This dude needs to start up some sort of business out of his place, and he definitely needs to call it ‘The Safari Zone.’ If this is all legit and not the deceptive work of decent photoshopping skills, then I’m pretty sure there are plenty of players out there that’d be ready to cruise through his condo.
22-year-old Nathan Wall warned his mother that there wasn’t room for two pokémasters in the house. So, when his 48-year-old mom Sharon asked her son how to get Pokémon GO, Nathan decided to send her on her first Pokémon journey.
Nathan instructed her to bring a coded card to the register of a local Tesco and say ‘I want to be the very best.’
Alexander Steinberg, an 18-year-old aspiring filmmaker managed to put together a video that encourages us all as an audience to take a minute, and ask ourselves, ‘why does Pokémon GO! matter?’
Does it really? Or is there something more meaningful, impactful ‘afoot? Is it the game’s ability to unite strangers that’d otherwise never cross paths? One quote captured in the video sticks out in particular:
“You know my favorite part about this? Number one my brother and I used to play this as kids. He ends up passing away,” CrobinMaxxis said, pointing up. “He’s up there still, still, having a better fuckin’ collection than I do. But all the violence in the world, brutality, all this fucking racism. Look around here. You see this?” he said, gesturing to the crowd. “Not a single one is the same. Everyone is having a good time. This is what the world needs now.”