Pokémon Go is the popular location-based game that has been taking the United States by storm. Passionate fans get to interact with “real world” surroundings and catch Pokémon all around them.
These are some anti-PC Pokemon.
This is a thing. But can it not be?
Whether you’re a wide-eyed kid discovering Pokemon for the first time or a full-grown adult who’s been tricked into exercising just to snag that damn Eevee around the corner we’re all secretly overjoyed to finally have the chance to be real Pokemon trainers.
Today, I learned that Pokemon Go has also lead to a chain of robberies targeting Pokemon Go players as these robbers target Pokemon stations in which players can go to to catch Pokemon, and are often times secluded buildings or locations. Once players go to the location, they become easy targets.
Maybe it’s not about catching them all. Maybe it’s about catching the one.
The latest craze for all ages is the new “Pokémon Go” game, which allows longtime Pokémon fanatics to finally enjoy their world in real life!
Be careful out there PokeMasters.
I still play Pokémon. Go ahead, have your laughs, make fun of me because I’m 25, soon to be 26, and still can rattle off all 151 of the original Pokémon.
Date someone who agrees to go to the beach with you, even if it’s a two-hour drive and the only reason you’re going is to see if you can catch any water types.