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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 apotheosis of dubious quality games on the Play Store

The world of Google Play, Android's digital store, is a veritable mine of clone titles. At the moment, without a shadow of a doubt, the most famous game in circulation is PLAYERUNKNOW'S BATTLEGROUND, ...

Niantic at work on Harry Potter GO

The title will not be this, but the house famous for Pokèmon Go and Ingress (mind you, I'm for the Ingress team!), Seems to be at work on a title dedicated to the world of Harry ...

Pokémon GO, Horror and 3rd Generation Halloween

We are in late October and the end of the month, like every year, will plunge us into the scariest party of the year; also Niantic takes the opportunity to rekindle the coach's flame in each of us by organizing a ...
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Pokémon GO: exploited by Russian groups to create disorder in the US

The alarm is launched by CNN, describing an "improper" use of Pokémon GO of which a group of Russian nationality has allegedly made use. Let's go into detail. A collective called "Don't Shoot Us", which ...

Pokémon Go dresses for Halloween

One of the strengths of Pokémon Go is certainly to have a great team behind it that continues to organize events on events (only in World of Warcraft did I happen to ...
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GO Pokémon will soon allow exchanges and fights between coaches

More than a year has passed since the landing on the iOS App Store and on the Android Play Store of Pokémon GO, the first augmented reality game dedicated to the creatures of Game Freak and ...
Pokémon GO: Third Generation Pokémon spotted

Pokémon GO: Third Generation Pokémon spotted

It seems that Niantic is preparing to update its Pokémon GO with the third generation of pocket creatures: the news comes from the data-mining of some fans, who have thoroughly analyzed the last ...

Rare - the logo is nothing but a gold roll

Despite being purchased in the far 2002 by Microsoft, Rare remains one of the most important and loved developers in the Nintendo scene to date ...

Bernie Sanders has opened a channel on Twitch

Ah, but it's not Lercio. Once again, reality succeeds in overcoming all kinds of expectations. Bernie Sanders, US Senator and ...

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