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Niantic wants to use Pokemon Go to help small shops

Throughout last spring, the lockdown put a strain on many businesses. A forced closure of months can be disastrous for those who have a small business like a bar or a ...
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Pokémon HOME - Compatibility with Pokémon GO is coming

The latest direct dedicated to Pokémon Sword and Shield has brought some good news for Pokémon GO users. In fact, Niantic's application will soon be compatible with the Pokémon HOME digital storage service, allowing the transfer ...

Pokémon GO, Jessie and James of Team Rocket have arrived

Pokémon GO was invaded by the two historic members of Team Rocket. Here's how to find the loved / hated Jessie and James in the mobile title. The two tragicomic characters are now featured in Niantic's mobile title ...
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Pokemon Go: Raid from home starts

Niantic has decided to meet the needs of the lockdown caused by the Coronavirus. From today, April 28, in fact, it is possible to perform Raid on Pokemon Go from home, thanks to the remote Raid function. THE...
Pokémon GO: The legendary debut was a disaster

Pokémon GO, a man leaves home despite the coronavirus directives and is ...

A thirty-one-year-old man from Como had left the house to play Pokémon GO, but was stopped by the police and fined.

Pokémon GO updates to encourage players to stay indoors

Niantic momentarily updates Pokémon GO to encourage players not to leave the house to protect themselves from the Coronavirus. What are the news? The development company has decided to change the basic philosophy of ...
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Pokémon GO, Etika's memorial becomes a Pokéstop

The sudden and sad death of Desmond "Etika" Amofah, a YouTube star adored and followed by hundreds of thousands of people, was an event that marked the history of the platform. Last...
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Pokémon Day 2020, survey and announcement of a new Gigamax form

Preparations for Pokémon Day 2020 begin. We will be able to celebrate it with a new Gigamax form available in Pokémon Sword and Shield, new content for Pokémon GO and taking part in the survey to crown the best ...

Pokémon GO: Chromatic Gyarados and Magmar spotted in the wild

Pokémon GO is not yet finished with the celebrations for the Lunar New Year, in fact it is now possible to find specimens of chromatic Gyarados and Magmar in the wild. The ongoing event, in addition to the news already leaked ...

Pokémon GO, the event dedicated to the Lunar New Year begins

Pokémon GO will soon celebrate the Lunar New Year, and will do so by turning red. Are you ready to welcome the year of the mouse? Niantic, the well-known developer behind Pokémon GO, has released ...
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Pokémon GO never so good: in 2019 revenues close to 900 million dollars

Pokémon GO's revenues in 2019 have been the highest ever since the game hit iOS and Android devices.
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Pokémon GO has grossed over $ 3 billion since its debut

Now over 3 years ago the first unknown to most Niantic has made the dream of millions of Pokémon Trainers around the world and released its Pokémon GO, a title that has ...

One Piece invades Pokémon GO, a dedicated event coming

Niantic has announced that, only in Japanese territory, there will soon be an event in Pokémon GO dedicated to the famous manga and anime One Piece.
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Dragon Quest Walk, here's the first trailer

Square Enix has decided to launch into the market for augmented reality games on the Pokémon Go and Harry Potter: United Wizards, announcing, for now only in Japan, Dragon Quest Walk and has released ...

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 ...

Mortal Kombat 11, gameplay video for John Rambo

Mortal Kombat 11 continues to expand its roster, with the recent Kombat Pack 2. In this DLC, in the fighting game created by Ed Boon you ...

Free is Beautiful - Layers of Fear 2 and Costume Quest ...

As usual, Thursday is the day when the Epic Games Store enriches the player library with a couple of titles on offer ...

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