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Pokémon GO, important UPDATE!

As usual, Pokèmon GO is talked about ONLY and EXCLUSIVELY when there are big updates, or launches. Or nothing because nobody plays with it anymore. Or maybe not? Actually at King's Cross ...
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Pokémon Sun and Moon Pokémon: demo available

As announced by Nintendo and The Pokémon Company not long ago, the special demo version of Pokémon Sun and Pokémon Luna (a single demo for both ... is available on Nintendo 3DS eShop)
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Pokémon GO Plus: Arriving next week

Nintendo Italia broadcasts a press release announcing the release of the special wrist accessory that responds to the name of Pokémon GO Plus, compatible with the now well-known app by Niantic, illustrating each feature. The arrival on the shelves ...

Nintendo and the fan-made repression

We find ourselves commenting on yet another unfortunate stockpiled by Nintendo against fan-made products that use (used) intellectual property without a license. The latest victim is the cute "No Mario's Sky", a combination of a Mario Galaxy in 2D and ...

Pokémon GO: Legendary Birds Catchable

INCORRECT CORRIGE: Refuted during the panel by the CEO of Niantic regarding the capture of the legendary, however, he provided many interesting news and greedy regarding exchanges, Pokèmon Center etc. CLICK HERE for ...
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Pokémon GO: The 0.29.2 version makes it compatible with Intel CPUs

Ok, we are becoming monothematic in these parts, but we could certainly not let such news go unnoticed. Many, including myself, have been in the grip of hellish heat and ...

Pokémon Go exchanges are likely to come

As the title of the Niantic CEO, John Hanke, announced that the feature regarding the exchange of Pokemon between coaches could arrive. Hanke adds that this new feature would be of great importance as, ...

Pokémon GO: Mindful of malware hidden in the APK

Those who usually visit Facebook will have guessed by now: the Pokémon GO fever has infected much more users than anyone could have imagined, also involving those who, of Pokémon and real video games, did not want ...

Global Gaming Market 2019-2023 | Rising Popularity of Free-To-Play Model to ...

LONDON - (BUSINESS WIRE) - # ConsumerDiscretionary - The global gaming market is expected to CAGR of over 10% during the period 2019-2023, according to the latest market research ...

CHILDWISE Trends & Predictions Report, 2018 - Trends in Media Use ...

DUBLIN - (BUSINESS WIRE) - The "CHILDWISE Trends and Predictions 2018" report has been added to ResearchAndMarkets.com's offering.This new report details trends in media use and purchasing behavior ...
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