Legendary Pokémon now available on Pokémon Go
- 03/24/18--23:08: ‘Pokémon Go’ Easter egg event activates
- 06/29/18--03:35: WATCH: Pikachu runs behind objects in augmented reality demo
- 10/05/18--04:29: ‘Pokémon Go’ players brave typhoon to catch more virtual critters
Much to the delight of Hong Kong dwellers, Pokémon Go has finally arrived at their shores. This also further flames the anticipation of nearby Asian countries for their turn to get a slice of the Pokémon Go pie.
It's the smartphone game electrifying the world but New York took steps Monday to ban sex offenders from using the app to potentially prey on child victims.
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While Niantic continue to work on Pokémon Go and how to get it to the rest of the world, the Pokémon Company rolls out some news for the upcoming Pokémon Sun and Moon.
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Game developer master and Pokémon Go creator Niantic is now admonishing users who spoof their current location and utilize several "cheat" methods to play the viral game.
Among the rumored additions are Gen 2 starters Chikorita, Cyndaquil and Totodile, while Gen 1 evolutions Scizor and Kingdra are set to be released as well.
Now that the hype has died down, Niantic hopes that adding more content to the game can entice players to come back.
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Though past its heyday, Pokémon Go has seen some renewed interest with the recent addition of 80 Pokémon and holiday-specific in-game events.
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Announced at the Pokémon Go Fest in Grant Park Chicago, Illinois, Legendary Pokémon Lugia are now out in the wild and ready for Pokémon Go trainers to catch, while Articuno will be available in Raid Battles. As a bonus for being at Pokémon Go Fest, each of the attendees was given a free legendary Lugia in his […]
Egg-hatching event Eggstravaganza is returning to "Pokémon Go" just in time for Easter: it has started last March 22 and will run until April 2, 2018.
“Pokémon Go” creator Niantic demonstrated new augmented reality (AR) technology that allows Pikachu and other Pokémon to go behind real-world objects. Current AR technology used in “Pokémon Go” simply overlaid 3D Pokémon characters on a view of the real world without any regard for the objects present. This means Pikachu could just randomly run over […]
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Some dedicated “Pokémon Go” players opt to brave typhoon rain despite receiving advisory from the game. Even though the initial hype has gone down, a dedicated player base continues to hunt for virtual creatures on “Pokémon Go.” Public events also help to maintain the game’s relevance beyond hardcore “Pokémon” fans. In Japan, the game’s popularity […]
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