"It isn't without its flaws, but what's there is engaging, innovative, and most importantly, fun."
Our little series about the last decade's most influential and impactful games continues with a look back a title that changed the way we see the world.
More than three years after its launch we are shown information about how the Canadian military took an interest in Pokémon Go.
If you're still taking to the streets to catch 'em all, then there's plenty to look forward to in the coming weeks.
This lets you interact with your Pokémon using AR+, even letting you take group photos with other users' Pokémon.
The latest Pokémon GO update brings with it a trio of leaders as well as Team GO Rocket boss Giovanni.
You'll recognise these creatures from Pokémon White and Black, and there are even region-specific ones.
All the action this summer has pushed in-game spending, meaning it's approaching $3 billion USD in gross revenue.
The augmented reality title from Niantic Labs is still making history as it cracks another incredible milestone.
Seven famous faces from the Pokémon world will fight it out, alongside one lucky player attending the World Championships.
We'll also be able to get a new outfit for our trainer, and changes are coming to appraisals and Charged Attacks in Trainer Battles too.
It has more player spending in its first three years than Clash Royale and Candy Crush Saga, but not as much as Clash of Clans.
This is the latest in a series of clues that points to Rocket's arriving in Niantic's game, which seems likely.
Pokémon Go trainers won't be able to connect their Apple Watches to the popular "catch them all" app starting next month.
This will take place on June 8 and put a few more Slakoth in the world for you to find, with a new trailer dedicated to the lazy creature.
You can get tickets via a dedicated feature in the app, and a global challenge will be active for all players worldwide.