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‘Pokemon Go’ nature documentary spoof might convince you to start playing again

Pokemon Go may never again reach the heights of the summer of 2016, when everyone on the planet seemed to be roaming the streets in search of pocket monsters. Pokemon Go became a phenomenon overnight, but within months, it was merely another distraction (albeit a popular one). But over the past few months, Niantic has reclaimed some of the lost users with gym updates, raid battles and a whole new generation of Pokemon.
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