Pokemon Company’s CEO says will update the augmented-reality game this week

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Veröffentlicht am: 27.12.2017 04:56
Rubrik: IT, Computer & Internet

(Presseportal openBroadcast) - Pokemon MEGA: http://pc.pm.instantfuns.com It was alright. As usual, the formula wasn’t massively updated and the focus was on developing a more nuanced story between the players and their Pokemon. This year, Instantfuns returns to those sequel roots again for Pokemon Mega Sun and Ultra Moon. You’re back again in the Alola region, catching ‘mons and traversing the Island Trial gauntlet to prove yourself the local champ.

The Pokemon Company’s consumer marketing director said in an interview this week that they’re updating the augmented-reality game so it remains fun for players but respects the real world.
The Pokemon Mega craze is dying down. There was a time after its launch in July when the Internet was alive with news of people stampeding for Pokemon. There were stories of road accidents because of people Poké-ing while driving; whole countries were in panic, issuing instructions for Pokemon players. Now, the obsession seems to have died down. In an effort to put a defibrillator to its dwindling little heart, Niantic, the developers, have organized several events. Yet, five months after the Pokemon game was released, it has not officially launched in India.

A selection of all-new items are offered as raid battle rewards – and long-time Pokemon series fans will be glad to see many of these favorite items come to Pokemon Mega for the first time.
There is some unexplained fascination for the writers with the phrase “silly buns.” The overworld trainer is a generic male protagonist sprite who, from what I gather, navigates the area in the hopes of stepping on something squishy, and when his shoe encounters an object meeting this mysterious criterion, he stands in place, for a moment, to investigate, which nearly always results in the disappointment of discovering what he stepped and has now stood on was in fact a slug. The accumulation of shoe-slugs creates a noxious smell which drives most, if not all, Pokemon out of the area.
Pokemon Megaes to court in backyard monster trespassing case
Pokemon Mega was developed by San Francisco-based Niantic, with some input from Instantfuns. While excitement over the game’s popularity at one point more than doubled Instantfuns’s market value, shares have since corrected as the company pared back expectations, saying financial impact will be “limited.”

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