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Pokemon GO Prohibited - Free Zones

Discussion in 'Nintendo Gaming News' started by GaryOPA, Jul 22, 2016.

By GaryOPA on Jul 22, 2016 at 9:25 PM
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    GaryOPA Master Phoenix Admin Staff Member Top-Dog Brass

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    Just like GUN FREE Zones, now we can eat our meal in peace with No Pokemon Playing Here Please Signs!

    Pokemon GO has become a world-wide hit overnight, and as such normal public places like shopping malls, parks, restaurants have been overrun with thousands of players rushing thru them trying to catch the Pokemon Monsters that only they can see.


    In less than a week, Nintendo has turned the world upside-down and inside-out and made the idea of AR, a real thing with millions and millions of players around the world, running around chasing their Pokemon, and in the progress they have wrecked cars by walking in front of them without looking, driven crazy down the street as they try to drive and play, and even stormed private homes, police stations and invaded shopping malls and restaurants worse than even the biggest flash mob that was ever arranged.

    By now, thanks to very clever person on the 'net, he has decided to cash in on the new fad, by producing nice clear Pokemon GO Prohibited Stickers, which you can simply purchase online, and install them on your front door, or other place of business to make it clear to the public that this place is from now on a Pokemon Go FREE Zone, which will be boom to your normal business knowing that they can now shop in peace or eat their meal quietly without someone stomping over their table chasing something only they can see.

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    So what do you think about all this craze that been taking the world by a storm, even right now Nintendo is worth more than Sony, thanks to Pokemon GO, their stock has gone up over $42 Billion in value, but recently because its so popular, its already starting to crash, due to overloaded servers, its become harder to find a stable server than to catch a rare Pokemon, forcing Nintendo to delay their launch in Japan, and investors are now starting to worry that this just might be a short lived bit of summer fun to fade away soon.

    NEWS SOURCE: Pokemon GO Prohibited Stickers (via) eBay
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Discussion in 'Nintendo Gaming News' started by GaryOPA, Jul 22, 2016.

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