With a charged cellphone in hand, a reporter joins San Francisco’s first large planned Pokémon Go event. Advertisements
This week, Central Park earned a new distinction on the city’s grid: It became the go-to hunting ground for swarms of people playing Pokémon Go.
Nearly two decades ago, the video game company released a forerunner to today’s game that foreshadowed much of mobile gaming. Then it lost its lead.
The game gets kids off the couch, but do our usual screen time limits apply?
The smartphone game sends people into the streets to capture exotic virtual monsters, and it has soared to the top of the download charts.