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Pokemon GO permanent ban : new soft rules and reasons why

Pokemon GO permanent ban : new soft rules and reasons why

Am I banned from Pokemon GO? It's a question many gamers that've been playing in ways not quite "on the level" have been asking lately. Niantic has begun taking grander measures to destroy attempts to bypass their listed intentions with the game - especially those that include not actually playing the game on foot. Users that move around the Pokemon GO universe without moving their feet are subject to ban. Niantic is finding new and more innovative ways to find these people out before they move on to new techniques themselves. We've worked with several developers to find a variety of reasons why a person might be banned, how they'll have been detected, and what their punishment will end up being.

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Pokemon GO Reddit cheats, IV calculators, and egg chart news

Pokemon GO Reddit cheats, IV calculators, and egg chart news

This morning we're running down the current still-active Pokemon GO cheats, maps, IV calculators, and everything in-between. Before we go any further, it's important to point out that we're not encouraging anyone - especially legit Pokemon GO gamers - to go out and use these cheats, hacks, and/or guide points for the game. We're reporting their existence so that everyone knows that they exist - and that it's inevitable that gamers around the world are making use of them.

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Pokemon Snap lands on Wii U Virtual Console in Europe this week

Pokemon Snap lands on Wii U Virtual Console in Europe this week

If Pokemon GO or all of this news about Pokemon Sun and Moon has you feeling a little bit nostalgic, then here's a bit of good news: Pokemon Snap will be launching on the Wii U Virtual Console in Europe later this week. As announced by Nintendo of Europe on Twitter, Pokemon Snap will be arriving on Thursday, August 18, though details on pricing are still nowhere to be seen.

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Pokemon GO’s Combat Power ranking revealed

Pokemon GO’s Combat Power ranking revealed

Although battling doesn't have the same key role in Pokemon GO as it does in the game or the TV series (at least not yet), a Pokemon's Combat Power or CP is still an important metric in choosing which Pokemon to keep or ignore, especially when you're intent on duking it out in gyms. But if you've ever wondered how high your Pokemon can go, GamePress has a nifty list that ranks all 150 species according to their CP. Unsurprisingly, the ones with highest CP points are the Pokemon you can't yet catch.

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Pokemon Uranium removed to “respect” Nintendo’s wishes

Pokemon Uranium removed to “respect” Nintendo’s wishes

Pokemon is one of the most known, beloved, and perhaps even reviled gaming franchises, so it's not really surprising that it has no small amount of clones, unofficial spinoffs, and even pirated copies of the game. While a good number of those have no qualms operating under shady legal, sometimes even illegal grounds, the creators of Pokemon Uranium, one of hottest new "clones" to have suddenly popped up, aren't so comfortable about it. As such, they have taken down the game, which has garnered more than 1.5 million downloads already, after working on it for nine long years.

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Even iOS’s Siri is in on the Pokemon Go trend

Even iOS’s Siri is in on the Pokemon Go trend

While not quite everyone in the world has access to access to play Pokemon Go just yet, it's still quickly become one of the most downloaded apps of all time on iOS, and continues to rake in the money from purchases. There's no doubt it's the game of summer, and maybe even of 2016. It makes sense then that Siri, Apple's virtual assistant on iOS, even has knowledge of Pokemon Go, as it's been discovered that it will make a number of humorous responses when asked about the game.

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Pokemon GO IV calculator: three PokeAdvisor alternatives

Pokemon GO IV calculator: three PokeAdvisor alternatives

Niantic has done it again, shutting down another widely used Pokemon GO tool and leaving players scrambling for alternatives. This time, the tool that managed to find its way into Niantic's crosshairs was PokeAdvisor, which players used to track a multitude of things, from the number of Pokeballs they've thrown and their overall catch rate to the total number of Pokemon encounters and even an IV calculator to help trainers gauge the overall power of their Pokemon.

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Pokemon GO permanent ban storm is coming: How to appeal

Pokemon GO permanent ban storm is coming: How to appeal

Pokemon GO gamers resorting to bots to play for them and artificial ways of boosting their harem could face an imminent permanent ban, with Niantic Labs seemingly ramping up for retaliation against cheaters. Reports of threats of legal action against bot developers have already prompted projects to shut down the technology some players used to game the system.

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Fan-made Pokemon Uranium is here, but it may not be around for long

Fan-made Pokemon Uranium is here, but it may not be around for long

We've still got a little while to wait before Pokemon Sun and Moon arrive for the 3DS, but if you're itching to go on a new Pokemon adventure, a new fan-made game might be just what you're looking for. Pokemon Uranium has finally launched on PC after spending a whopping nine years in development, but you may want to grab it quickly, because it might not be around for long.

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Pokemon Sun and Moon: new Pokemon and Team Skull revealed

Pokemon Sun and Moon: new Pokemon and Team Skull revealed

It's time for another Pokemon Sun and Moon trailer, and this one is just as jammed packed with new information as the trailers that preceded it. This has the new Pokemon reveals that we've all come to expect from these trailers, but it's also showing us a handful of new Alola variants and revealing the evil organization players will have to defeat in their quest to become a Pokemon Master: Team Skull.

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Pokemon GO iOSEmus and other Pokevision alternatives

Pokemon GO iOSEmus and other Pokevision alternatives

Developers have created another batch of Pokemon GO maps and scanners to locate Pokemon in the wild on a grand scale. SlashGear does not condone the use of these or other programs which may go against Niantic's Terms of Service for Pokemon GO - we seek only to inform the public of their existence. This software is actively being used - a lot - and those Pokemon GO users that are spending massive amounts of time (and sometimes money) on the game deserve to be aware of what their friends (and adversaries) are making use of around them.

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Pokemon Uranium is a fan-made game that looks official

Pokemon Uranium is a fan-made game that looks official

There have been hoards of Pokemon games made over the years and some of them are very hard to find today if you want to play them. Some fans got together several years back and decided to make their own Pokemon game and dubbed it Pokemon Uranium. To say the project was ambitious would be an understatement.

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