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Pokémon Go celebrates Detective Pikachu's arrival with an event

Only a few days are left until the arrival of Detective Pikachu, a live-action film with Pokémon as protagonists. To celebrate this, Niantic has produced a specific event on Pokémon GO, as we can from the following ...
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The Pokémon GO spring event

The Pokémon GO Spring event is expected tomorrow for 19 March at 22: 00. You will see the increase in the spawn of grass-type Pokémon, new field missions, exchange of ...
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Pokémon GO, an important economic result reached in January

Although several years have passed since the launch of Pokémon GO in the mobile market, the Niantic title continues to amaze thanks to some interesting results. The video game for smartphones dedicated to Pokémon, according to what reported ...
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Warcraft: new Pokémon GO style title

Blizzard has decided to go in a stubborn and contrary direction. After the endless controversies concerning Diablo Immortal, it seems that the next step could be a Warcraft-style Pokémon GO! The BlizzCon 2018 has disappointed ...
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Nutto is the first eighth-generation Pokémon?

If you still play Pokémon Go and you took part in the Chikorita Community Day last Saturday, you've surely noticed a new, mysterious Pokémon. Never seen before, this creature in the shape of ...

Pokémon GO, Raid surprise for Ho-oh

After the event that recently brought Farfetch'd into the popular mobile game, Pokémon GO surprised its fans by releasing the legendary Pokémon Ho-oh. The raid to capture the last legendary bird will be available until 12 of ...

Pokémon GO, improve rewards for raids

The Pokémon GO raids are one of the best elements of the whole game: a way to meet other coaches and capture ultra-rare Pokémon or, if you are a solitary player, simply a way to ...

Pokémon GO, guide to capture Mewtwo

Niantic revealed the criteria for being invited to the exclusive raid to capture the legendary Pokémon Mewtwo in a post. Players can receive the invitation only if they have taken part in at least one Raid EX, ...

The 2020 Call of Duty will be developed again by Treyarch

In the past few hours Kotaku has reported interesting news regarding the 2020 Call of Duty, which apparently will be developed again by Treyarch. While...

Electronic Arts shows the most realistic hair ever thanks to ...

Electronic Arts presented an updated version of its Frostbite graphics engine with a video showing how hair is made.

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