Pokémon Go, a mobile game jointly produced by The Pokémon Company, Nintendo, and Niantic, will be launching later this summer for iOS and Android. Recently, WIRED visited Niantic’s office to get a demo of how the augmented-reality game will let players capture monsters in their own neighborhoods, and battle them at landmarks around their cities and towns. In the 20 years since the release of the original Pokémon games, what kid hasn’t dreamed about going off and having their own IRL Pokémon adventure? Go is about as close as they’re likely to get.
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Pokémon Go, a mobile game jointly produced by The Pokémon Company, Nintendo, and Niantic, will be launching later this summer for iOS and Android. Recently, WIRED visited Niantic’s office to get a demo of how the augmented-reality game will let players capture monsters in their own neighborhoods, and battle them at landmarks around their cities and towns. In the 20 years since the release of the original Pokémon games, what kid hasn’t dreamed about going off and having their own IRL Pokémon adventure? Go is about as close as they’re likely to get.
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Pokémon Go, a mobile game jointly produced by The Pokémon Company, Nintendo, and Niantic, will be launching later this summer for iOS and Android. Recently, WIRED visited Niantic’s office to get a demo of how the augmented-reality game will let players capture monsters in their own neighborhoods, and battle them at landmarks around their cities and towns. In the 20 years since the release of the original Pokémon games, what kid hasn’t dreamed about going off and having their own IRL Pokémon adventure? Go is about as close as they’re likely to get.
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Pokémon Go, a mobile game jointly produced by The Pokémon Company, Nintendo, and Niantic, will be launching later this summer for iOS and Android. Recently, WIRED visited Niantic’s office to get a demo of how the augmented-reality game will let players capture monsters in their own neighborhoods, and battle them at landmarks around their cities and towns. In the 20 years since the release of the original Pokémon games, what kid hasn’t dreamed about going off and having their own IRL Pokémon adventure? Go is about as close as they’re likely to get.
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Pokémon Go, a mobile game jointly produced by The Pokémon Company, Nintendo, and Niantic, will be launching later this summer for iOS and Android. Recently, WIRED visited Niantic’s office to get a demo of how the augmented-reality game will let players capture monsters in their own neighborhoods, and battle them at landmarks around their cities and towns. In the 20 years since the release of the original Pokémon games, what kid hasn’t dreamed about going off and having their own IRL Pokémon adventure? Go is about as close as they’re likely to get.
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Pokémon Go, a mobile game jointly produced by The Pokémon Company, Nintendo, and Niantic, will be launching later this summer for iOS and Android. Recently, WIRED visited Niantic’s office to get a demo of how the augmented-reality game will let players capture monsters in their own neighborhoods, and battle them at landmarks around their cities and towns. In the 20 years since the release of the original Pokémon games, what kid hasn’t dreamed about going off and having their own IRL Pokémon adventure? Go is about as close as they’re likely to get.
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Pokémon Go, a mobile game jointly produced by The Pokémon Company, Nintendo, and Niantic, will be launching later this summer for iOS and Android. Recently, WIRED visited Niantic’s office to get a demo of how the augmented-reality game will let players capture monsters in their own neighborhoods, and battle them at landmarks around their cities and towns. In the 20 years since the release of the original Pokémon games, what kid hasn’t dreamed about going off and having their own IRL Pokémon adventure? Go is about as close as they’re likely to get.
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Pokémon Go, a mobile game jointly produced by The Pokémon Company, Nintendo, and Niantic, will be launching later this summer for iOS and Android. Recently, WIRED visited Niantic’s office to get a demo of how the augmented-reality game will let players capture monsters in their own neighborhoods, and battle them at landmarks around their cities and towns. In the 20 years since the release of the original Pokémon games, what kid hasn’t dreamed about going off and having their own IRL Pokémon adventure? Go is about as close as they’re likely to get.
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Pokémon Go, a mobile game jointly produced by The Pokémon Company, Nintendo, and Niantic, will be launching later this summer for iOS and Android. Recently, WIRED visited Niantic’s office to get a demo of how the augmented-reality game will let players capture monsters in their own neighborhoods, and battle them at landmarks around their cities and towns. In the 20 years since the release of the original Pokémon games, what kid hasn’t dreamed about going off and having their own IRL Pokémon adventure? Go is about as close as they’re likely to get.
