Pokemon GO became one of 2016’s biggest trends, seeing gamers get up off their arse and head out for walks around their local parks, towns, cities and across the globe in some cases, catching digital Pokemon. It was fascinating to see, and while the game suffered in numerous ways with server issues, third-party app support and questionable updates, the augmented reality app continues to grow. Continue reading Pokemon GO gets massive update this week
There are many of us who enjoy an annual Christmas tradition. Some spend it devouring Cadbury selection boxes, some enjoy long walks with the family, while some even go swimming in the sea in the freezing cold. A new tradition may be born this year, involving Pokémon hunting, thanks to Pokémon Go. Continue reading Pokémon Go Christmas Event
Pokémon GO is one of the highlights of 2016, whether you were on board with the craze or not. Despite its prolonged issues with connectivity, third-party support apps and location-based problems, it kept itself in the news for quite some time, but it’s time for more. Continue reading New critters coming to Pokémon GO
Pokemon Go has been around for a little over a month now and in the time since its release developer Niantic have released several updates which have changed pretty much nothing. In fact, the whole idea seems to be wearing off pretty quickly. However, data miners have uncovered what could be an upcoming feature, a buddy system.
Since the most recent Pokémon GO update, fans have been rather angered by the fact that Pokémon trackers no longer work in helping you find local Pokémon. The update seemed to deliberately block them out, and it turns out over 50 million people were taking advantage of the service. Considering the in-game tracker itself stopped working, people wanted a reliable alternative. Now it’s no longer available. Continue reading Pokévision creator appeals for Niantic to amend Pokémon GO update
Since the rollout began for Pokémon GO, the internet has been bombarded with Pokéballs filled with news, rumours, screenshots, tales of good and bad, and business related updates. It has been phenomenal. Is it a fad? Is it a change in the mobile gaming scene? Is it absolute nonsense? Either way, there’s a tonne of Pokémon GO hate, and I have reached boiling point. Continue reading There’s way too much Pokémon GO hate
Pokémon GO has rolled out to even more countries across the world, and managed to knock its own servers offline for a few hours during Saturday thanks to the high demand. And rightly so, as it’s a superb game that’s trending like nothing else in the mobile market. But how do you start your adventures with Pikachu as your starter? Here’s how! Continue reading How to get Pikachu as your starter in Pokémon GO!
Pokémon GO continues to sweep across the globe, and while not fully available to all regions yet, those who have access to it are falling in love with it, and some businesses are aiming to capitalize on its success. T-Mobile are one such company, who have great offers lined up for their network users in the United States. Continue reading T-Mobile get into the Pokémon GO spirit with cool offers
It looks like sponsored locations could be next on the list of additions for Pokémon GO, the game that’s sweeping the globe since its rollout last week. Some users have dug through the files of the mobile game, and found code that suggests popular locations may become gyms in themselves. Continue reading A Big Mac and McSquirtle please! Pokémon Go sponsorships?
Pokémon GO released last week, starting in Australia and New Zealand, followed by the United States. While it was possible to download the game elsewhere in the world unofficially, the app that’s taking the world by storm finally landed in Germany yesterday, and now it’s in the UK. Continue reading Pokémon GO’s European invasion officially begins