If all it takes is just a little celebration event to push you screaming back into the world of constantly charging your battery and taking detours to catch a Totodile, then have I got some good news for you
Pokemon Go players can earn some extra goodies starting on the Autumn Equinox this Friday, September 22. Players of Pokemon Go have the opportunity to earn double Stardust for catching Pokemon and hatching Eggs by just walking around. Starting at 1pm PT, 4pm ET, 9pm BST on September 22, players will also earn 2 km […]
Loyal TouchArcade readers, I have a confession to make - I deleted Pokemon GO [Free] from my iPhone a few days ago to make room for the likes of Thimbleweed Park [$9.99] and Iron Marines [$4.99]. As the self-appointed resident Pokemon fanboy, I'm sorry for letting you all down. That being said, it looks like
After the madness of Pokémon Go's summer Legendary raiding, the app is bringing back its smaller scale monthly events. First up is Equinox, to celebrate the arrival of autumn. It will run from 9pm UK time on Friday 22nd September until 9pm UK time on Monday 2nd October. Show More Summary
It's funny to think that of everything the 3DS has going on as of late (Fire Emblem Echoes, Ever Oasis, Samus Returns, and next month's Mario & Luigi), it's the impending Pokémon Gold and Silver eShop releases that are most likely to have me digging out the handheld and playing until my hands cramp. This launch trailer hits me hard. Show More Summary
How do you follow up a small hit like Pokémon Go? Niantic is dropping some hints on how its next game could be even more fun to play.
There’s a new Pokemon Go update out now for Android, and iOS. The new Pokemon Go patch brings the Android version to 0.75.0, and the iOS version to 1.45.0. Apart from a few general bug fixes, the update makes it possible to see the items received from spinning Gym PokeStops and completing Raid Battles. They […]
Even though augmented reality isn't really that big of a part of Pokemon GO [Free] (most players turn off the feature anyway), the game has become synonymous with the technology. Now that Apple is really leaning into AR with iOS 11 and ARKit, I've been curious to see whether Pokemon GO's developer, Niantic, will once
Niantic is keen to prove that it's no one-trick pony. The company that brought augmented reality mobile gaming to the masses with Pokémon Go is dropping some interesting tidbits about its followup. The title will integrate audio prompts into its AR gameplay experience, the company's CTO Phil Keslin told TechCrunch. Show More Summary
Niantic, makers of the hugely popular mobile game Pokémon Go, is developing a new AR title that will incorporate audio cues into the gaming experience, according to company CTO Phil Keslin. The executive had just exited the stage atShow More Summary
Trainers, Pokémon GO is being updated to version 0.75.0 for Android and 1.45.0 for iOS. Release notes here: https://t.co/Lss8Zd4Rxl — Pokémon GO (@PokemonGoApp) September 18, 2017 Trainers, it’s time for a style change! Join us in raising awareness around Global Goals by wearing the new free #GlobalGoals shirt. Show More Summary
It may seem strange to start talking about a potential Pokémon GO Halloween event in the middle of September, but that does seem like the first time we’re likely to see the game return to its style of “holiday” based events, something the game has now abandoned almost entirely for months now.
- first of the Pokémon GO Safari Zone events has begun today in Paris, Barcelona and Oberhausen - Kangaskhan and Chansey will appear in greater numbers - there's an increased chance of shiny Pikachu and Magikarp spawns - Unown is spawning...Show More Summary
- event gives visitors an opportunity to take a photo with their favorite Pokemon in Pokemon GO - this is done through “projection mapping” - a CG projection of the Pokemon appears at the correct spot beside the participant anywhere inside the booth - this is made possible as the participant’s position is tracked through mapping technology
Another week, another Pokémon GO event that is almost certainly not happening where you live. Why has the game abandoned its old global events every month?
The runaway success of "Pokemon Go" last year taught the world at least two things. One: Lots of people love Pokemon. And two: Creating good augmented reality - the kind that superimposes 3-D objects into the real world and convinces people they're actually chasing a Pikachu - is really, really hard.
Looks like Milan Games Week 2017 is going to have some Pokemon action. Game Freak's Shigeru Ohmori and Kazumasa Iwao will be present. We don't know exactly what they'll be talking about, but one would imagine they'll have some updates on Pokemon Ultra Sun/Ultra Moon.
Build-A-Bear Workshop, that store the middle classes go to for gifts when their rich relatives have a baby, is currently cross-promoting with Pokemon, allowing you to get your very own Meowth to snuggle up with on those cold nights.The...Show More Summary
Pokémon Go is very popular among players, gathering millions of users who regularly engage in all the events or the activities released by Niantic Labs. They love the game, they love sharing their achievements and tips or tricks in the game community or on social media. Show More Summary
This week Pokémon Go has received a new update which wasn’t officially announced. Niantic has released this update before the major events that are bound to appear and they’ve also added patch notes with the tweaks they’ve done. Here...Show More Summary