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'Pokémon GO' celebrates Easter with egg-cellent bonuses


Easter is just around the corner and Pokémon GO is celebrating with a limited-time Eggstravaganza. No, you don’t get any free eggs, but between April 13 to April 20 there will be double XP as well as some generous egg-related bonuses.  Throughout the week, your 2 km eggs will have a chance to hatch more than just the low-tier Pokémon …

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New shiny Pokémon have started appearing in 'Pokémon Go'


You know what’s better than having a badass Gyarados? Having a badass red Gyarados. SEE ALSO: 7 things ‘Pokémon Go’ badly needs in 2017 Code for “shiny” Pokémon has been gradually appearing in Pokémon Go for awhile now, but the latest update — and the resulting data mine — made it seem closer than ever. Well, it turns out it …

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For the next week, 'Pokémon Go' makes it easier to find Water-type critters


It’s time for a Pokémon Go pool party. The latest in-game event for The Pokémon Company’s hit mobile game connects to the Water Festival. If you’re on the hunt for more Water-type Pokémon, you’ll want to fire up the game starting on March 22 at 4 p.m. ET. SEE ALSO: A look at the mundane jobs that would suck in …

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'Pokémon Go' developers feel you: Gyms need to be improved


Collecting and evolving Pokémon in Pokémon Go is a lot of fun, but the competitive side of the popular mobile app is lacking. Developer Niantic recognizes that. Pokémon Go‘s gym feature needs to be improved, Niantic admitted in an interview with multiple outlets during the 2017 Game Developers Conference, Polygon reported Thursday.  SEE ALSO: Local Cincinnati cemetery wants ‘Pokémon Go’ …

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Local Cincinnati cemetery wants 'Pokémon Go' players out


Pokémon Go players have found themselves wandering all over the world in search of resources, new Pokémon and battles with or against friends. But not everyone is happy to see the uptick in wandering players with their noses buried into their phones. SEE ALSO: ‘Pokémon Go’ craze leads to new permit requirements for ARGs According to local news channel WKRC, …

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Professor Willow from 'Pokémon Go' needs to be immediately sacked


LONDON — As someone who’s been life-alteringly addicted to Pokémon Go for over seven months now, I feel I’m as qualified as anyone to make the following statement: Professor Willow, as helpful as he may occasionally seem, needs to lose his job. The guy is literally the worst professor in the world.  SEE ALSO: Charmander and friends come to life …

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80 new Pokémon are coming to 'Pokémon Go'


The big day has finally arrived, trainers. Over the past few months, rumours and speculation about the arrival of Generation Two in Pokémon Go have reached absolute fever pitch. SEE ALSO: 7 things ‘Pokémon Go’ badly needs in 2017 It started last December when the baby Pokémon were added to the game, and since then the excitement (and frustration) has …

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How to Go at Pokemon Go – The New App That’s Sweeping the Nation

Pokemon Go is the new app that is sweeping the nation. It’s a gaming app that sticks to the original concept of Pokemon of catching them all, and defeating gym leaders. But, this app has people jumping out of their seats with excitement, literally. Pokemon Go uses Google Maps to place Pokemon around the world. Players use a tracking system …

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'Pokémon Go' has a bunch of goodies lined up for Valentine's Day


Love is in the air for Pokémon Go fans. Valentine’s Day is less than a week away, and Niantic will celebrate the Hallmark holiday with a new in-game event. You might remember similar events around Halloween, Thanksgiving and Christmas. SEE ALSO: Someone built a 60-hour ‘Pokémon’ game into ‘Minecraft’ and it’s beautiful The Valentine’s Day event kicks off at 11 …

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'Pokémon Go' craze leads to new permit requirements for ARGs


The explosive popularity of Pokémon Go got people off their asses in huge numbers, but the increased foot traffic — and mess — that came with them has opened the door to a legal kerfuffle in Milwaukee, Wis. The Milwaukee County Board of Supervisors approved an ordinance on Feb. 2 that places permit requirements on alternate reality games in public …

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