the action pixel
pokemon go device. the action pixel. @theactionpixel. nintendo

Pokémon GO trailer brings the critters to the real world

Now you can really catch ’em all.
Dulani Wilson 11th September, 2015 Gaming
shareShare on FacebookShare on TumblrShare on Google+Tweet about this on TwitterShare on LinkedIn

pokemon go device. the action pixel. @theactionpixel. nintendoIn a game that seems to have the possibilities to have you venturing boastfully into bad neighbourhoods (and that’s just the hipster coffee shop territories), Pokémon has gotten super NSA creepy creative with their latest franchise offering set to connect players on a realtime, global scale.

pokemon go device. the action pixel. @theactionpixel. nintendoA small device called a Pokémon GO Plus will also enable Pokémon GO players to play the game even when they’re not on their smartphone. The device connects to the smartphone via Bluetooth and notifies the player about events in the game—such as the appearance of a Pokémon nearby—using an LED and vibration. In addition, players can catch Pokémon or perform other simple actions by pressing the button on the device.
Description reads:

Get ready for an all-new Pokémon experience! Pokémon GO opens a universe of Pokémon to find, catch, trade, and battle on your iPhone or Android device! With Pokémon GO, you’ll discover Pokémon in a whole new world—your own! Pokémon GO will use real location information to allow players to experience catching, trading, and battling Pokémon

See Pokémon GO trailer in the player below:

 

Pokémon GO comes to iPhone and Android devices in 2016

“We love the concept, which of course leads us to forcibly remind ourselves that this is Pokémon. There are no projected animal fights or you tapping into jumbotron screens or everyone coming together to get the rare Mewto. What will the visuals be like? Being a mobile game, undoubtedly simple. And of course there is the whole information thing too, how much data gets beamed around? And if Google is involved, which they are, how much of our info do they get? Or are we just paranoid nuts? Let us know your thoughts in the comment section below”

 

shareShare on FacebookShare on TumblrShare on Google+Tweet about this on TwitterShare on LinkedIn