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July, 2017

  • 28 July

    Pokemon GO Coin Reward Bug Fixed

    Despite all of the improvements made, the most recent Pokemon GO update suffered from a number of problems, one of which resulted in coin rewards not being given. Niantic has stated that this bug has finally been fixed, so fans that defend their Pokemon Gyms can get more coins again. Fans are still angry at the coins they didn’t get …

  • 28 July

    Pokemon GO Cheat: Unlimited Coin Exploit Remains Unfixed

    There is a new exploit in Pokemon GO that allows players to get unlimited coins from gym defenders, which involves changing one’s time zones. It’s an old exploit that was used for different purposes before, but now gym defenders can exploit this to get as much coins as they need. This isn’t exactly a legal tactic and fans have reported …

  • 28 July

    Pokemon GO Legendaries Could Unlock This Week


    Big things could be readying up for Pokemon GO this weekend as the first live event for the augmented reality title is set to go down in Chicago. Out of the many possible surprises during the event, many are expecting a few more Pokemon to come to the game. More specifically, Pokemon GO Legendaries could be coming to the game …

  • 28 July

    Pokemon GO Legendaries Release: Everything We Know So Far

    After the year-long wait, Niantic has finally given us a release date of legendary Pokemon in Pokemon GO. Fans are very excited to see the legendary Pokemon that will arrive in the game this coming Saturday. Here’s everything we know so far about the release of Pokemon GO legendaries. Release Date The Pokemon GO legendaries release date is set on …

  • 7 July

    Pokemon GO Year Two: What Could Be Next

    Niantic’s Pokemon based augmented reality game just turned one and it’s been a year of Pokemon catching and battling. We’ve seen what Niantic is capable of when it comes to the game in the past year but there’s obviously more to come for this surprisingly popular mobile game. What could be next for Pokemon GO Year Two? PVP And Trading …

  • 5 July

    Pokemon GO Event: Shiny Pikachu Release Unlikely, Here’s What Could The Next Update Be

    Niantic doesn’t seem to be holding back on Pokemon GO events lately. It just wrapped up its Solstice event and introduced new challenge system in the game through Battle Raids. While the next confirmed one is the in-person Pokemon GO Fest, there seems to be another one in the pipeline and if the rumors are anything to go by, it could be …

  • 4 July

    Pokemon GO Gym Bug Traps Monsters


    The major Pokemon GO update that revamped Gyms introduced worthwhile additions to the game and players are once again busy with the augmented reality title. It looks like Niantic might’ve released the major update without a little polishing first as there’s one Pokemon GO gym bug that is causing all sorts of problems to players. The Pokemon GO community is …

June, 2017

  • 27 June

    Raid Battles in Pokémon Go: How to defeat the strongest Pokémon

    Pokémon Go’s getting more social with the addition of Raid Battles. The new feature is the biggest change to the game since it launched, and while they’re still not the classic multiplayer experience of the handheld games, Raid Battles are easy for the seasoned Pokémon Go trainer to jump into. In case you’re intimidated by those big eggs — and …

  • 23 June

    Pokemon GO Update: Coin Tweaks And Other Undocumented Changes Found In Gym Rework


    After the short wait, it looks like Niantic has finally opened up Gyms in Pokemon GO again and that means players are going to experience a ton of new tweaks and changes in the game. Aside from what Naintic announced before, players are observing a ton of other tweaks and changes in the recent Pokemon GO update. Redditor ZaOniRinku shares …

  • 23 June

    Workaround for Pokémon Go anti-cheat update disappears as quickly as it’s discovered

    After briefly finding a way to get around Pokémon Go’s latest punishment for hackers, some players are stuck with collections of “slashed” Pokémon. Pokémon obtained with unofficial programs are now designated with glaring red marks, something that is proving hard to remove. Niantic announced that it had implemented a new anti-cheating measure yesterday. Without getting into specifics, the developer said …

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