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'Pokémon Go' finally fulfilled one of its biggest promises

"Pokémon Go" finally added Mewtwo, a long-anticipated legendary monster, earlier this week. Mewtwo was released at Pikachu Outbreak, an annual festival in Yokohama, Japan, where two million players caught 120 million monsters. Unlike its previous big event, the disastrous Pokemon Go Fest in Chicago, the Pikachu Outbreak event was a huge success, foreshadowing big things for "Pokémon Go" in the United States and elsewhere.
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