In many ways, Jonathan Watson is like other 11-year-olds. He does his homework, dreams of becoming a doctor and plays video games when he can. Depending on the day, his favorite is either Minecraft or.. engadget Also reported by •TUAW
Ever wondered what Pokemon would look like if they existed in real life?
Not exactly cute and cuddly, if these pictures are anything to go by.
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It is a heartwarming story of overcoming adversity and rising above religion.
A 29-year-old Muslim man hailing from the once riot-stricken Indian city of Ahmedabad, now has an idol crafted by him.. Mashable
A group of artists celebrated some of the biggest Oscar-nominated movies by reimagining them in different film, TV, video game and comic book universes.
Imgur user Diablien uploaded a collection of.. Mashable
What do you get when you mix the colorful cast of Overwatch with the beloved universe of Pokémon? The best crossover ever.
Artist Miles Hansen created Watchemon, a delightfully detailed reimagining.. Mashable
It finally happened: more than 80 new monsters have been added to Pokémon Go in the app's latest update. They’re wandering the world map in droves, breathing new life into a game that has gradually.. Macworld
There are more than 200 Pokémon in Pokémon Go. The game now contains the entire first run of Pokémon, which originally debuted in the mid-'90s, along with around 100 creatures from its.. Business Insider
The summer of 2016 was the summer of Pokémon Go. Everywhere you went, you could see people playing the popular augmented-reality mobile game. But our love affair with it was short-lived. By the time.. The Next Web
"Pokémon Go" just got a lot bigger this week, by about 80 Pokémon or so!
That's huge — like, Snorlax-huge — considering that the game started with only 142 of the original 151 Pokémon, the.. Business Insider
Pokémon Go players have found themselves wandering all over the world in search of resources, new Pokémon and battles with or against friends. But not everyone is happy to see the uptick in wandering.. Mashable