Earlier today, Niantic Games released a press statement regarding their Pokemon Go event at Yokohama, Japan’s Stadium. Like Niantic’s event in Chicago, Illinois, thousands of trainers in attendance had the opportunity to catch Pokemon that were previously region locked while also having the opportunity to catch Mewtwo and add it to their Pokédexes. At the moment, there is no word wheth...[Read More]
Earlier yesterday, trainers around the world gathered in Chicago, Illinois to take part in Niantic’s first North American Pokémon Go Fest. Earlier this week, Niantic announced that trainers attending would have the opportunity to be the first to catch some of Pokémon’s legendary beasts as long as trainers could achieve certain milestones. Unfortunately, technical difficulties plagued a...[Read More]
Earlier this year, Niantic released the second generation of Pokemon to Pokemon Go. Since then, players around the world have been attempting to catch their favorite Johto Pokemon on top of the former Kanto Pokemon. In order to celebrate the one-year anniversary of the release of Pokemon Go In North America, Niantic is holding a celebratory event from July 6th until July 24th. During the event, tr...[Read More]
Today, in an interview with Brazilian Newspaper O Globo, Niantic’s VP of Strategic Development Matheiu de Fayet confirmed that the worldwide phenomenon Pokémon GO will finally be getting Legendary Pokémon and PvP in the coming months.
For quite some time, fans of Pokemon Go have speculated on how to catch the elusive Ditto. Many believed the critter to be attainable only in a specific region, like Kangaskhan and Farfetch’d are, with many thinking that Ditto was only available in Africa. By filtering out the multitude of Photoshop projects, it didn’t take long to determine Ditto simply wasn’t in the game. Even ...[Read More]
It’s been just under 2 months since the initial release of Pokémon GO, but could the augmented reality game already be declining in popularity? According to Axiom Capital Management that answer is yes.
Put your walking shoes back on fellow Trainers because Niantic has released a new update and it brings tracking back! Kind of, and only for some players. If you are one of the lucky ones and have updated to version 0.33.0 on Android (1.3.0 for iOS users) you will now see the Nearby list replace with the Sighting list.