Nick Johnson is the first person to announce he has collected every Pokemon in the popular mobile game Pokemon Go. That is, all 142 virtual monsters that users have confirmed seeing in the wild of North America. So now what? Off on an international trip to catch the Pokemon elsewhere in the world – underwritten by an international travel company.Marriott Rewards has offered to sponsor Johnson to go to Europe, Japan and Australia to catch the regionally based Pokemon and finish his collection, he said. A spokesperson for Marriott wasn’t immediately available for comment.
PETALING JAYA: Penang Mufti Wan Salim Wan Mohd Noor has called for Pokemon Go to be declared “haram” (forbidden) with immediate effect. Wan Salim was quoted saying in Sinar Harian that a study by the mufti’s department has shown that the “negatives” of the game, outweighed the “positives.”“Therefore, we hope the National Fatwa Council will ban the game as soon as possible,” he was quoted.
OHHHHHHHHHHH!!!!!!!! GET TO ASIA ALREADY!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!After seeing all the fun the Aussies, Americans and New Zealanders are having with Pokémon Go, I’m sure the wait for its release in Asia is killing us. The wait’s not long now, because it’s coming very soon! Don’t worry about falling behind – like the true crazy fan that I am, I’ve been scouring the good ‘ol ‘Net for tips. Embrace them, fellow trainer, and may we battle one another to become the very best that no one ever was!
Nintendo’s highly-popular augmented-reality game ‘Pokemon GO’ is now officially live on game servers in Japan as the restless gamers in Singapore, India, Malaysia, China and other Asian countries are likely to join the party soon.Pokemon GO fans in Japan can now download the game via iOS App store after the game got postphoned due to a leaked email from McDonald (Japan) regarding the game’s official launch time in the country. The game is now officially available for free download on the iPhone and iPad.