Everyone knows Pokémon GO, the new mobile game by Niantic, has taken the world by storm. This simple game has mobilized the masses, even catching the interest of those who had never played video games before. Something that you might not be aware of is
Everyone loves a hero. They’re benevolent, romantic, have super-human powers, and are beholden to rescue kittens from trees and damsels in distress. They can bench-press eighteen wheelers and usually have amazing hair, i.e. Wonder Woman and Captain America. Big whoop. What about the other guys?
Humans love dividing themselves into “three kinds of people.” You have the ones that make things happen, watch them happen, and wonder what happened. The ones who discuss about people, discuss about events, and discuss about ideas. And now you have Team Instinct, Team Mystic, and Team Valor (why does
I managed to jumble my thoughts on Pokémon GO into a video after an hour and a half of walking around: If you have any questions about the game, please feel free to ask below! I realize I missed a couple of important points and
It is a truth universally acknowledged that today all millennials have been played, teased, and blessed by the gods of Nintendo, Niantic, and the Pokémon Company. July 6th marks the much anticipated (and highly questioned) release of Pokémon GO, and with it my hopes for
Like many people, I enjoy the thrill of being scared. While it might be a bit masochistic, there’s something intensely satisfying about a well-timed jump scare. It makes you want to curl up in the fetal position under your bed, and makes your heart feel