When Pokémon Go was released on this day in 2016, it was an instant hit, inviting both nostalgia and a whole new wave of Pokémon fans. But what makes it both unique and a cool encapsulation of Pokémon's greatest strength as a franchise? Hit the jump to find out!
Another AR game is joining Pokémon GO developer Niantic's upcoming plans with the reveal that the company is working on a Transformers mobile game. Read on for more.
Niantic, the developer behind the wildly popular and successful Pokemon Go in partnership with The Pokemon Company have announced that this year's installment of Pokemon Go Fest will span two days in July. Read on for the dates.
When Pokémon GO launched, it encouraged a lot of people that normally wouldn't walk around quite as much to get out and stay active. Now developer Niantic is hoping for something similar with its latest AR project, this time based around the Pikmin series of games. Read on for more.
For a limited time, players of Niantic's Pokémon GO smart phone game can prepare for trouble (and make it double) by challenging two suspicious representatives from Team Rocket: Jesse and James. Hit the jump to learn more.
Like many 2020 events, this year's Pokémon Go Fest 2020 will be held online. The festivities begin on July 25, and Niantic is getting everyone pumped with a little help from Knives Out and Star Wars: The Last Jedi director Rian Johnson. Read on for more.
Chen San Yuan, the retired Taiwanese Pokémon GO Grandpa, is a legend around the world for his Pokémon mastery! Now it has caught on that Mr. Chen has evolved his GO bike to hold 64 phones – with room for more! Check out the ludicrous set up on his bike after the jump!
Remember the Taiwanese pensioner playing Pokémon GO from multiple phones? The count is now up to 67! Check out his new rig, and find out more about his game plan, after the jump.