You've played Pokemon Go, amirite?

As a person who grew up watching it and playing it on Gameboy, I had to give it a shot. I suppose you can consider me to be a passive player. I don't do all the mindless walking into traffic but it's pretty entertaining. My only complaint is that you don't battle the pokemon that you catch when that's always been how you get them in the show and in other games. It also seems like a better way to increase your experience rather than have to give them candies and such.

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They mad cause their phone prob can't download the app

StickCavemans avatar StickCaveman Yeah You Are +1Reply

No,but it sounds entertaining...

Sukiesnows avatar Sukiesnow Yeah You Are +3Reply

I heard about Pokemon Go, but I haven't give it much thought.

I also grew up playing it on Gameboy. I loved it.

Sofias avatar Sofia No Way +3Reply

I haven't tried it, I have been trying to find ways to spend less time online.

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I wasn't impressed.

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Never played Doom. Was listening to Joe Rogan's podcast though and he was talking about Pokemon Go and Doom. He brought up a good point that Pokemon Go is just the beginning of this type of gaming.

StickCavemans avatar StickCaveman Yeah You Are 0Reply

Can't play it on my phone, but if I did, probably. But I think I would enjoy my current collection of pokemon games over that one, which isn't even developed by GameFreak/Nintendo, but Niantic, whom made Ingress which Pokemon Go is based off of. If you like Go, go check out Ingress, which came out three years ago.

@StickCaveman What's the goal of Ingress?


Basically the same as Pokemon Go.

The gameplay consists of capturing "portals" at places of cultural significance, such as public art, landmarks, monuments, etc., and linking them to create virtual triangular "control fields" over geographical areas. Progress in the game is measured by the number of "mind units" (MUs) captured via such control fields, i.e. people nominally controlled by each faction (as illustrated on the Intel Map).

The other goal is to go outside and play. :P

nor ever plan on wasting my life on that game

@StickCaveman Rather waste your life on here, right?

i have hardly ever been on here, and have gone month's without using it, spend maybe 5-15 minutes on here when i do come here

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