Pokémon Go may no longer be the worldwide phenomenon it was when it launched for mobile last summer, but the app is still making plenty of money. Pokémon Go has now earned a total of $1.2 billion in revenues
Pokémon GO’s Valentine’s Event brings SIX HOUR lures and makes a few super rare Pokémon show up more
The Pokémon GO craze seems to have tapered off hard in much of the world… but Niantic knows it can use special Holiday events to bring (some) people back for now while it figures out what — if anything
Pokémon Go recently introduced second-generation characters to the mobile game through egg hatching, and now an in-game event starting Christmas morning will make acquiring those new Pokémon much easier.
People in India and other South Asian countries can now go berserk over catching Pokémon characters in their neighbourhoods. Pokémon Go mobile game is now available for download in India, Bangladesh, Nepal,
Gotta 3D design 'em all. Joshua Dunlop, a freelance concept artist based in London, has created incredibly lifelike images of three classic Pokémon. Called Pokemon Zoology, Dunlop's creatures appear to
Pokémon Go’s second big in-game event is timed for U.S. Thanksgiving, running between November 23 and November 30, during which time players can get double the standard XP and Stardust for in-game actions.
Remember when Pokemon GO got a new system for finding nearby Pokemon (to replace the one that’d broke almost immediately after launch) … but it worked pretty much exclusively in San Francisco? Well, good
Well, we couldn’t get through a week without another Pokémon GO related controversy, so here we are. Last week, the community was upset that Niantic essentially killed all third party tracking tools for