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Pokemon Go

By , Defiance , OH

I disagree with his facts because I feel they are wrong. I used to see many people walking around Defiance (my town) playing the game, and after a month I didn’t anymore. He says “no signs of slowing down,” but I feel that there are signs. He also states “no expensive gear is required.” What about the phones or technology needed? Those aren’t cheap. New iPhones and Android phones are going for as much as $400. I can’t afford that by myself. I do agree that AR could become bigger in the future. “Pokémon Go” was very popular for a while, so I could see better games become a lock to have in the near future. It was well written grammatically, but I just don’t see the facts adding up.




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