Pokemon Go : Problems When Legendaries Arrive

Pokemon new update for sure excited many young players and brought old players back and made them run around.Pokemon go recently introduced Pikachu wearing Ash’s Hat as a part of one year anniversary.

Seow, like Ke, has already collected ’em all, barring region-locked ones, but he did manage to catch a Farfetch’d while holidaying in Taiwan. While he’s yet to hit max level, he’s already at level 37 since starting last September.”I like Marina Bay Sands because it’s a safe place to play. There’s air-conditioning if you have to walk to the other end, and you don’t have to worry about getting knocked down by a car if you’re not paying attention,” says Seow.

While retiree Anthony Seow isn’t as highly leveled or as dedicated as Ke when it comes to Pokemon Go, the game still beats “seating around the house doing nothing.”The 61-year old, who plays about two hours a day, hangs out with his friends at Singapore’s iconic Marina Bay Sands, a place that used to be filled with Pokemon hunters. These days, Seow tells me most of the group are now chasing after tier-four gym battles, though it’s not a priority for him.

Seow also adds that the game is good exercise. He knows of a regular who used to come with his daughter (who’s since stopped playing) who had heart issues and could barely walk without pain. After a year of Pokemon Go, though, that regular now has a clean bill of health, he says.His most powerful Pokemon is Tyranitar and he’s member of Team Mystic.

Sir Seow is just one example of the amazing young heart player. 65-year old Steve Ashie, who lives in Overland Park, Kansas and had started playing again last December. He originally stopped playing when he chose the wrong team, but picked up the game again when his wife suggested that it’d be great for exercise.

“I picked a different team than the rest of the family… I chose Valor, they were Mystic. Of course, going out together to take gyms didn’t work out due to that, and so I gave it up after 2 or 3 weeks,” says Ashie, a semi-retired Oracle database admin.

Currently at level 33, he plays about 2 hours each day, and once walked 8 miles while playing the game. Ashie loves the new update, saying it gives his family a chance to meet people that they’d been fighting previously over gyms.

That said, there’s one thing he’s not a fan of.”The new gym setup is weak and really does not give much incentive to defend gyms anymore. You just want to stay in them for eight hours and twenty minutes to get your daily coin limit,” says Ashie. “I’m hoping Niantic ‘fixes’ this part of the update.  But overall I like it.”

Ashie says playing Pokemon Go has kept him fit, and that he’s lost weight as well. His routine consists of walking around the local park for 30 to 40 minutes, where there are several Pokestops and three gyms. While he hasn’t quite caught ’em all, he’s basically just one short needing just eight candies to evolve a Cubone to a Marowak to finish his collection (apart from the tricky region-locked ones, of course).His Favorite Pokemon: Snorlax and is member of Team Mystic.



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