It not only looks cool, it’ll help you catch slippery Pokémon too!
Equipped with his very own hands-free Poké-Han device, Nick was able to catch a rare Farfetch’d Pokémon he’d never seen before.
It turns out there are two species to see at the awesome Pokémon event.
Sorry, Pikachu, but the Middle Eastern nation doesn’t choose you.
While athletes go for the gold, what fans want to take home is this exclusive piece of Pokémon Olympic memorabilia.
“Final Fantasy” is one of the longest-running video game series of all time, with roots dating back to 1987.
Sleek cosplay designs look like they could double as modern sportswear.
Forget chocolate and peanut butter, because chocolate and Pokémon are the true ultimate combination.
And no, black isn’t even one of them.
This Japanese player was in for a cruel surprise when they cast their pokéball that day.
Fashionable case will appeal to fans of the occult, anime, and video games.
The Okada Theater was swept away in 2011, but Pokémon GO players are still visiting its location, and learning a little about this tsunami-ravaged city in the process.
Unlike previous methods, this one doesn’t require you to own any special equipment.
Kirito and his fellow virtual reality adventurers to be portrayed by real-world actors.
Best of all, you can fold your own for just a couple of bucks.
With Nintendo’s Classic Mini system filling fans with nostalgic euphoria, Sega couldn’t help cutting in on the action a few weeks later with their own mini system based on the Mega Drive (a.k.a. Genesis), preloaded with games but also allowing other cartridges to be plugged in.
Some Chinese Pokémon Go players have apparently teamed up to conquer the in-game gym located in Tokyo’s infamous Yasukuni Shrine.
”I can’t go on living with my own heart.”
Gyms and PokéStops found near sites including monument to children who died in the atomic blast and from related sickness.
Pikachu, Meowth, and more are living right in Mickey’s backyard.