It makes sense that some monsters aren’t immediately available in Pokémon Go: the roster has “legendaries,” and the best way to feel like they are special is to make them rare. But why has nobody found a Ditto yet?
Anywhere you go, you’re likely to see teams led by Vaporeons, gyms defended by Vaporeons, or people talking about Vaporeon.
We don’t actually know much about Pokémon Go’s team captains, but it doesn’t matter. Players have run with the newly revealed team leader artwork, and are now creating all sorts of personality quirks, backstories, and hilarious jokes.
Gyms are supposed to be arenas where the best trainers in the world achieve glory with the help of the most powerful Pokémon. Somehow, gyms everywhere have turned into a non-stop Magikarp train instead.
All Pokémon are not created equal: some are definitely better than others. If you’re serious about creating a formidable team, or if you want the satisfaction of having some of the best monsters available in Pokémon Go, you’ve come to the right place.
Connectivity issues are par for the course right after a popular game launches. Usually, things stabilize after a couple of days, if not sooner. Pokémon Go has somehow managed to get worse as time goes on.
Being the very best (like no one ever was) is surprisingly difficult in Pokémon Go. You can’t just grind your way to a strong Pokémon anymore: you’ve got to get out there and explore. We’ve got some pointers to help you make the best out of your journey.
The entire point of Pokémon Go is to get out there and find monsters, but a new glitch has made that prospect difficult for many players.
We already know that one of the most secretive places on earth probably hides aliens or whatever. Boring. The real question is, what Pokémon can you find at Area 51?
Training a Magikarp has always been a tricky proposition in Pokémon games: with no moves, the giant fish is practically useless in battle. That tradition doesn’t just continue in Pokémon Go, it is taken to the next level.
Live in a place with crappy Pokémon Go landmarks? Don’t have enough Pokestops near you? Have a good idea for something that would make for a great meeting ground for Pokémon Go players? Good news. You can now lobby Niantic with Pokémon Go requests.
Ask ten different people how to track down monsters in Pokémon Go, and you’ll likely get ten different answers. That’s because finding Pokémon is rather convoluted and confusing in Pokémon Go.
For the last week, Pokémon Go players have been taking part in a secret battle to gain control of the most visible and coveted gym in the entire country: the White House.
Those of you playing Pokémon Go are probably sick to death of seeing the same crappy monsters no matter where you go. Pokémon Go doesn’t tell you this, but even those shitty critters can still be mega useful.
Welp. Everyone knew this would happen, right? Pokémon Go makes use of your camera, and you can take a picture of whatever you’d like while playing, after all. (NSFW content ahead!)
Playing Pokémon Go this week has proven to be pretty difficult thanks to a wide array of issues plaguing the augmented reality game.
Pokémon Go is a game that dares you to go outside and explore the world, and yet some of the most popular screenshots of the app in use is people literally pooping while capturing Pokémon.
PC gaming isn’t the only thing that has some rules that all developers should abide by. Mobile gaming has plenty of gripes with people as well, and so I believe it is time some commandments shall be written.
Pointed out by Redditor Pontus_Pilates, the three top moneymakers on the Android and iTunes gaming charts are going to keep screaming until they get all of the money.
Ever year, Apple updates the operating system for iPhones and iPads. Every year, it breaks compatibility with a bunch of games. Every year, a few companies let their games die. It’s far worse with iOS 9, however, with Apple straight up removing your ability to download some of those games ever again.