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Pokémon Go Makes It Easier For Players To Stay Put During The Pandemic

Pokémon Go encourages players to go out into the world and meet each other, but that’s not the best idea when the world is trying to slow the spread of coronavirus covid-19. Developer Niantic has implemented temporarily changes in the game to make catching Pokémon without going anywhere easier.Read more… Continue Reading at https://kotaku.com

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The Creators Of Pokémon Go Mapped The World. Now They’re Mapping You

Harry Potter: Wizards Unite, the latest game from the company behind Pokémon Go, lets players harness the magic of their childhood to combat monsters and collect shimmering digital artifacts across their local neighborhoods. Niantic’s apps certainly encourage gamers to get outdoors and get active, but behind the…Read more… Continue Reading at https://kotaku.com

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Pokémon Go’s Pokédex Expands Into The Unova Region

While other Pokémon games trim down their collection of pocketable monsters, Niantic’s mobile Pokémon safari continues to expand. Critters from Pokémon Black & White’s Unova region have started showing up in Pokémon Go. Come to me, Tepig. Come to me. Read more… Continue Reading at https://kotaku.com

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Pokémon Go’s Pokédex Expands Into The Unova Region

While other Pokémon games trim down their collection of pocketable monsters, Niantic’s mobile Pokémon safari continues to expand. Critters from Pokémon Black & White’s Unova region have started showing up in Pokémon Go. Come to me, Tepig. Come to me. Read more… Continue Reading at https://kotaku.com

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How to Fix Pokemon Go’s Latest Frame Rate Glitch on Some Android Phones

According to a slew of Reddit posts and Twitter threads, the most recent Pokemon Go update (version 0.151.0) has reportedly introduced a bug that affects phones with higher refresh rates. Depending on your preferences, this could cause a noticeable drop in quality for your Pokemon-hunting experience.Read more… Continue Reading at https://lifehacker.com

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Team Rocket Has Invaded Pokémon Go, But They Sure Are Hard To Track Down

Pokémon Go players booted up the mobile game today to find the world invaded by the franchise’s original baddies, Team Rocket. In addition to taking over Pokéstops and challenging trainers to fights, the dastardly villains have also disrupted the local ecology, changing the kinds of Pokémon that players are likely to…Read more… Continue Reading at […]

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I Braved A Heat Wave For A Desolate Harry Potter: Wizards Unite Event

Harry Potter: Wizards Unite had its first Community Day this past Saturday. There was a heat wave in my area, but I headed out to play the game anyway. Ever since Wizards Unite came out, I haven’t run into anybody else playing it, and I figured the Community Day would be the chance to finally […]

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Should We Care About Video Game Companies Collecting Our Data?

Video games often ask us to share our data with the developers. Sometimes, games and other apps bury this question in a long privacy policy that you have to agree to in order to even load it up. And sometimes, that data gets sold or repurposed for mysterious ends. Kirk and I admitted how anxious […]

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Pokémon GO Lawsuit Settlement Might Lead To Some Pokéstops And Gyms Being Removed

Pokémon GO creator Niantic is looking to end a lawsuit that was first started back in 2016, during the height of Pokémon GO’s popularity. The suit was filed by numerous homeowners who believed the company had caused players to trespass onto their property to catch Pokémon or activate Pokéstops.Read more… Continue Reading at https://kotaku.com

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