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Pokémon Go, a mobile game jointly produced by The Pokémon Company, Nintendo, and Niantic, will be launching later this summer for iOS and Android. Recently, WIRED visited Niantic’s office to get a demo of how the augmented-reality game will let players capture monsters in their own neighborhoods, and battle them at landmarks around their cities and towns. In the 20 years since the release of the original Pokémon games, what kid hasn’t dreamed about going off and having their own IRL Pokémon adventure? Go is about as close as they’re likely to get.
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Pokémon Go, a mobile game jointly produced by The Pokémon Company, Nintendo, and Niantic, will be launching later this summer for iOS and Android. Recently, WIRED visited Niantic’s office to get a demo of how the augmented-reality game will let players capture monsters in their own neighborhoods, and battle them at landmarks around their cities and towns. In the 20 years since the release of the original Pokémon games, what kid hasn’t dreamed about going off and having their own IRL Pokémon adventure? Go is about as close as they’re likely to get.
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Pokémon Go, a mobile game jointly produced by The Pokémon Company, Nintendo, and Niantic, will be launching later this summer for iOS and Android. Recently, WIRED visited Niantic’s office to get a demo of how the augmented-reality game will let players capture monsters in their own neighborhoods, and battle them at landmarks around their cities and towns. In the 20 years since the release of the original Pokémon games, what kid hasn’t dreamed about going off and having their own IRL Pokémon adventure? Go is about as close as they’re likely to get.
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Pokémon Go, a mobile game jointly produced by The Pokémon Company, Nintendo, and Niantic, will be launching later this summer for iOS and Android. Recently, WIRED visited Niantic’s office to get a demo of how the augmented-reality game will let players capture monsters in their own neighborhoods, and battle them at landmarks around their cities and towns. In the 20 years since the release of the original Pokémon games, what kid hasn’t dreamed about going off and having their own IRL Pokémon adventure? Go is about as close as they’re likely to get.
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Pokémon Go, a mobile game jointly produced by The Pokémon Company, Nintendo, and Niantic, will be launching later this summer for iOS and Android. Recently, WIRED visited Niantic’s office to get a demo of how the augmented-reality game will let players capture monsters in their own neighborhoods, and battle them at landmarks around their cities and towns. In the 20 years since the release of the original Pokémon games, what kid hasn’t dreamed about going off and having their own IRL Pokémon adventure? Go is about as close as they’re likely to get.
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Pokémon Go, a mobile game jointly produced by The Pokémon Company, Nintendo, and Niantic, will be launching later this summer for iOS and Android. Recently, WIRED visited Niantic’s office to get a demo of how the augmented-reality game will let players capture monsters in their own neighborhoods, and battle them at landmarks around their cities and towns. In the 20 years since the release of the original Pokémon games, what kid hasn’t dreamed about going off and having their own IRL Pokémon adventure? Go is about as close as they’re likely to get.
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Pokémon Go, a mobile game jointly produced by The Pokémon Company, Nintendo, and Niantic, will be launching later this summer for iOS and Android. Recently, WIRED visited Niantic’s office to get a demo of how the augmented-reality game will let players capture monsters in their own neighborhoods, and battle them at landmarks around their cities and towns. In the 20 years since the release of the original Pokémon games, what kid hasn’t dreamed about going off and having their own IRL Pokémon adventure? Go is about as close as they’re likely to get.
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Pokémon Go, a mobile game jointly produced by The Pokémon Company, Nintendo, and Niantic, will be launching later this summer for iOS and Android. Recently, WIRED visited Niantic’s office to get a demo of how the augmented-reality game will let players capture monsters in their own neighborhoods, and battle them at landmarks around their cities and towns. In the 20 years since the release of the original Pokémon games, what kid hasn’t dreamed about going off and having their own IRL Pokémon adventure? Go is about as close as they’re likely to get.
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Pokémon Go, a mobile game jointly produced by The Pokémon Company, Nintendo, and Niantic, will be launching later this summer for iOS and Android. Recently, WIRED visited Niantic’s office to get a demo of how the augmented-reality game will let players capture monsters in their own neighborhoods, and battle them at landmarks around their cities and towns. In the 20 years since the release of the original Pokémon games, what kid hasn’t dreamed about going off and having their own IRL Pokémon adventure? Go is about as close as they’re likely to get.
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