Japanese Pokemon Go players gather in droves for MewTwo

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With Japan finally getting Pokemon Go, the Japanese people were quick to go out in droves to parks and other public locations to become “the very best.” And many went to a “Holy Land of Pokemon” due to its fountain area being shaped like a pokeball. There was a rumor that the elusive MewTwo would be at the park, but unfortunately, that was all it was; a rumor.


And like many parks that have had Pokemon Go released in their country, they have seen a rise in foot traffic. Shinjuku Gyoen National Garden has been dubbed “Pikachu Forest” by RocketNew24, due to its high rate of captured Pikachu.

I’m glad to see this game is being enjoyed by lots of folks, as well as seeing a much more stable server so everyone can play. And even though that rumor of a legendary bird to be released in Hall H during SDCC turned out to be false, it was great to hear fresh and exciting news from the people who are in control of the game. Well, at least from one person. The others were probably working hard to keep the game running smoothly.

Via RocketNews24

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