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Pokémon GO, much more than a game



After reading in elandroidelibre an article which means Pokémon GO to my good friend Manuel Gutierrez, who by the way I go out every day in search of new Pokémon and a good beer, I decided to write a few lines about what it means the game for me.

How I assume most will feel that you have been born in the 90s, Pokémon marked my childhood. I remember playing in the street and ran back home not to miss a new chapter in the series, or how I could not sleep the night before I went with my father to buy Pokémon Red for my beloved Game Boy.

Similarly, I would like to make special mention of the pogs and Pokémon cards, which incidentally, still keep and keep very safe.

I can not help but have a smile on my face when I remember those days when I grabbed my Game Boy with Pokémon Red, my Cable Link and went outside to play with my friends, a memory that I have much love and thought that he would never to live, but I was wrong.

Pokémon GO is much more than a game for many of us



How most of you, when Nintendo and The Pokémon Company announced Pokémon with this spectacular trailer GO I was totally freaked out. Capturing Pokemon in real life? Where you had to sign for the game to come out that day? He could not want to wait one more second.

It took several months until finally the game was published in the New Zealand App Store, so I did not hesitate to create an account and download it. It was 2 in the morning, and after installing the game, I decided I could not wait the next day to begin my adventure Pokémon (Ash Learn "sleepyhead" Ketchum!).

To be able to see and catch Pokémon using my mobile camera? He was hallucinating, everything I dreamed since childhood I had it in the palm of my hand.

Since then, every day I go out with my friend to go my city in search of new Pokémon to add to my collection and win some Gymnasiums to earn coins to redeem later at the store. Sometimes even we met several friends (Team Wisdom to power), but Manuel never fails me, we are like Ash and Brock touring Kanto.

Wherever we go we always find more people coaches looking Pokémon, which makes me remember those wonderful years when all the kids in my neighborhood were sitting on a bench with a Game Boy and Cable Link in hand, with the only difference we now use our mobile phone and a PowerBank, a must for all self-respecting Pokémon Master.

In short, without hook up more, Niantic has ensured that we were born with Pokémon are living a second childhood, so I can personally only to thank you for making me relive feelings he thought he would never feel.

Thank you for making me relive Niantic some of the best moments of my childhood!
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