The trailer showcased both the new Pokemon of the game and some new forms for classic characters. It also revealed the new enemy of the Alola region, Team Skull.
Developer Niantic recently put out cease and desist letters to creators of third party Pokemon tracking applications for Pokemon Go. The company says they are working on fixing the game’s tracking issues.
The RoundTable crew is back to talk more about Pokemon Go and some recent developments in the Magic The Gathering buyers market.
While not yet confirmed, numerous reports point to the oncoming reveal of sponsored PokeStops in Pokemon Go.
Pokemon Go dominates act three of this week’s episode. The CommonGeek crew also takes the time to discuss some of the recent Steam survey results and changes coming to Xbox Avatars.
The RoundTable crew is out this week, leaving their fearless leader to man the helm of this week’s short recap episode.
On Thursday the first official sneak peek of what Pokémon GO will look and play like was released in a blog post on developer Niantic’s website. Pokémon GO is the highly anticipated Pokémon smartphone app, previously announced in September. There had not been much new information about the game until…
The Pokémon Company released a new app called Pokémon Photo Booth on Wednesday. The app allows users to apply Pokémon themed filters to their photos and share them. Currently the app is only available on IOS and will be coming to Android “soon.”
This week the RoundTable crew is joined by David Moulton of the Dune Saga Podcast for a discussion on Smash Bros, Pokemon, Betamax, and Star Trek.
This episode of the RoundTable, the crew talks about many interesting topics, but definitely not card games. No sir, that’s not our thing.