Pokemon GO! is Coming for Android and iOS Soon


Pokemon hunters rejoice. If you were at SXSW then you may have heard some rumors about a video surfacing of the Pokemon GO! app live being played in a demo. Well it’s true. John Hanke who is CEO of Pokémon Go developers Niantic was having talks about AR (Augmented Reality) at SXSW and then suddenly this video of what could possibly be the actual game surfaced online coincidentally.

There is no official confirmation about whether or not Mr.Hanke himself introduced this video nor are there any transcripts of the talk itself but what we do know for certain is that Pokemon GO! is coming. If you are a Pokemon fan then this is great news. Let’s think about it. Who wouldn’t want to catch Pokemon in real places and face off against other trainers basically anywhere you run into them whether it be on the street or in the park or on the bus or in a restaurant by just pulling out your phone and opening up the app. Sounds cool as ever.

Just in case you forgot what the premise of Pokemon GO! is and the hype surrounding it then you should check the trailer below and find out. We’ll keep you posted as more news develops about this great game.

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Mike Bitter is a born gadget head and true lover of technology. It all started with computer classes at age 10 and his first PC the Tandy 1000. From then on he found his love and he became a gamer and a PC builder and has not stopped since. He specializes in hardware, troubleshooting and custom PC building. He’s known as the “fixer” amongst his friends whenever there is a problem with a PC or a Mac. He’s also fully immersed in all things that pertain to the world of computers and gaming. He's an 80's baby and he grew up watching technology evolve from the NES to PS4 and from the Commodore 64 to the iMac. He has a unique and minimalist perspective on technology and is here to help the average person to understand technology today.