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Why 'Pokemon Go' Is The Perfect Move For Nintendo

Forbes: We’re getting a new Pokemon game. It’s not on a Nintendo handheld, it has no overworld, and it’s going to look nothing like any Pokemon game you’ve seen before. The idea of Nintendo putting its energy into a mobile spinoff of one of its most beloved franchises might be necessarily concerning to longtime fans: when does this ever work out, after all? But I’ve become unreasonably excited about Pokemon Go, and I think it shows more creativity than I’ve seen from Nintendo’s core franchises in years. It might not reinvent the company, but it’s indicative of an energy that’s very encouraging.

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