A Return to Pokémon Go

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When any meaningful updates seemed a long way away several months back, we kind of gave up on Pokémon Go. Our area simply offered too little of interest to keep playing and there wasn’t really any motivation other than the Pokémon you could catch and when we caught what was available, there was no real reason to continue. We weren’t having fun anymore.

Now, the second generation has been added as well as some daily rewards. Around the time of the previous global event, which massively increased the spawn rates of water-type Pokémon, we decided to give the game another shot.

So, having played the game fairly consistently for some time, what do we think?

Meh sums it up quite nicely.


Pokemon GO Review

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As you might have heard, the European release of Pokémon GO has been delayed until further notice due to issues with Niantec’s servers. The game’s popularity has caused incredible strain, causing them to frequently stall or crash.

Of course it is already available in Australia, New Zealand and America and will remain functional while Niantec tries to fix the problem. European players with an android device can get a head start by downloading the Application’s file here.

We did this and we’ve had a lot of fun with the game over the past few days. It’s a good excuse to go out and explore and it’s fun to actually be the one roaming around looking for Pokémon personally for once.


Pokemon Go In App Stores!

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The App is currently available on both the Apple and Android App stores in America. Us Europeans will have to “Please wait a while”, according to the Pokemon Company. That is, sadly, the extent of the information provided about a European release. A launch trailer has been released as well, which you can find in the article below.

As of today, Pokémon Go is available on the Apple App store and Google play store!…In certain regions, that is.


Call of Champions Review

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Vainglory showed us that MOBA games for mobile devices can actually work quite well, so we were quite excited when we saw Call of Champions in the App store. New champions to try out in a new environment with new rules did not sound like a bad idea to us, and the concept of 5 minutes matches seemed fun.

Besides, we’ve been getting fairly good with Vainglory, so a MOBA that claims it targets more competitive players might be nice.

Too bad it’s a rather dull game that relies on you paying to win.