Nintendo’s shares on the Japanese stock market dropped by 18 percent on Monday, and is dropping as much as six percent on Tuesday, after Nintendo issued a report last Friday.
The production house behind Korea’s hit kid’s show Pororo the Little Penguin recently announced a partnership with a developer to release an augmented reality game called Pororo Go.
But the company has made a puzzling choice about its star character.
Have you ever wished you had just a little more time? Well, you should have been more specific!
Pokémon Go has dominated the news cycle since its release, and surely has many, many development houses scrambling to come up with something similar. But will the wildly popular game fade into obscurity before we know it?
With the augmented reality world of Pokémon Go on its way to the Land of the Rising Sun, here are six things people in Japan should watch out for when the game hits its shores.
Ever wonder why cockroaches are so shiny? Well, let’s put our fears aside and learn a little more about one of the urban human’s greatest foes.
Thanks to Pokémon GO, Hollywood executives are reportedly super-interested (again) in the idea of a live-action Pokémon movie.
Yup, the familiar Disney characters look as cool as ice!
What could be hard about taking a pee in Poland? Where are you likely to see camel racing with robotic jockeys? Answers to these and more below!
Skip the doctor’s office and look deep into your sole.*
The pitifully weak Pokémon has been showing up in some embarrassing places, including one that shows a preference for a rival company’s video games.
This Chinese lipstick is so beautiful in its design that you won’t want to use it on yourself.
If you really want to know if someone’s going to chase you for love, ask if you can take a quick peek at their fingers.
With a little re-branding and a helping “leg” from technology, this wheelchair is ready for the 21st century.
If you’re American then sorry, Kewpie doesn’t think you’re ready for its hard-core naked angel logo like most of Earth is.
Series veteran returns in Street Fighter V as DLC character.
Our reporter P.K. Sanjun can drive them off in droves!
Normally you wouldn’t see a ninja until it’s too late…