Pokemon Go bigger than Brexit
Ok, let’s face it. Pokemon Go has made its way to be in everyone’s conversation at some point in the last couple of months, but it is not just the fact that people are talking about it, millions of people are playing it and loving it. I’ve been on the reluctant side of joining in, thinking it’s just another silly game making people waste away their lives by spending more time in front of a screen.
One night I decided to give it a go and find out what was so attractive about it, apart from the fact that everyone was already saying it will make you go out and walk and meet other people. Really? Is the world already at that point that you need a computer game to take you out, exercise and talk to others? This doesn’t sound right or does it? Well, I downloaded the game with such bad luck that the first Pokemon to catch was inside my baby’s bedroom (there’s no way I’ll go inside her room at 8:30pm when she’s finally sleeping) so that was it. That was the end of Pokemon Go for me….it didn’t make me go out, so it was an aborted mission in the first 2 min.