Pokémon Go Launched a few days back- provisionally, at least- in a few parts of the world, and the game/app has taken the world by storm. The popularity of the game has spread like wildfire, and with such a large following, people were bound to point out the game’s flaws- of which it has a few.
That’s not to say Pokémon Go has had a bad launch- no, not at all. Even in its beta stages the app is showing us its incredible potential that will eventually be realized within the coming months. But for it to do that, it needs to address some of its bigger flaws. Here are eleven of them.
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I read somewhere recently that Pokémon Go’suser count will exceed that of Twitter soon, so the fact that the game’s servers are facing problems is really not that much of a surprise, but man is it a drag when it happens- and it seems to happen quite frequently. Given that sometimes these server issues punish the player (for instance, a gym battle win not registering or a rare Pokémon not being registered when caught, to say nothing of the times that you can’t even log in) they are actively interfering with our enjoyment of the game.