Sabtu, 09 Juli 2016

Pokemon Go Bad News and Good News Review

Pokemon Go Bad News and Good News Review - It’s a game for nerds.

Okay, what the hell is Pokemon Go and why is everyone talking about it?
It is the latest version of Pokémon, a popular video game series in which players capture a variety of animals, train them and make them fight.
This sounds like dog fighting.

No, it's hey, that's a good point. With the exception of the games are fun. Pokémon anime is non-problematic dog fights.
What's so great about this new one?
Pokemon Go a new mobile game where catch you walking around in real-life Pokemon.
What do you mean by "walking around in real life"?
Well, it is an augmented reality game.

What in the hot hell is augmented reality?
Augmented reality is the alternative universe where live nerds. Pokemon Go Google Maps would be if you have a Pokemon added. So it takes us real-life and fictional world adds a layer to it using the GPS of your phone. In the game, you collect Pokemon and go to "PokéStops" to pick up items that will help you get more Pokemon Coins for Free

All this sounds mighty familiar.
That's because a few years ago, Nintendo and Google added together for an April Fools' stunt Pokémon Google Maps, and allowed users to catch the critters.
HAHAHA good joke Nerds BEERS AROUND.
The joke was apparently so good that Nintendo and Google (well, Niantic, the roommates is owned by Google parent company Alphabet) saw an opportunity to make an extremely addictive and very mediocre mobile game designed to give you guts to pay for in- app purchases. That, I think, is how all mobile games in 2016.
Why nerds are so into it?
people-
Nerds.

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-Have A deep, nostalgic love for Pokemon. It is popular internationally more than $ 40000000000 generated worldwide in the past two decades.

It looks as good as this trailer?
Lol, no. The game is much simpler and uglier way.
Is it fun anyway?
It's actually terrible. For one, the app is buggy as hell and crashes often. That will get better with time, but the fundamentals of the game are a bit boring. It's nice to see Pokémon in augmented reality. But the game is missing a lot of important social components, including the ability to trade Pokemon or battle your friends.

I'll fight right now.
Many of these features are likely to come in the future. But at this point, Go is like the original Pokémon games in a lot of ways, but glitchy and less charming.
So you've stopped playing?
Not really. I have no self-control. There is a catch something compulsive about the idea of all 151 Pokémon. That's probably why America's motto is "gotta catch 'em all."
Yesterday I almost got hit by a taxi on the way home, while trying to catch a Rattata.
What is a Rattata?
It's a rat Pokémon.
Sounds delicious. You Deceased almost trying to catch a rat.
Yes, my Pokemon collection is just a bunch of rats. I do not have much else caught because the game keeps crashing. But I have my rats.
Okay, Willard. Do people lure Pokémon found in strange places?
The game is that people kept strange locations: police stations, cemeteries, rivers with dead bodies in them, etc.

How come there has never been a Pokemon game for phones?
Frankly, it is because Nintendo is in very poor condition. In the past, they have made all franchises Ratings their game Mario, Zelda, Donkey Kong and Pokemon, etc.-exclusive to Nintendo consoles. But reviews Reviews their latest, the Wii, is so bad that the company has finally started selling publishing games to other platforms.
Does that mean I might be able to Ocarina of Time soon to play on my iPhone?
Apparently, Nintendo's share is up 10% after the launch of Pokemon Go. It is likely that Nintendo will continue to bring other franchises to the iPhone and Android.
So what do I do in the meantime?
Probably just addictive embrace mediocrity and download Pokemon Go.

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